University of New England UNE

Graduate Diploma in Information Technology

University of New England UNE

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00003G

The information technology sector offers strong employment prospects to people with appropriate skills and qualifications. To work in this dynamic and complex industry, you must constantly refresh your knowledge to keep pace with change. Information and computing technology affects all aspects of modern life and there is a worldwide shortage of ICT professionals. Its applications now include, not only commerce and science, but also health, education, engineering, transport, government, entertainment, sport, and social networking.UNE's Graduate Diploma in Information Technology has a strong technical focus that will open doors to advance your career in this rapidly evolving industry — whether you are new to the sector or wish to refresh your skills to get ahead.


48 credit points including at least 24 credit points at 400-level or above.

Standard entry requirements

You have completed a Bachelor qualification (AQF Level 7 or overseas equivalent) in any discipline.


The Graduate Diploma of Information Technology has been granted Associate Level accreditation by the Australian Computer Society and, through the Seoul Accord, is recognised in other countries.

Study pathways

Students may be eligible for credit (advanced standing) for previously completed studies.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Online Campus Domestic: $26,824
International: $31,600
  • Part-time : 4 years
  • Online/Off-campus : 4 years
UNE Armidale (main campus) Domestic: $21,224
International: $31,600
  • Part-time : 4 years

Fee comments

Campuses: UNE Armidale (main campus).

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