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See what our past students have to say about their time at TAFE NSW studying Digital & Information Technology.

  • Thomas Finn

    "The content provided in my course was fantastic and the Northern Sydney Institute has invaluable industry contacts with great potential job opportunities. I participated in CySCA (Cyber Security Challenge Australia) three times and competed as a leader in the last two events. I really like the location of the campus, availability of state-of-the-art equipment, overall experience of the smaller class sizes and amazing course instructors. Network Security is an ever growing industry and the content in the course has been great at preparing us for working in the sector."
    - Thomas Finn, Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Security)

  • "I had studied computer engineering previously before moving to Australia and I wanted to gain relevant IT qualifications to work in computer programming here. The Bachelor of IT has been a great experience. I'm very happy here. The teachers are always there to answer your questions and all the tasks in class are very practical, so you never forget what you learn."
    - Raafat Maarmari, Bachelor of Information Technology

Studying IT you will learn to develop, manage and analyse a range of technologies.

You could become a software developer, game designer, network manager, security specialist, business analyst or web designer. Find the course that matches your career goals at TAFE NSW and have confidence you'll be a highly valued professional in the fast-paced industry of today and tomorrow.

Courses in Network Design & Administration

  • Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Security) HE20524
  • Diploma in Information Technology Networking ICT50415
  • Diploma in Information Technology ICT50115

Courses in Online Media

  • Diploma of Website Development ICT50615
  • Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology ICT30115
  • Certificate IV in Web-Based Technologies ICT50615

Courses in Programming

  • Diploma of Database Design and Development ICT50515
  • Diploma of Digital and Interactive Games ICT50215
  • Diploma of Software Development ICT50715
  • Certificate IV in Programming ICT40515

Courses in IT Systems

  • Bachelor of Information Technology (Data Infrastructure Engineering) HE20525
  • Diploma of Systems Analysis and Design ICT50815
  • Advanced Diploma of Information Technology Business Analysis ICT60315
  • Fill out the form to download the Course Guide and learn more about studying Digital & Information Technology with us.

Why TAFE NSW?

Don't take our word for it

See what our past students have to say about their time at TAFE NSW studying Digital & Information Technology.

  • Thomas Finn

    "The content provided in my course was fantastic and the Northern Sydney Institute has invaluable industry contacts with great potential job opportunities. I participated in CySCA (Cyber Security Challenge Australia) three times and competed as a leader in the last two events. I really like the location of the campus, availability of state-of-the-art equipment, overall experience of the smaller class sizes and amazing course instructors. Network Security is an ever growing industry and the content in the course has been great at preparing us for working in the sector."
    - Thomas Finn, Bachelor of Information Technology (Network Security)

  • "I had studied computer engineering previously before moving to Australia and I wanted to gain relevant IT qualifications to work in computer programming here. The Bachelor of IT has been a great experience. I'm very happy here. The teachers are always there to answer your questions and all the tasks in class are very practical, so you never forget what you learn."
    - Raafat Maarmari, Bachelor of Information Technology