Study an I.T. degree and gain industry experience.


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    Our courses

    Bachelor of Information Technology
    Master of Information Technology

    Get ahead with Career Edge

    If you are looking to strengthen your employability skills and gain in-company work experience, our Career Edge program has got you covered. Studying at Southern Cross University automatically gives you access to our one-of-a-kind career readiness and internship program.
    The experience proved valuable for my current career. I am applying what I've learned and feel confident about my professional growth.

    - Grace Yuan, The Projects
    Learning all the modules and gaining work experience gave me the best chance to land a fulfilling job after graduation and to thrive in my career.

    - Lan Anh Nguyen, Impressive Wardrobes
    Solving a real problem in an Australian company is a rewarding experience. I carry all that I've learned wherever my future career takes me.

    - Saeed Heidari, Bachelor of Business student

    Why study at Southern Cross University?

    #1 in international student support
    (2018 International Student Barometer)
    Our range of student service resources help international students transition smoothly to life and studies in Australia.
    Thriving in Sydney, Melbourne or Perth
    Students are able to work 20 hours a week and experience what our cities have to offer.
    An industry with plenty of opportunities
    I.T. remains one of the fastest-growing industries in Australia and the world.
    Career readiness and internship opportunities
    Our Career Edge Program provides industry experience by connecting students with an Australian company to help solve real business problems.
    Scholarships for new students
    New students are eligible for a 30% scholarship in their first year, regardless of GPA.
    Promising job outcomes
    Our graduates earn a higher median salary than the Australian national average. (Quality Indicators for Learning & Teaching 2019)