Information Technology Student Information
Experience your potential career path while receiving credit towards your degree, gaining valuable contacts and professional network.
Prepare for your future career and develop highly valued advanced technical and research skills through an additional year of study.
Access specific information and resources to support your commencement and tenure as a IT research student.
Useful student links and resources
- Student information and resources
- Plan your study - course maps
- Student scholarships
- Student prizes, awards and recognition
- Health and safety - including inductions
- Peer Support Network - student mentoring program
- Work Integrated Learning - internships and placements
- Global experiences - study abroad, exchange and other opportunities
If you have a general student inquiry, need course advice or help with your enrolment, please contact Student Central.
Software and Hardware
Software - Students will use free and open source software where possible. You will also have access to desktop software via IT Help.
Bring your own device (BYOD) guidelines (PDF, 436.3KB)
It is recommended that students have access to a computer with the following minimum specifications:
- 4 core CPU, preferably Intel Core i7 or AMD equivalent
- 16 GB Ram
- Dedicated GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060 or equivalent (RTX 20 Series desirable for more advanced digital forensics and analytics)
- A webcam and microphone are required for online classes.
Additional Hardware requirements - Students will be required to purchase computing equipment for specific units. To view these requirements, and the expected cost, please refer to the respective unit descriptions in the Handbook.