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Miss out on the tertiary entrance score you were hoping for?

With various organisations offering alternatives to direct entry into university, you can still realise your study goals despite a disappointing tertiary entrance score.

IBT is one such organisation offering a wide selection of pathway programs in conjunction with universities in Australia and the United Kingdom.  Studying at an IBT college means you will study a university-designed program with university lecturers on a university campus with small classes.

The IBT Education group has campuses in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, London and Hertfordshire offering high school, university foundation, university level Diplomas, Bachelor degrees, Pre-Masters / Postgraduate Qualifying Programs and Master degrees.

If you are eligible for the fast-track program, you can complete your entire Bachelor degree in less than three years because when you study an IBT Diploma, you study the same units as the first year or the first semester of a Bachelor degree. Therefore, upon completion you enter into either the second year or second semester of the partner university Bachelor degree.

QIBT Diploma of Design graduate Isabel Kemp did not receive a high enough OP to get into her degree of choice after completing high school.  Ms Kemp said she opted to do the QIBT course so she could enter straight into second year of the Bachelor of Design at Griffith University without wasting any time.

All IBT colleges have up to three intakes per year for most programs, so you can choose when to start your program.

To find a pathway that suits your needs, contact StudyLink.

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I am BSc(Hons)Agriculture from university of agriculture faisalabad pakistan and working as agriculture credit officer in a commercial bank i want to do MBA in banking and finance


Hi All,

Thank you for your enquiry. You can use the StudyLink website ( to search for a course, request additional information, and apply directly through our online applications. StudyLink specializes in Australian, North American, and European study options. You can start by using our online course search. Enter an area of study in the keyword box (i.e. civil engineering, marketing, mathematics), select a location and award type from the boxes and click 'search now'. For many of the applications, you can apply directly with our official online applications by clicking the 'apply now' button on the web pages. Click on the course titles for detailed information including duration, fees, and entry requirements.

While StudyLink services are free, students are responsible for funding their education and other expenses. You may want to have a look at the institution websites for any scholarships they offer and look for scholarship and loan options available in your home country. You may also want to look at the Rotary International scholarship information, If you are interested in Australian study options, you may be eligible to apply for an AusAid scholarship, see the AusAid website for more information,
Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have. I look forward to hearing from you and to helping you with your study plans.

hey everyone,

I have completed my bachelors in B.Sc plant biology and plant biotechnology....i want to do my masters in me know wat s de scope n future?????????????waitin 4 a reply @ de earliest......

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