Now is a great time to consider a career change, but are you looking in the right industries?
You’re almost ready to submit that job application, but do you have a LinkedIn profile ready to go as well?
Starting at SIBT is exciting, but there are a few things to know to make the most of it.
With so many universities across Sydney, there are no shortage of campuses to choose from. For instance, Western Sydney University alone has campuses from Parramatta, to Penrith, to our favourite, the Sydney City Campus. Each campus brings it’s own lifestyle, but with so much going on in and around the CBD, the city centre reallyContinue reading “Why the City Centre is the Perfect Place for Uni Students”
We all strive for success, it’s in our nature, but few people are lucky enough to have it fall into their laps. So, if you want to perform at your highest level, or get somewhere you want to be, you need to have a clear vision of what you want and set goals in orderContinue reading “Why Goal Setting is so Important”
Exams are only a week away here at SIBT, and for some, there’s only a week left until they’re ready to start their journey at Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus (this could be you!). But even for our most experienced SIBT veterans, exam weeks can be some of the most stressful and challenging timesContinue reading “The BEST Way to Get Ready for an Exam”
Everyone knows that completing a diploma or university degree is a great way to get ahead and take your career to the next level, but what exactly do you do with your diploma once you’re done? SIBT graduates can use their diplomas for anything from Uni entry to job applications, and with the variety ofContinue reading “Life With a Diploma: Where Can it Take You?”
The big day is almost here! With ATARs releasing across the country this week, you might be a bit nervous about the chaos of what comes next. After all, this number will determine where you might study, whether you’ll get into the course you want, or your future career. But don’t panic! Even if youContinue reading “Dealing with the Chaos of the ATAR Release”