All our courses are designed to impart practical knowledge that can be implemented in the workplace upon graduation. However, everyone is different and we offer them at a range of different levels to suit a person’s work roles now and into the future. So, which level will best suit you?
There are a few things students should consider when choosing which level of course to undertake:
Time Commitment and Duration of Study
It’s important to consider each course’s time commitment and be realistic about what you can fit into your schedule.
All our online courses are run on a part time intensive basis; and they still require you to dedicate a few hours to them each week. Courses at higher levels will require you to put in a bigger commitment than lower-level courses.
You should also decide how long you would like to commit to studying – as our courses range in duration from a few months to a few years.
Our on-campus courses can be studied in part-time or full-time mode if you are an Australian domestic student. If you are a student visa holder you must study full-time on-campus and you will need to dedicate 40 hours per week to study.
Please visit the course pages for more information on the time commitment for the course and mode of study you are interested in. You can also contact one of our Course Advisors.
Which kind of job would you like to have in the future and what qualification do you need to achieve it? Before undertaking any form of study, it’s important to think about what work you ultimately want to do. Different courses qualify you for different jobs, so it’s imperative you take this into consideration.
Mode of Study
At EIT, our Vocational Education Training (VET) courses are only run online on a part-time intensive basis.
Our Higher Education courses (bachelor and master degrees) are available online, part-time and full-time. A selection of Higher Education courses are also offered on-campus, part-time (domestic students only) and full-time.
Potential students should consider which mode of study would suit them the best
, when deciding which course to apply for.
Once you’ve decided on a course, you need to find out whether or not you meet the entry requirements.
Details of the entry requirements for each course are listed on each course page.
If you don’t meet the entry requirements for your preferred course we may be able to suggest an alternative pathway for you. Please contact EIT’s Course Advisors who will be able to advise you on possible alternate pathways.