|Living cost||USD 1,145 per month|
|Student population||Large (More than 10,000)|
About Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology
Located in the centre of Melbourne Central Business District (CBD), the MIT Melbourne campus is the larger of the two campuses.
Situated among shops, restaurants, banks, post offices and entertainment outlets, close to parks and gardens, hospitals, the State Library of Victoria and the Queen Victoria Market, and with easy access to public transport, the MIT Melbourne campus offers the perfect balance between study, work and play.
Campus facilities and services include excellent teaching and learning facilities, modern computer labs, networking studio labs, wireless internet, comprehensive library with the latest electronic information services, computer shop, student lounge, prayer room, campus security, first-aid facilities, career advisory, study support and counselling.
Programs offered at this campus include: Business, Accounting, Information Technology, Networking, Engineering and English Language.
Homestay or “full board” accommodation is a good choice if you want to experience living in an Australian home, reduce set-up costs and improve your English. It provides student with a family-like environment with utility costs (i.e.: gas, electricity and water) included. Families (or sometimes a couple or single person) offer you a room in their home as well as three meals per day (i.e.: breakfast, lunch and dinner). All homestay accommodation is thoroughly screened to ensure it is a suitable living environment for student.
Once you have accepted your offer, received your student visa and booked your flight to Melbourne, you can make an online homestay request with the Office of Student Services and Engagement (OSSE) Team.
OSSE must receive your homestay request at least 15 working days prior to your arrival in Melbourne.
The minimum homestay duration is four weeks.
A homestay placement fee AUS$300 must be paid when you apply for homestay.