Enter your keyword

AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

THE AUSTRALIAN COLLEGE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND INSTITUTE OF FILM AND TELEVISION GOLD COAST

Providing a range of vocational educational courses to domestic and international students on the Gold Coast, the Australian College of Information Technology and Institute of Film and Television is one of the most highly regarded training institutions in Australia as it has specialised in full convergence technologies for the past 25 years. We provide study options for information technology; telecoms, including data centre design, cloud and virtualisation; unified communications and VOIP technologies; Junipers, CISCO and Network Security; right through to digital media film and television studies. The Australian College of Information Technology and Institute of Film and Television provides in-depth training in digital communication mediums, including cross platform training to cover web design, graphic, social media marketing, You Tube and TV and Film. The first in Australia to be a solution provider and also training to meet current industry demand.

GOLD COAST CAMPUS

Our Gold Coast campus is fully accessible for face-to-face learning for students along the coast to Brisbane. Alternatively, many of our courses are available to undertake via online methods, via correspondence from elsewhere in Australia.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Unlike other colleges of its kind, the Australian College of Information Technology and Institute of Film and Television offers support and advice to international students when applying for study and graduate visas. Some students can receive full time employment after 24 months of study. Graduate success in placement has been 100% for the past 20 years where local businesses are keen to take on the graduates.

Media houses also take advantage of our graduates who are keen to employ. We believe in the fair treatment of those who don’t speak English as a first language and do all we can to better integrate them into our classes and the style and pace of the learning. The Australian College of Information Technology and Institute of Film and Television has students from 17 countries and believes in fostering a high standard of multiculturalism bringing a balance to the learning environment.

MIGRATION CONSULTANCY

At the Australian College of Information Technology and Institute of Film and Television, we believe in the importance of the integration of our international students, which is why we have a number of associated agents who we refer to regularly. These agents can help students with visa enquiries and problems and can assist in a cost-effective manner. We also ensure we have resources available online for our many international students to help with settling in and finding the right people to correspond with. Our current online resource is available here.

FILM and TELEVISION COURSES

The Australian College of Information Technology and Institute of Film and Television provides information and training, backed by the knowledge, skills and industry experience necessary to inspire great creative artists. As screen and digital media continues to overwhelm the technological space with its versatile adaptability, it continues to become a valuable industry to understand. Whether it is a direct route into the industry that you pine for or you are simply preparing yourself with the best insight possible into this influential medium, the Australian College of Information Technology and Institute of Film and Television provides courses for every level of expertise.

Download our official brochure here.

Testimonials

Reviews from our Students

Brett Overend – ADF resettlement program

I would like to provide feedback that the changes made to the ACIT online course structure are very good and I am very happy with the structure and plan of what to achieve.

bg-icon-box-2

Darren Price – UK

After I completed my studies at ACIT, I was fortunate to secure a position at Ericsson China. As I was holding a diploma in network engineering I was placed at the test environments in Beijing, where I worked as a support engineer on 3G wideband WCDMA networks.

As my role developed, I was invited to join the local network planning council where I helped to optimize efficient use of test environment assets within the Asia region.

NEWS

ACIT & IFTV UPDATES

OUR PARTNERS

ACADEMIC ALLIANCES & INDUSTRY CERTIFICATIONS

Enquire now