Welcome to IIB

At IIB, international students studying with us will be undertaking 20 hours of study a week. Normally, each hour of study will generate 1-3 hours of additional required academic work, assessment writing and reflection time, so deciding to study a qualification is not a small commitment.

In addition to the financial cost, undertaking any of our courses will mean that you will need to attend class, complete in-class exercises and a range of different assessments. Some of them will be written, others are presentations in nature, while other assessments will include doing research. The full details of assessments can be found in the student services tab for each course.
Our trainers, assessors and teachers will help you understand and attempt assessments and exercises. We also expect that the work you submit will be genuine; that it is yours. We want to create as realistic an environment for you as possible in terms of expectations. For example, in business one’s own work is what others expect, not a copy or someone else’s work. We hope you will agree with us, so we can travel this journey of learning together, hopefully leading to a better career outcome for you.

The college offers the following courses:

1. Business
2. English language

Deciding to study business should not be taken lightly. We encourage you to think about whether business is the career direction that you really wish to head in. some people think that studying business is a ticket to financial success and a guarantee of finding a high-paying job. Far from it, studying business requires dedication, hard work and several specific skills’ sets that not everybody has. Working in business is competitive and only few applicants for jobs are recruited from many hundreds. This is one of the reasons why we are candid and up-front about study expectations, because learners who accept the challenge of real study, real commitment to attendance and an interest in comprehensively completing assessments are more likely to be attractive for future potential employers.

Studying at IIB does not guarantee you work, nor does it mean that you will be able to necessarily settle in Sydney or achieve all your goals. Studying is merely a first step that tests your resolution, ability and interest in completing this journey. At the end of the journey a combination of factors will determine your chances in work and in the selection of where you can live.

Before making decision to study with us, please read all the information in the student services section of this website. If you do apply to study either directly or through an agent, we will repeat this information and add more to it in our Student Agreement, Letter of Offer and other documents we provide. We want to be sure you get the full picture before you decide to join our family. Remember that at any time during the process or before it, you can contact us to ask questions on 1300 378 839 or email to info@iib.edu.au. We will be glad to elaborate these in detail and hear more about your situation and career goals.

Our Mission
At IIB, our mission is to create a brighter future for the students by providing superior quality education and accelerate the learning process of different industry-specific skills. Our commitment to delivering a world-class education to support student success ensures collaborative personality development for a wide range of industries.
Our Vision
Our vision is to drive innovation throughout the campus and promote comprehensive and non-selective education based on equality of opportunity. We operate as a learning community with our members as our core strength. Our focus is to work to advance the professionalism of vocational education and management to develop excellence in professional practices.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Town Hall

Sydney Town Hall is one of the most livable and vibrant place in Australia. The country is a welcoming place for overseas students. Our Campus is well connected to the suburbs by public transport network consisting of buses and trains.

Town Hall is one of the biggest areas in Australia. It has been a Sydney landmark for a long time. Favorite among those who had to meet up with friends in the city center for many years and a place for events. The building with its clock tower is a familiar landmark to many that have used the steps to wait for and meet up with friends in the city center and a place for important civic events.

Our location is the absolute best place and has lots of facilities

  • It is near the Town Hall Station
  • Only two minutes’ walk to the City Library.
    You can borrow as many as 30 items for as long as 3 weeks, renew items online, Public access computer and free Wi-Fi.
  • Also close to World Square and Chinatown.
  • Near to Blue Bananas Electric Bike Tours as you can spend enjoy time with your friends
  • Near Queen Victoria Building (QVB)
    Queen Victoria Building has about 190 shops. All sorts of shops like clothing, shoes, art etc. are presented. There you will find a superb food court with cheap food of all sorts. When you visit the QVB make sure you go to the top level where you can find Peter Lik’s Gallery. You’ll be amazed by his photography. Prices are quite steep. Outside the QVB, on Town Hall Place, facing The Town Hall are the Royal Wishing Well and Queen Victoria's statue.
  • Short walk from our campus to Pitt Street Mall.
    From the colonial splendor of the Queen Victoria Building to the finery of The Strand Arcade, the city centre is a shopping delight. In bustling Pitt Street Mall are boutiques, department stores, arcades and Westfield Sydney, a gleaming complex of over 250 fashion, food and lifestyle stores.
  • At night, the precinct transforms into a food mecca with authentic multicultural restaurants. From Korean and Vietnamese to Italian and Turkish, it truly is a foodie explorer’s heaven. you can spend wonderful nights with your friends also nice time at the cinema and State Theatre as well


Staff CapabilitiesIndustry EngagementStudent Centric TeachingLearning Environment
Our trainers, assessors and teachers are qualified in their respective disciplines and are required by us to maintain regular professional development activities. We also provide students ample opportunity to assess the training, assessment and teaching of our academic staff to make sure that we can adapt to student learning styles and the characteristics of different classes and cohorts of learners. This is good for students, good for trainers and teachers, and good for the college.

The academic training, assessing or teaching you will highlight the expectations of each unit that you study and the assessment timeline and submission methods. They will support you in your learning.

Our academic staff enjoy teaching and love dealing with international students; they are passionate and happy. We hope you will find your experience with them positive and useful.
The college courses are considered generic business courses that cover a variety of topics. The English language courses are selected to allow students to assess and enhance their level of English, which may assist them in future study.

We are not associated with any industry body or group, do not have work placements or access to job opportunities. While we will be glad to provide students with academic support and to review CV’s or resumes, we do not have any unique or special position in the market in terms of work.

The college will contact industry practioners from time to time and seek industry consultation about its courses, which may help inform some of the learning and assessment materials we use.
Student Centric Teaching (SCT) is a style of teaching, training and assessment that the college believes in and attempts to practice in its courses.

Using this method of teaching, we try to focus on the learning needs of students, their learning styles and the teaching environment available in the college to evaluate what students do, not just what the trainer or the teacher does. This style of teaching can improve how students learn. It can often make students feel more comfortable in class and in interactive with on another, and with the trainer or the teacher.

At IIB, we try out best to apply this pedagogical principle to how our staff teach. This is done by understanding student backgrounds, language skills, learning styles, career aspirations and preferences and embedding them in classroom teaching process. We hope that an opportunity for you to experience our student centric teaching will arise.
The learning environment in our college is down to earth, homely and friendly. Given the relatively small size of IIB, the opportunity to know everybody by first name, to get things done and to feel comfortable is enhanced.

We do not have any specific software, tools or hardware that is over and above the standard classroom. We focus on equipping our classrooms with everything that is necessary and nothing that is not, so we reflect the reality of what it is like in business environments.

In a business environment, companies only buy what they need. Our classrooms are fully equipped, are comfortable, well-lit and friendly in layout. We do not have laboratories or unique technologies, but rely on good, time-proven teaching, training and assessment to hopefully produce successful and well-rounded graduates from our courses. We like to keep things real and down to earth.