CIT has an impressive 90 year history providing technical and further education in the ACT and surrounding area. Today, it trains around 20,000 students each year, touching more lives post- secondary school than any other tertiary education institution in the ACT.
Offering apprenticeships and certificate level training through to diplomas, bachelor degrees and graduate certificates, CIT offers the full gamut of the tertiary experience and can help you identify a training pathway to help you reach your goals, whether you are new to study or already hold qualifications.
As a CIT student, you will have opportunity to:
FIND THE RIGHT EDUCATION PATHWAY to suit your lifestyle and experience, with lots of support along the way to help you succeed.
FAST TRACK YOUR STUDY Don't learn what you already know - apply for our Skills Recognition program, which could reduce your study time.
FEE ASSISTANCE through a range of scholarships and support for a range of life circumstances. Student loans are available for eligible diploma and advanced diploma level study through VET Student Loans and FEE-HELP.
GET WORK READY All our courses have a strong focus on giving you the practical skills and experience you need for success.
STUDY ABROAD with multiple opportunities for overseas experiences, funded through the Australian Government Department of Education's VET Outbound Mobility Program.
REACH YOUR GOALS CIT has helped thousands of students change their lives for the better and achieve more than they thought they could.
Young people planning to attend CIT are encouraged to engage with the Youth Advisor early on. Please note however that CIT does not take students under 16 unless they are part of school program, traineeship, apprenticeship or other approved formal arrangement.
CIT does not provide ongoing specialist youth services and supports students to stay engaged with school as long as they reasonably can as it is funded and resourced to provide an enriched and safe learning environment for young people. Younger students seeking support for their safety or wellbeing are encouraged to contact the Youth Advisor for information, advice or referral.
The Youth Advisor at CIT may arrange Careers Advice, Pathway Planning and referrals to support students transitioning from school and support students under 25 to engage with learning at CIT.
Call Student Support Reception on 62073290 for an appointment