CIT has six locations, set in beautiful, leafy surrounds, and located on major public transport routes. The campuses are home to world-class libraries, information technology resources and sporting and recreational facilities. There are also plenty of places to enjoy the social side to being a student.
CIT's campuses are designed to enhance a supportive learning environment. You will find teachers and students working and studying alongside each other. You can also enjoy the benefits of having trade centres on site, whether it is discounted hair and beauty treatments, or reasonably-priced meals prepared by students and apprentices at CIT Reid's own restaurant and café.
Important note: some courses at CIT Woden will be moving to new locations from Semester 1, 2016. Click here to find out more.
CIT Bruce is located in the northern suburbs of Canberra, close to the University of Canberra and the nation's premier sporting centre, the Australian Institute of Sport. It is home to CIT's award-winning Sustainability Hub and is set in the peaceful surrounding of native bushland. But don't be deceived - major shopping centres, entertainment venues and cafes are only a stone's throw away.
The CIT Fyshwick Trade Skills Centre is located in the industrial hub of Canberra, making it accessible to the industries that play such an important role in on-campus training. You will find state-of-the-art training facilities to support studies in electrotechnology trades, plumbing, automotive, metals and logistics.
The new CIT Gungahlin, in Canberra's rapidly expanding northern suburbs, is co-located with the new, state-of-the-art Gungahlin College and Gungahlin Public Library. As well as having its own flexible learning and teaching spaces, CIT shares access to specialist college teaching facilities including a CISCO lab, commercial kitchen and visual arts spaces.
CIT Reid is a walking distance from Canberra City, providing easy access to stylish cafes, bars, cinemas, and shops. Lake Burley Griffin is close by, as are major national attractions such as the Australian War Memorial, National Gallery of Australia and Questacon.
CIT Tuggeranong is located in the town centre of Tuggeranong, which includes major shops, and entertainment and sporting facilities. All CIT students can drop in to access wide-ranging support for their studies. Students can also study a range of flexible options entirely at the centre’s flexible learning facilities.
CIT Woden is located in Canberra's inner-south and is close to a range of recreational centres and sporting facilities, including swimming pools and an ice-skating rink. Woden also boasts a major shopping centre and stylish cafes. CIT Woden has a CIT Student Services, Learning Centre and café, all of which were refurbished in 2010.