Are you thinking of upskilling your skills to get that sought-after position at work?
Would you like to improve your employability and get that dream job?
At MIT, you can study our specialist degrees with Work-Integrated-Learning (WIL) online for the July intake and then study on-campus later. You will also be able to access blended learning for the rest of your degree.
With our range of programs in Business, Accounting, Data Analytics, Digital Marketing, Management, Marketing, Networking, Cyber Security, Software Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering and Free Priority Online Short Courses - you will find your right course at MIT.
The future of learning is here. Apply now, and start this July.
With our trimester system you can start anytime, and finish your course faster by fast-tracking your course so you can get into your dream career earlier.
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You will attend lectures and tutorials virtually via Zoom which will be recorded so you can review your lecture notes later on during your own time. This also means you won’t always need to attend live lectures if you’re unable to – giving you the flexibility that on-campus studies wouldn’t!
You’ll access course materials – including lectures in real-time or recorded, and reading material through Moodle - your personalised online learning portal, where the classroom comes to you. Moodle is also where you’ll:
With the Online Campus, the world is at your fingertips. You’ll study the same course content, hear from the same world-class teachers and access the same support services as MIT’s on-campus students.
Whether you study online or on-campus, you’ll learn from those same experts. You can contact your course coordinator if you have any questions or worries – they’re accessible by email or virtual appointments. They’ll keep you informed with news and updates through Moodle and you’ll also interact with them on your unit’s discussion boards.
All the courses at MIT have either an industry-based project and/or an Internship Placement embedded within the curriculum. You are responsible for sourcing your own projects from industry, but MIT will also help you in the sourcing of projects.
A number of Professional Development (PD) sessions are provided online to you to help source and execute the industry-based projects and internship placement.
Client meetings, training workshops, and tutorials are all conducted using ZOOM/Skype and Moodle tools. Final project presentations are also completed using ZOOM recorded clips and/or live presentations.
If you are required to undertake the Internship Placement as part of your degree, it will be as per normal - working in a company for 8 -12 weeks.
Youth Allowance, Austudy and ABSTUDY
If you’re a full-time student and an Australian citizen, permanent resident, New Zealand Special Category visa holder or humanitarian visa holder, you could access any of these payments ASAP. And right now, these come with an additional $250 fortnightly ‘coronavirus supplement’. Centrelink also offers other help for things like rent and living costs.
A great thing about this country is that education costs are not up-front, and only requires you to pay it back through the tax system after you start earning a certain amount of salary. FEE-HELP loans do just that and all degrees at MIT are FEE-HELP approved.
MIT is proud to offer partial scholarships to all undergraduate Business & IT students who are eligible for entry into the course and start their degree in 2020 or 2021. The scholarships range from between $1500 - $1700 per semester for the duration of your degree, which means you will be saving $9000 to $10,200 for the whole degree.
Fast-track your studies
We put the flex in flexible. If you can’t wait to finish your degree so you can start climbing the corporate ladder, you can ramp things up by studying 3 terms a year instead of the usual 2 terms. This means March, July and November terms.
On the flipside, if life suddenly gets hectic, you can cut back on units and study part-time instead.
Lower commitment postgraduate options
We realise a full master degree can be daunting. That’s why you have the option to study a single unit to test the waters out or take up a Graduate Diploma (1 year). Better yet, if you’ve completed a Bachelor degree in a similar area to the Graduate Diploma you want, you could get up to 1-semester credit exemptions (four units), which means you just have 1 semester (four units) to finish your Graduate Diploma!
Your course at MIT is designed in consultation with industry by lecturers with specialist knowledge.
With the latest skills and knowledge derived from current industry best practices, plus Work Integrated Learning (WIL) embedded in your course, you will be prepared for a career that has yet to be imagined.
Gain the critical knowledge you need to establish a career in the business, IT or engineering world. Our courses embrace the most relevant and up-to-date methods in use across industry today.
All our courses have Industry-Based Projects or Internships embedded in them. This means you get to solve real-world problems and be work-ready by the time you graduate.
Develop the practical skills, fresh thinking and confidence increasingly in demand by employers. We’ve got you covered with one-to-one careers advice, interactive workshops, industry internships and more. Plus, you can fast-track your studies with our trimester system and get a head-start on your career.
According to the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT), more undergrad MIT students had a positive overall experience than the national average. View QILT results.
With our robust support services, it's no wonder more of our students rated us positively in support received – way above the national average!.
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Bachelor of Networking
I landed a job after 2 months of graduating and found that the course content was right on the mark to what I needed for my role.
Bachelor of Business
I’ve developed the analytical thinking, writing and communication skills that I need in my current role as an auditor.
Bachelor of Networking
We all want to break into ethical hacking: to become the ‘white hats’ of Cyber Security and Networking.
Bachelor of Networking
I’ve always enjoyed coding, so getting to learn programming languages like JAVA and SQL as part of my degree is very exciting for me