The Northern Sydney Institute, some part of TAFE NSW, is one of Australia’s leading providers of professional training and tertiary education. It is owned by Australian Government and works as a training provider that conveys high quality, government-authorised courses that will set students for their future career. The Northern Sydney Institute offers more than 100 accredited English and professional programmes to global students. Completion of an authorised course may likewise give students a pathway to a university degree through the arrangements with various Australian universities. Students from more than 55 nations, including Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom and Vietnam, join courses in the university. Students can appreciate a world-class study experience with the six campuses situated across northern Sydney – extending from the northern beaches at Brookvale to the northern rural areas of Hornsby, Meadowbank and Ryde to the city side areas of North Sydney, Crows Nest and St. Leonards.
Every Northern Sydney Institute has its own profile of courses with world-class learning facilities and master training centres. Campuses specialities are:
The most famous courses at Crows Nest Campus among international students are the Certificate III in Children’s Services and Diploma of Children’s Services. Workplace learning is basic in these courses. Educators will secure work placements and help students in the organisation of workplace learning and related workplace exercises in accordance with TAFE NSW terms.
Building plan, graphic design, computerized media and information technology are the most well-known courses among international students picking Hornsby Campus as their preferred study location.
One of the biggest TAFE campuses in Sydney, the Meadowbank Campus offers a broad scope of programmes to international students. Meadowbank Campus is the Institute’s advanced education campus delivering degree programmes in information technology and accounting. Specialist training facilities incorporate the games and wellness centre and massage therapy clinic. These have excellent facilities for aerobics, weight preparing training and massage and give students access to the real world at on-job training. The TAFE English Language Centre is also situated at this campus and produces award-winning students.
The multi-award winning training café and bar, the Pittwater is situated at this campus. It gives hospitality and event management students get on-job experience with a workplace. The Community Health and Fitness Education Centre offers a dedicated learning space which envelops the most recent equipment and technology.
The biggest largest hospitality training centre in the Asia Pacific region is at the Ryde Campus. The students train themselves in commercially equipped kitchens, bars, bistros and the Ambassador Training Restaurant. Besides this, the campus has best in class training facilities for the horticulture business. This incorporates computerised landscape design studios, rainforest room, glasshouses, a full-size cricket pitch, golf green, tennis court and a bowling green. The most well-known courses among international students offered at the Ryde Campus are the commercial cookery, patisserie, management, tourism and events, horticulture, conservation and land management, floristry, landscape design and applied environmental management.
This campus is the most loved choice among international students who wish to study film and television, information technology, aged care and nursing.
|BBA - 1 Course||IELTS - 6.5 & Above|
TOEFL - 79 & Above
|Other Courses - 5 Courses||IELTS - 5.5-6|
TOEFL - 46-60
|Application fees||No Fees|
|BBA - 1 Course||2 Years||INR 8.1L|
|Other Courses - 5 Courses||1 - 2 Years||INR 6.1L - 11.3L|
AUD 10,840 - 20,200