Join Team MIT and get the support you need to get a degree. At MIT, we will give you the extra support you may not find at larger universities, so you will find it easier to get the degree you need.
Our class sizes are smaller than traditional universities. It means you will get more individual attention. More staff per student means you get more access to academics, so you can really understand what you are learning.
With campuses in the heart of Melbourne and Sydney, our Melbourne campus is situated among shops, restaurants and entertainment outlets as well as easy access to public transport, providing you with the perfect balance between study, work and play.
The campus has excellent teaching and learning facilities, including modern computer labs, Networking and Telecommunications labs, wireless internet, comprehensive library with the latest electronic information services, career advisory service, study support and counselling.
At MIT, we give you the extra support you may not find at larger institutions, so you will find it easier to get the degree you need. We will inspire you to achieve your potential with a range of support services including one-on-one support from lecturers and tutors, communication skills workshops and mentoring..
At MIT, we offer a range of career development services to help you with your career aspirations. We believe taking a proactive approach to the planning of your career path is the best strategy to be successful in gaining employment. Our aim is to support our students with their career aspirations and development by offering a holistic service aimed at different stages of the student lifecycle. Find out more about our career development initiative.
FEE-HELP provides a loan to eligible fee-paying students for part or all of their tuition fees for units of study undertaken with a body which is approved as a higher education provider under Higher Education Support Act 2003 (HESA). Melbourne Institute of Technology was approved as a Higher Education Provider (HEP) on 11th May 2006.
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If you are seeking credit transfer for the same or similar unit/s previously completed at a different institute, you must submit the following supporting documents with your credit application:
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