is open for testing and proctoring. We will resume classes when NYC enters Phase 4 which is currently expected on Monday, July 20th. Stay safe!
We are implementing the following safety protocols in our facilities during the COVID-19 pandemic:
- By appointment only. No walk-ins.
- Temperature screening of all individuals entering our facility.
- Face mask or face covering is required upon entering facility and during class/testing.
- Physical distancing of all individuals in check-in/waiting area, classroom, and testing room.
- Sanitizing and disinfectant supplies available.
FREE Official CompTIA Student Guides! The Official courseware comes with the A+, Network+, Security+, CIT1 and CIT2 courses. The courseware includes an eBook, PowerPoint Slides, assessment, videos, labs, etc. worth up to $317.
New 2020 CCNA!
The CCNA training covers the Next-level CCNA certification introduced in 2020. $899 tuition remains the same for limited time. The next course starts on Saturday, July 18th. Sign up now! | More »
, Veterans are now allowed to use the Post 9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33) for computer and network training courses in New York Business Institute. And can get reimbursed for certification exam fees. | More »
Cloud Complete Package
Learn all three major cloud platforms in one package. This 6-week course prepares the student for Microsoft Azure Administrator – Associate certification, AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner certification and Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer certification. | Details »
CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate)
CCNA is still an entry level Cisco certification, yet it is one of the most valuable and useful certifications in the IT field.
's course provides students IP (Internet Protocol) network fundamentals as well as skills required to install, configure operate and troubleshoot mid-sized routed and switched networks. | Details »
CompTIA A+ Certification is one of the most popular and famous certifications in the IT world. NYBI
has been offering hands-on PC Technician Training to New Yorkers who would like to get in to the information technology field for 20 years. | Details »