Canberra Institute of Technology
Canberra Institute of Technology has an impressive 90 year history providing technical and further education in the ACT and surrounding area. Today, it trains around 20,000 students each year, touching more lives post- secondary school than any other tertiary education institution in the ACT. Offering apprenticeships and certificate level training through to diplomas, bachelor degrees and graduate certificates, it offers the full gamut of the tertiary experience and can help you identify a training pathway to help you reach your goals, whether you are new to study or already hold qualifications.
Canberra Institute of Technology offers a variety of courses to international students from Certificate to Bachelor Degree level qualifications. The institution’s courses are industry focused and well-regarded in business and the community. CIT’s staff are industry professionals, with students benefiting from their expertise, support and personal attention. The first international student began at Canberra Institute of Technology in 1988. Since then the international student population has grown substantially to approximately 1,500 students. It prides itself on offering an exciting and diverse multicultural environment with international students representing more than 86 different countries.
Canberra Institute of Technology has five conveniently located campuses across Canberra, with world-class facilities including industry-standard simulated training environments, libraries and information technology resources, plus new sporting and recreational centres. Courses are delivered to international students at two of the Institute’s beautiful leafy locations, Reid and Bruce. The remaining campuses provide study facilities available for international student use.
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