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To browse Sydney TAFE support services, explore our approach to training and education, and look at course details, check out the Sydney TAFE 2017 Career Guide (PDF 9.9 MB)
Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the information contained in this guide is accurate (published August 2016) but do not rely exclusively on the content. For the latest details, it is best to use either our course finder or explore our course-to-career feature.
Still available: Sydney TAFE 2016 Career Guide (PDF 8.6MB)
Our Pathways to Degrees 2017 (Pathways to university) brochure provides details of our "Degree express" programs, designed to accelerate your university studies. We have developed strong links with Australian universities to ensure our graduates have a clear pathway to a university education, often with generous credit transfer arrangements. We also offer several degree programs on-site at our colleges in partnership with the Charles Sturt University, Federation University and the University of Wollongong. (PDF 10.44 MB)
Sydney TAFE offers a world of opportunities to take your study further and undertake higher education programs that are world class and nationally recognised.
Throughout Sydney TAFE 2017 Degrees Guide (PDF 5MB) you will find details of programs offered by TAFE NSW through Sydney TAFE.
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The Sydney TAFE Student Guide contains information about our student services and the things you need to know about enrolling at Sydney TAFE.
The 2016 Student Guide includes the student calendar, information on college facilities, your rights and responsibilities as a student, Institute policies (e.g. exams, internet usage, Work Health & Safety) and contact details for all Sydney TAFE colleges and services. (PDF 4.3 MB)
Students from every corner of the world come to SITEC (Sydney TAFE English Centre) to study English and gain the skills necessary to go on to further education, improve their career prospects and to open up a world of opportunities.
Download the 2016 SITEC Brochure for information about studying at Sydney TAFE.
Sydney TAFE offers international students a range of programs: English, University Foundation, Vocational, Diploma-to-Degree and Bachelor degree programs.
Past International Student Guides
Download the 2016 International Student Guide for Sydney TAFE (PDF 11.8MB).
The 2015 International Student Guide is still available for your reference. (PDF 3.82 MB).
Sydney TAFE at School TVET is a way for senior secondary school students ,Years 11 and 12, to study job-focused courses while still at school.
The Sydney TAFE 'Strategic Directions 2015 - Start your journey' document provides the road map into a more competitive, dynamic and consumer-driven environment. (PDF 1.78 MB)
The Sydney TAFE Annual Report collates many of the year's highlights. (PDF 5.68 MB)
The Facts at a Glance document provides a compilation of data about Sydney TAFE. (PDF 1.77 MB)
The Sydney Skills Outlook 2020 report is an independent analysis of changes affecting Sydney's employment landscape and the resulting skills challenge.
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Sydney TAFE apps for Apple and Android devices.
Sydney TAFE course and career explorer
Explore different study areas and careers with the Sydney TAFE Explorer app (Apple). Check out real photos from classes, videos, guides to salaries and job opportunities plus first-person accounts from students and graduates working in their field.
Sydney TAFE TVET Course Guide
Sydney TAFE Map app
Don't get lost on campus, find your way from classroom to ATM to cafe and back with the Sydney TAFE Map app: