The International Health & Science Institute (IHSI) is a CRICOS Registered Training Organisation regulated by the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA). IHSI is proud to be able to offer students from around the world with opportunities to gain their desired qualification to enrich their lives and to enhance their individual employment opportunities.

The International Health & Science Institute is located in Blacktown - one of the fastest growing areas of the Sydney Metro Region. We are 35 kms outside of the Sydney CBD and 5 minutes from Blacktown train station. Our high-quality CRICOS registered courses are nationally recognised and have been designed to provide students with the skills necessary to prepare you for work in cybersecurity in the IT sector. IHSI qualifications are professional, interactive and enjoyable learning experiences to suit all student learning styles and we are fully committed to ensuring our students achieve exceptional quality educational outcomes that far exceed existing industry standards.

With a state-of-the-art computer lab that offers a full simulation of a range of network environments, this provides students with the opportunity to utilise current industry tools and equipment and practice to gain valuable experience and develop their own confidence and competence before working with actual clients and participating in practical placement.

IHSI quality of higher education is backed up by its Academic Board made up of highly experience academics and industry professionals who know and understand what is required within the IT sector in Australia and the standards that must be met at all times. IHSI takes pride in providing the highest quality industry-aligned education possible and fully preparing its students for success within this complex and ever changing environment that is cybersecurity.

Before Applying

Before completing your Application to study with the International Health & Science Institute you should ensure that you understand our terms and conditions of enrolment and fees and charges associated with enrolment. The International Health & Science Institute wants to ensure that all overseas students studying with us have a safe, enjoyable and rewarding experience.

Australia has in place key legislation to promote quality education and consumer protection for all overseas students. This legislation is collectively known as the ESOS framework and it includes the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000 . To assist potential students who are considering studying in Australia with the International Health & Science Institute and deciding their course of study, IHSI will provide clear, concise and accessible course information to all potential students prior to accepting them as a student in a variety of formats. This information will assist students in making and informed decision about their studies.

Assessment for Suitability

All applications to the International Health & Science Institute will undertake a pre-enrolment suitability assessment. This assessment will review the application and supporting documents supplied. The assessment will look for and review:

  • Information contained within the application for enrolment form
  • English language proficiency that must meet the minimum course entry requirements as stated in the course outlines.
  • Age of the applicant at time of application. International Health & Science Institute offering courses to individuals over the age of 18.
  • Current Literacy and Numeracy level to ensure it meets course level and industry requirements.
  • The content and suitability of the Statement of Purpose
  • Supporting financial documents as required

There maybe occasions where International Health & Science Institute may request clarification or additional information for an applicant.

Student offers

Upon completion and approval of a suitability assessment, potential students will be issued with a letter of offer that includes the fees to be paid and student agreement. Students are required to sign the offer and agreement acknowledgement before or at the time of payment of initial fees.

Students are required to meet any conditions stated within their Letter of Offer before a Confirmation of Enrolment (COE) will be issued

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