- Complete year 12
- 2nd year uni
Congratulations China University of Petroleum Graduates! We hope you all enjoyed your time at IIBT and in Perth! We wish you all the best for your future studies.
From the 6th - 19th February 2017, IIBT had the pleasure of hosting the first student study tour group from the China University of Petroleum. The students schedule consisted of an English class each morning followed by an afternoon excursion to experience Perth's beaches, wildlife, parks, galleries, universities, Swan Valley region and of course some sightseeing!
Last Friday, 23rd September, some of our students took a tour on-board the Leeuwin ship and enjoyed a scenic walk around Fremantle! They learnt about the history of the Fremantle Round House, Maritime Museum, Prison and the well known Fremantle Markets!
To celebrate the holidays IIBT hosted a wonderful afternoon by the river, where students and teachers played beach games and enjoyed a Pizza Picnic for lunch.
"I love that we can walk to the river from the IIBT Campus.
The pizza and games were really enjoyable too"
What country are you from? Australia
What course are you studying at IIBT? Diploma of Business Administration
What do you enjoy about studying with IIBT?
"In becoming the scholarship winner at IIBT has changed my future out look on life. I have gained so much from the Diploma of Business Administration and i have enjoyed the hands on experience that my lectures provided to help me better understand how the current business industry works. IIBT has prepared me for university study and i now feel i can successfully transition into the next step of my education."
At IIBT student success is celebrated among the graduating students and their teachers with ceremonies to mark such a special occasion. The sharing and reminiscing of stories through student speeches while enjoying a graduation cake is always the perfect way to wrap up a successful course.
"The graduation ceremony was the best way to finish up my AE V Course, i loved all the photos and how funny the speeches were!"