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About King’s Own Institute
Established in 2010, King’s Own Institute (KOI) is a private higher
education provider spread across two campuses in Sydney’s
central business district: one in St Martins Tower and one on Kent
Street. KOI offers degrees and diplomas in the field of business
and aims to guide students to successful careers through an
emphasis on student support, leadership and development.
KOI believes that student support should be
a vital part of the tertiary education
KOI currently offers two undergraduate degrees — a
bachelor of business (accounting) and a bachelor of business
(management and finance). The accounting specialisation is
accredited by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia
(ICAA), CPA Australia and the Institute of Public Accountants
(IPA). In addition, KOI offers higher education diplomas in
accounting and management, which may be used as a pathway
into the second year of the corresponding bachelor degree. Each
degree can be completed in three years (full time), but students
can accelerate their studies by taking advantage of the institute’s
trimester system and finish in two years.
KOI believes that student support should be a vital part of the
tertiary education experience. As such, it assists students to find
employment and volunteer positions to boost their practical
experience and invites personnel from corporations and
recruitment companies to network with students. On campus,
students can access a library, a student lounge and computer
facilities. The institute’s central location means that all other
amenities are within easy reach.
Applications should be submitted directly to the institution.
Entry requires successful completion of Year 12 or equivalent,
with a minimum ATAR of 55. International students must meet
English language proficiency requirements.
As a private institution, KOI charges full fees for its courses,
although scholarships are available.
King’s Own Institute
CRICOS provider ID: 03171A
Ph: 02 9283 3583
King’s Own Institute
King’s Own Institute is a
private sector higher
education provider located
in the Sydney CBD.
KOI offers both bachelor
and master degrees in
business, accounting and TESOL, with all accounting programs
carrying professional body accreditation such as CPA and
Our academic staff are practitioners with industry experience.
Students benefit from small class sizes, with student numbers
limited to 30 in tutorials and 60 to 65 in lectures. At KOI we
encourage engagement and interaction between the lecturers
or tutors and students.
KOI currently has over 1400 students — all benefiting from our
incredibly competitive fees, ranging from $1125 per subject.
Along with a trimester system giving students a fast-track
option, the added value at KOI is truly hard to beat.
KOI has recently established a second Sydney campus, located
at Level 1, St Martins Tower, 31 Market St, which commenced
operation on 17 March 2014. This is an exciting new
development that will see overall student numbers eventually
increasing to more than 2000.
Later in 2014, KOI intends to
introduce a Master of Business
Administration following on
from a Graduate Certificate of
TESOL, Graduate Diploma of
TESOL and Master of Arts
(TESOL). The degrees
delivered by KOI will attract the
same benefits as any other
Australian degree, including
the right to apply for the
subclass 485 graduate visa.
For further information, visit the Department of Immigration and
Border Protection website at immi.gov.au.
"The teaching quality is really excellent, and it’s very easy to
make friends. The class size is not too big so that creates a
good learning environment. Plus it’s a very convenient location.
I was really surprised how multi-cultural Sydney is and how
Australia welcomes people from all over the world. I enjoy
taking things easy and relaxing. I enjoy visiting the beaches,
trying different cafés and restaurants, and have a part-time job
at a restaurant."
Shuko Nagano, Japan,
Bachelor of Business (Accounting)
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