Degree & Graduate Programs
TAFE NSW Higher Education
Go higher with a TAFE NSW Higher Education degree. A TAFE NSW Higher Education qualification is a valuable tool for building your future.
Australian Graduate Management Consortium
TAFE Western Sydney delivers the Graduate Certificate in Management (Professional Practice) and the Graduate Diploma of Management (Professional Practice) in partnership with Charles Sturt University (CSU) through the Australian Graduate Management Consortium (AGMC).
Bachelor of Applied Management
TAFE Western Sydney and Federation University of Australia have a partnership that enables you to complete a degree at your local campus.
Bachelor of Community and Human Services
TAFE Western Sydney and Federation University Australia have entered into a partnership that enables you to complete a degree at TAFE Western Sydney's Nirimba Campus.
Bachelor of Early Childhood
The TAFE NSW Bachelor of Early Childhood Education and Care (Birth-5) is a professional teaching degree which qualifies you to work as a Teacher or Director in preschool, or a Teacher or Director in long day care or to be employed in integrated child and family services or early intervention services.
Bachelor of Visual Arts
You're creative at heart and would like to build a career doing what you love.
With the Bachelor of Visual Arts (Fine Arts), you'll develop the skills and knowledge needed to become a professional artist. In line with contemporary practice you may choose to work in an interdisciplinary mode, possibly including performance, installation, video and new media.
Bachelor of Information Technology
By choosing to study through TAFE Western Sydney's ICT Academy, you could be graduating and entering the workforce sooner with not one, but two nationally recognised qualifications.
Master of Business Administration
TAFE NSW – Western Sydney Institute and Federation University of Australia (FedUni) have entered into a partnership that enables you to complete a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at your local campus.
TAFE NSW, has many credit transfer and course entry agreements with universities and higher education providers throughout Australia. Your TAFE course may make you eligible for credit transfer that can take up to two years off the normal time to complete the degree.
For more information about credit arrangements, visit the TAFE NSW website's section on Credit Pathways. Here you will find a list of more than 2000 credit arrangements with universities and higher education providers.