Provided free to all students
All application forms
We keep all relevant forms for students and trainers in this location.
Updating of students’ record:
- Changes to personal details i.e. status, names etc
- Changes to contact details i.e. address, email, telephone etc
- Attendance Certificate
- Academic Transcript
- Student Card
- Overseas Student’s Health Cover (OSHC)
- Printing credits and photocopy cards
- Issuance of Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE)
- Homestay placement
- Airport pick-up
- Assist in students’ enrolment and re-enrolment for the new Term
- Counselling of students on their studies
Applying for a Student Visa
Prospective International students intending to study in Australia must obtain a student visa from an Australian Diplomatic mission in their home country before embarking for Australia. There are regulations that must be met before a student visa is issued and these vary from country to country. Information about visa regulations is available on the website http://www.immi.gov.au/ students/
Important Information for International Students
Courses delivered/offered by Sydney College of Business and Information Technology (SCBIT) for overseas students are full time study work load. These courses are not delivered part-time or by distance education. The minimum amount of full-time study shall be 20 contact hours per week for SCBIT programs, taken as an average for each term while the course is in session. For SCBIT programs, the number of weeks of study in an Academic year is 40 weeks per year (8 terms of 5 weeks each). The duration of each course has been determined on the basis of the normal amount of full time study required to complete the course. All the courses delivered by SCBIT do not have any requirement of work-based training. Before lodging your enrolment application you should consider whether you would have enough money to cover: Living expenses, Air fares, Course tuition fees, Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and all general expenses including books and other items required during your stay in Australia.
Cost of living
In addition to paying the full cost of their courses, students must meet all their own travel and living expenses. A single person studying in Australia will need a minimum of AU$19,830 each year in addition to the tuition fees to cover their living and other expenses. This amount also depends on the kind of accommodation a student chooses. For a married person with a dependent spouse, he/she will need another AU$6,940 each year. If there are children, the living expenses needed will be approximately AU$2,700 for each child.
For more information please visit https://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/global/live-in-australia/living-costs