Western Sydney University and Navitas have signed a 10-12 months arrangement, extending their extensive-phrase partnership.
Given that the opening of the Sydney City campus of Western Sydney College in 2017, Navitas has aided produce a array of undergraduate and postgraduate courses to learners at the campus.
The Sydney City campus delivers pupils programs in small business, arts, interaction, engineering, IT, and well being in the coronary heart of Australia’s most cosmopolitan metropolis.
Navitas-run Sydney campus has grown from 20 to 1400 students in 3 a long time
From an first ingestion of less than 20 learners, it has developed promptly into a vibrant community of 1,400 pupils as well as lecturers and guidance personnel from the College and Navitas.
Commenting on the partnership, Professor Barney Glover AO, Vice-Chancellor and President of Western Sydney College, reported: “The Sydney Town campus is an essential part of our campus network. It carries on to be instrumental in supporting Western Sydney University’s internationalisation strategies, with the town campus welcoming around 50 % its pupils from overseas.
“We are extremely happy to go on our partnership with Navitas above the following 10 years – with each other we will go on to produce a substantial-high-quality instructional experience for our learners and offer them with a vivid on-campus group in the heart of Sydney.”
Sydney City campus good results down to ‘student very first philosophy’
Scott Jones, Team CEO of Navitas, attributed the demonstrated success of the Sydney Metropolis campus to the put together abilities and expertise of each the University and Navitas.
Jones stated: “We are quite proud of our relationship with Western Sydney University which enjoys powerful collaboration at every single level of the partnership. In the long run this seamless integration provides an fantastic knowledge for our pupils and makes sure they accomplish the most effective achievable academic outcomes.
“The impressive expansion we have seen reflects this scholar initial philosophy, as well as the prestigious standing of the College, and the enchantment of a modern day, university student-centered campus in a Central-Sydney locale.”