Bachelor Degree in Business Studies in Victoria in Australia

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Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

Business, Economics and Administration degrees will be related to the behaviour of resources in diverse types of environments. Students can expect to learn about the workings of markets in different levels, such as local economies or international trade; or can learn to be organizational leaders seeking to improve a corporation’s revenue, profit or image.

Australia has seven of the top 100 institution of higher learning in the world! Australia sits above the likes of Germany, the Netherlands and Japan, placing eighth in the Universitas 2012 U21 Ranking of National Higher Education Systems.

Victoria has eight universities and various government-run institutions that facilitate technical and further education. In addition, there is a state Library which is good for researchers undertaking higher education in the area.

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Bachelor of Commerce

Macquarie University
Campus Full time Part time 3 years January 2017 Australia North Ryde + 1 more

In this flexible degree you'll study management, marketing, finance and accounting all in your first year. You'll then complete one or two majors to... [+]

Bachelor of Commerce

Commerce, or business, is the exchange of goods or commodities. Gain a comprehensive understanding of all business functions, strategy and skills. Prepare for your career in business.In this flexible degree you'll study management, marketing, finance and accounting all in your first year.  You'll then complete one or two majors to develop depth in your chosen commerce discipline.Specialise in accounting, applied econometrics, demographics, marketing, public sector management, business information systems, decision science, commercial law, economics, finance, human resources or international business.

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Bachelor of Actuarial Studies

Macquarie University
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia North Ryde

First actuarial studies program in the English speaking world, longest running program (40 years) of its type in Australia. One-third to one-half of... [+]

Bachelor of Actuarial Studies

First actuarial studies program in the English speaking world, longest running program (40 years) of its type in Australia. One-third to one-half of qualified actuaries in Australia are Macquarie graduates.Actuaries analyse and manage the financial consequences of risky events. All sorts of risks: Risk of Death / Sickness, Natural Hazards (cyclone, earthquake, bushfire) Financial Risks (shares, bonds, exchange rates). Actuaries analyse and manage the risks of financial contracts, insurance and retirement funds. They also help manage and control financial institutions. Actuaries relate numbers to real life.In this actuarial studies degree you’ll learn to conduct mathematical, statistical, economic and financial analysis to a range of practical problems faced in long-term financial planning and management.Very strong industry links through capstone and professional subjects including the actuarial control cycle.... [-]


Bachelor of Economics

Macquarie University
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia North Ryde

In this degree you'll study macroeconomic and microeconomic principles, statistics, economic policy and international economics. The main focus... [+]

Bachelor of Economics

Economics deals with the production, distribution, consumption and management of goods and services. It explores how decisions made by producers, consumers, businesses and governments affect our society.In this degree you'll study macroeconomic and microeconomic principles, statistics, economic policy and international economics. The main focus is on problem solving, critical thinking and the development of high level technical and analytical skills.

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Provides rigorous training in problem solving, critical thinking and the development of high-level technical and analytical skills Suitable for students looking for a rewarding career in many areas of business, finance, industry or government. Study subjects from other areas including politics, languages, philosophy or sociology. Step straight into the workforce with microeconomic, macroeconomic and econometric skills. ... [-]

Bachelor of Applied Finance

Macquarie University
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia North Ryde

In this applied finance degree you'll study economics, accounting and current financial theory. You'll learn mathematical techniques such... [+]

Bachelor of Applied Finance

Finance is the study of the management of money, banking, investment and credit. These areas are complex, and people working in the financial sector require specialist training to excel in their career. This finance course is designed specifically for students to gain practical and job-ready financial skills.In this applied finance degree you'll study economics, accounting and current financial theory. You'll learn mathematical techniques such as probability or statistics and how to analyse results. The Applied Finance degree has a focus on applying these skills to real financial organisations, markets and instruments.

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Bachelor of Commerce - Professional Accounting

Macquarie University
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia Sydney

This accounting degree will prepare you to practise as an accountant. You will learn the essential accounting knowledge and a range of business related... [+]

Bachelor of Commerce - Professional Accounting

Accounting is the collection, measurement and communication of economic information which is used for planning, reporting and decision making. Accountants are employed in all areas of commerce, industry and government.This accounting degree will prepare you to practise as an accountant. You will learn the essential accounting knowledge and a range of business related skills in information technology, statistics, economics, commercial law and financial management.Macquarie University is the largest qualified accounting graduate provider in NSW. In April 2013 we graduated 568 bachelor of professional accounting students and 166 masters students.... [-]


Bachelor of Business

Australian School of Management
Campus Full time 3 years February 2017 Australia Melbourne

A lecture at one of our campuses or digital campus is great for learning concepts, but when it comes to applying those concepts to real-life situations, nothing beats getting out there and experiencing it first-hand. This is why, when you get your business degree with us, you can expect plenty of practical opportunities that are designed to get you out of the classroom and into a job. [+]

Overview A lecture at one of our campuses or digital campus is great for learning concepts, but when it comes to applying those concepts to real-life situations, nothing beats getting out there and experiencing it first-hand. This is why, when you get your business degree with us, you can expect plenty of practical opportunities that are designed to get you out of the classroom and into a job. From the basics (think Marketing and Accounting) through to the more in-depth units like Strategic Management and International Business, you can expect comprehensive coverage of all the things you’ll need to know. You’ll also get to learn from passionate educators while surrounded by cohort of like-minded peers, who will form your network to offer the support you need to succeed. A focus on digital impacts will mean you’ll be equipped to deal with any challenge or opportunity that is thrown your way in a world connected by technology. And the best part? In your final semester you get the exciting opportunity to engage in a unique and guaranteed internship, working alongside experienced industry leaders. This is all arranged by our internship coordinator, so you can focus on applying your knowledge. So whether you want to become a Project Manager, a Strategic Analyst or a Sales and Marketing Manager, you’ll get the right start to your career when you embark on a Bachelor of Business with ASM. Course Structure The Bachelor of Business offers a combination of core units and cutting-edge electives, allowing you to further explore your interests and align your study with personal career goals. The elective units are available face-to-face or online. Course content is frequently reviewed to ensure industry relevance. Duration: 3 years full-time (part-time study available) Units: 22 units 10 core units (90 Credit Points) 8 major units (90 Credit Points) 4 elective units (36 Credit Points) Course Requirements: 216 credit points Delivery Modes: Campus: Perth (Domestic and international students) Melbourne (Domestic and international students) Online: Study anywhere, anytime online (Domestic students and offshore international students only) Course Mode: All units are available face-to-face and elective units are available both face-to-face and online Student Internship As part of this bachelor’s degree, you will work with the Internship Coordinator to gain key industry experience. Our internship program allows you to apply your theoretical knowledge to real-life situations while gaining relevant experience and making industry contacts. High-performing students are offered the chance to complete their internship overseas. In the past, students have travelled to Canada, Mauritius and Malaysia. We are continually looking to increase the number of organisations we partnership with, in both Australia and internationally. Degree Units First Year Units MGT106 Contemporary Communications for Organisations (Core) MGT102 Management Principles (Core) MKT101 Marketing Principles and Practices (Core) MGT107 Digital Literacy and Social Media (Core) ACC101 Introductory Accounting (Core) ITT101 Management Information Systems (Core) MGT104 Organisational Behaviour (Major) MGT105 Leadership and Motivation (Major) Second Year Units MGT202 Human Resources Management (Core) MKT201 International Marketing (Major) ACC201 Management Accounting in the Digital Economy (Major) 200 Elective Unit (Elective) LAW201 Social, Legal and Ethical Issues for Business (Core) MGT207 Digital Analytics (Major) 200 Elective Unit (Elective) 200 / 300 Elective Unit (Elective) Third Year Units MGT301 Strategic Management (Core) MGT302 Business Economics (Core) MGT303 International Business (Major) 300 Elective Unit (Elective) INT301 Internship I - Double Weighted Unit (Major) INT302 Internship II - Double Weighted Unit (Major) Elective Units LAW202 Business Law LAW204 Taxation Law and Practice MGT201 Services Management MGT203 Information Gathering and Analytics MGT204 Entrepreneurship MKT203 Consumer Behaviour MGT304 Innovation Adoption and Implementation MGT306 Self-Directed Project MKT302 Digital Marketing Admission Requirements The Australian School of Management (ASM) upholds the principle that all applicants seeking to enrol are treated fairly and equitably. To ensure this, ASM has open, fair, clear and transparent student selection and admissions procedures. Applicants will be selected through the merit based admission requirements detailed below. Applicants for ASM degrees are required to meet at least one of the following entry requirements: Successful completion of Year 12 (with ATAR) or equivalent; or Satisfactory completion of an approved Tertiary Preparation Program, Tertiary Orientation Program, or a Foundation Year Program offered by an accredited institution of higher education (“satisfactory completion” means with at least a “Pass” grade if a graded assessment pathway has been undertaken or “Competency Achieved” if a VET pathway has been undertaken); or Satisfactory completion of one year of accredited full-time study at an institute of tertiary education (“satisfactory completion” means with at least a “Pass” grade if a graded assessment pathway has been undertaken or “Competency Achieved” if a VET pathway has been undertaken); or Having reached the age of 21 (Mature Age Entry) and possessing an employment background deemed suitable by the Admissions Manager / Dean such as to give the applicant reasonable prospects for completing the degree (“suitable employment background” means 3 or more years of supervisory or management experience in Business or Hotel Management); or Having reached a standard of education deemed suitable by the Admissions Manager / Dean as to be the equivalent of completion of Year 12 (with ATAR). In addition, all students must be 18 years of age or over at the time that they commence the degree for which they have applied. English Requirements International students whose first language is not English must demonstrate competency in the English language. English proficiency can be demonstrated by providing proof of an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) overall test result of 6.0 (with no band less than 5.5) or equivalent. Other acceptable evidence of English proficiency includes: Completion of secondary education undergraduate degree via the medium of English; or Successful completion of Year 12 secondary schooling in Australia (minimum of 1 school year to be completed in Australia within the last 2 years); or Successful completion of an Australian qualification recognised as at least AQF Certificate IV (minimum period of study of 1 school year within the last 2 years); or Successful completion of a Tertiary Studies Foundation Program (minimum period of study of 1 school year); or International students who do not meet the specified English proficiency requirements can undertake an ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students program prior to undertaking the course at ASM; or Pearson Test of English Academic (Pearson); or Cambridge English (Advanced) from Cambridge ESOL (Cambridge). Applicants who do not meet the above requirements may enrol in the Full-time General English course at the Australian English Language Centre. This course meets the requirements for a student visa. “ASM has been a great experience – they've combined theory with a great range of practical experiences, both inside the classroom and out. With the help of ASM, the staff, my colleagues and the internship program, I’m at the start of a new journey.” Kirsty Leisha Hearn Bachelor of Business [-]

Bachelor Of Business (Community Services Management)

Stott's Colleges
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years March 2017 Australia Melbourne + 1 more

The Bachelor of Business (Community Services Management) is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of business practices in the community sector. Graduates will have the knowledge and necessary skills required to work as a professional at management level in the community services sector. Graduates will have the necessary foundation knowledge and skills in community services management to continue to a relevant post-graduate Higher Education course at a university or non-university provider. [+]

Bachelors in Business Studies in Victoria in Australia. Bachelor Of Business (Community Services Management) The Bachelor of Business (Community Services Management) is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of business practices in the community sector. Graduates will have the knowledge and necessary skills required to work as a professional at management level in the community services sector. Graduates will have the necessary foundation knowledge and skills in community services management to continue to a relevant post-graduate Higher Education course at a university or non-university provider. Graduates of this course can further their career by gaining relevant management, marketing and HR skills necessary to manage or establish a business in the community sector. The degree comprises six semesters. There are two semesters each academic year. This means that the degree may be completed in three years. The maximum time that can be taken to complete the degree is six years of part time study (domestic students only). There are four subjects taught in each semester. These subjects are taught concurrently within the semester. In most cases subjects studied in first and second semester of the first year only are prerequisites for the subjects studied later in the degree. The following tables show the sequence of subjects studied. Students commencing their studies from semester 2 or 3 study the even semester (2, 4 and 6) before the odd semester (1, 3, 5) throughout their studies. Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 ACC103 Accounting for Business Decisions 1 CSM211 Manage the Quality of Direct Client Work Elective COM201 Business Communication CSM301 Manage Reflection & Professional Development Practices MAN302 Preparation of a Business Plan BIS101 Business Information Systems LAW101 Fundamentals of Law LAW201 Business & Company Law HRM202 HRM and the Law CSM302 Provide Supervision & Debriefing to Staff MAN301 Strategic Management MAN101 Introduction to Management ECO101 Foundations of Economics MAN204 Organisational Behaviour CSM212 Manage Cultural Diversity WIL301 Work Integrated Learning ACC302 Corporate Finance MRK101 Introduction to Marketing HRM101 Introduction to HRM CSM303 Welfare Law and Ethics Elective WIL301 Work Integrated Learning CSM304 Community Services Management ENTRY REQUIREMENTS When you apply for a place at Stott’s Colleges your application must be addressed to the Registrar. If you are applying for Recognition of Prior Learning the Registrar will forward your application to the Academic Board, or to a person delegated by the Academic Board, for assessment. FOR ENTRY INTO FIRST YEAR For Domestic Students: Evidence of successful completion of a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education to Year 12 or equivalent. This includes all Commonwealth State and Territory final year secondary school certificates of education, or international equivalent. A clearly-in ATAR of 68.00 or its equivalent and/or satisfactory completion of one year of full-time study at an approved institute of tertiary education. For International Students: International students must also demonstrate that they have English language ability equivalent to IELTS level 6. Competency to IELTS 6 means that the student has documentary evidence of having completed an IELTS exam at an official IELTS testing centre or an equivalent recognised English language test, within the previous twelve months of the student’s proposed start date for the Bachelor of Business and that the student was given an overall scoreof 6 with no single band lower than 5.5. (see policy -SER02 International Student Admission -Higher Education) Mature Age Entry: Mature Age students, who demonstrate capacity for successful study at a tertiary level through employment or educational experience, as judged by the Academic Board, may be admitted to the Bachelor courses. Credit Transfer/Advanced Standing: If you wish to apply for Credit transfer, you may do so if you meet the following criteria: Successful completion of the first year of study of a related Bachelor degree at an accredited tertiary education provider. Prior studies as part of a diploma or advanced diploma course. Other relevant study where there are articulation arrangements in place between Stott’s and the course provider. For further information, please refer to SAC31 Credit Transfer Policy –Higher Education, on the website. A list of Stott’s articulation agreements can be found here: Stott’s Colleges imposes the following limits on credit gained through the credit transfer process – (a)where your qualification was obtained overseas, you may receive a maximum of 8 subject credits towards your Stott’s course (b)where your qualification was obtained in Australia through two (2) or more years of study, you may receive a maximum of 16 subject credits towards your Stott’s course (c) where your qualification was obtained in other circumstances, you may receive a maximum of 12 subject credits towards your Stott’s course. Further details of Stott’s admission policies may be found at http://www.stotts.vic.edu.au/admissions#pap [-]

Bachelor Of Business (Accounting)

Stott's Colleges
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years March 2017 Australia Melbourne + 1 more

The Bachelor of Business (Accounting), with a major in accounting, provides students with the knowledge and information to move directly into a career as an Accountant either as an employee or a small business owner; or go onto further study at post-graduate level. It will also allow successful graduates to become eligible for membership CPA Australia and the Institute of Public Accountants. [+]

Bachelor Of Business (Accounting) The Bachelor of Business (Accounting), with a major in accounting, provides students with the knowledge and information to move directly into a career as an Accountant either as an employee or a small business owner; or go onto further study at post-graduate level. It will also allow successful graduates to become eligible for membership CPA Australia and the Institute of Public Accountants. The degree comprises six semesters. There are two semesters each academic year. This means that the degree may be completed in three years. The maximum time that can be taken to complete the degree is six years of part time study (domestic students only). The Bachelor of Business (Accounting) is fully recognised by CPA Australia and the Institute of Public Accountants with graduates able to be employed as Accountants as well as become eligible for membership. There are four subjects taught in each semester. These subjects are taught concurrently within the semester. In most cases subjects studied in first and second semester of the first year only are prerequisites for the subjects studied later in the degree. The following tables show the sequence of subjects studied. Students commencing their studies from semester 2 or 3 study the even semester (2, 4 and 6) before the odd semester (1, 3, 5) throughout their studies. Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 ACC103 Accounting for Business Decisions 1 ACC104 Accounting for Business Decisions 2 ACC202 Management Accounting COM201 Business Communication ACC305 Accounting Theory ACC303 Taxation BIS101 Business Information Systems LAW101 Fundamentals of law LAW202 Company Law ACC204 Corporate Accounting ACC306 Strategic and Sustainable Accounting ACC304 Auditing and Assurance MAN101 Introduction to Management ECO101 Foundations of Economics MAN204 Organisational Behaviour BST201 Business Statistics ACC302 Corporate Finance Elective MRK101 Introduction to Marketing HRM101 Introduction to HRM MRK201 Marketing Mix ACC203 Accounting Information Systems MAN301 Strategic Management MAN302 Preparation of a Business Plan ENTRY REQUIREMENTS When you apply for a place at Stott’s Colleges your application must be addressed to the Registrar. If you are applying for Recognition of Prior Learning the Registrar will forward your application to the Academic Board, or to a person delegated by the Academic Board, for assessment. FOR ENTRY INTO FIRST YEAR For Domestic Students: Evidence of successful completion of a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education to Year 12 or equivalent. This includes all Commonwealth State and Territory final year secondary school certificates of education, or international equivalent. A clearly-in ATAR of 68.00 or its equivalent and/or satisfactory completion of one year of full-time study at an approved institute of tertiary education. For International Students: International students must also demonstrate that they have English language ability equivalent to IELTS level 6. Competency to IELTS 6 means that the student has documentary evidence of having completed an IELTS exam at an official IELTS testing centre or an equivalent recognised English language test, within the previous twelve months of the student’s proposed start date for the Bachelor of Business and that the student was given an overall scoreof 6 with no single band lower than 5.5. (see policy -SER02 International Student Admission -Higher Education) Mature Age Entry: Mature Age students, who demonstrate capacity for successful study at a tertiary level through employment or educational experience, as judged by the Academic Board, may be admitted to the Bachelor courses. Credit Transfer/Advanced Standing: If you wish to apply for Credit transfer, you may do so if you meet the following criteria: Successful completion of the first year of study of a related Bachelor degree at an accredited tertiary education provider. Prior studies as part of a diploma or advanced diploma course. Other relevant study where there are articulation arrangements in place between Stott’s and the course provider. For further information, please refer to SAC31 Credit Transfer Policy –Higher Education, on the website. A list of Stott’s articulation agreements can be found here: Stott’s Colleges imposes the following limits on credit gained through the credit transfer process – (a)where your qualification was obtained overseas, you may receive a maximum of 8 subject credits towards your Stott’s course (b)where your qualification was obtained in Australia through two (2) or more years of study, you may receive a maximum of 16 subject credits towards your Stott’s course (c) where your qualification was obtained in other circumstances, you may receive a maximum of 12 subject credits towards your Stott’s course. Further details of Stott’s admission policies may be found at http://www.stotts.vic.edu.au/admissions#pap [-]

Bachelor of Business

Stott's Colleges
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 6 years March 2017 Australia Melbourne + 1 more

The Bachelor of Business is designed to give students a broad understanding of Business practices and principles as well as general business theory. [+]

Bachelors in Business Studies in Victoria in Australia. Bachelor of Business The Bachelor of Business is designed to give students a broad understanding of Business practices and principles as well as general business theory. Career outcomes within the following sectors HR Recruitment Private or Government Corporate The degree comprises six semesters. There are two semesters each academic year. This means that the degree may be completed in three years. The maximum time that can be taken to complete the degree is six years of part time study (domestic students only). There are four subjects taught in each semester. These subjects are taught concurrently within the semester. In most cases subjects studied in first and second semester of the first year only are prerequisites for the subjects studied later in the degree. The following tables show the sequence of subjects studied. Students commencing their studies from semester 2 or 3 study the even semester (2, 4 and 6) before the odd semester (1, 3, 5) throughout their studies. Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4 Semester 5 Semester 6 ACC103 Accounting for Business Decisions 1 Elective Minor subject COM201 Business Communication ACC302 Corporate Finance MAN302 Preparation of the business plan BIS101 Business Information Systems LAW101 Fundamentals of law LAW202 Company Law Elective Elective Elective MAN101 Introduction to Management ECO101 Foundations of Economics MAN204 Organisational Behaviour Minor subject Minor subject Minor subject MRK101 Introduction to Marketing HRM101 Introduction to Human Resource Management MRK201 Marketing Mix Elective MAN301 Strategic Management Elective ENTRY REQUIREMENTS When you apply for a place at Stott’s Colleges your application must be addressed to the Registrar. If you are applying for Recognition of Prior Learning the Registrar will forward your application to the Academic Board, or to a person delegated by the Academic Board, for assessment. FOR ENTRY INTO FIRST YEAR For Domestic Students: Evidence of successful completion of a Senior Secondary Certificate of Education to Year 12 or equivalent. This includes all Commonwealth State and Territory final year secondary school certificates of education, or international equivalent. A clearly-in ATAR of 68.00 or its equivalent and/or satisfactory completion of one year of full-time study at an approved institute of tertiary education. For International Students: International students must also demonstrate that they have English language ability equivalent to IELTS level 6. Competency to IELTS 6 means that the student has documentary evidence of having completed an IELTS exam at an official IELTS testing centre or an equivalent recognised English language test, within the previous twelve months of the student’s proposed start date for the Bachelor of Business and that the student was given an overall scoreof 6 with no single band lower than 5.5. (see policy -SER02 International Student Admission -Higher Education) Mature Age Entry: Mature Age students, who demonstrate capacity for successful study at a tertiary level through employment or educational experience, as judged by the Academic Board, may be admitted to the Bachelor courses. Credit Transfer/Advanced Standing: If you wish to apply for Credit transfer, you may do so if you meet the following criteria: Successful completion of the first year of study of a related Bachelor degree at an accredited tertiary education provider. Prior studies as part of a diploma or advanced diploma course. Other relevant study where there are articulation arrangements in place between Stott’s and the course provider. For further information, please refer to SAC31 Credit Transfer Policy –Higher Education, on the website. A list of Stott’s articulation agreements can be found here: Stott’s Colleges imposes the following limits on credit gained through the credit transfer process – (a)where your qualification was obtained overseas, you may receive a maximum of 8 subject credits towards your Stott’s course (b)where your qualification was obtained in Australia through two (2) or more years of study, you may receive a maximum of 16 subject credits towards your Stott’s course (c) where your qualification was obtained in other circumstances, you may receive a maximum of 12 subject credits towards your Stott’s course. Further details of Stott’s admission policies may be found at http://www.stotts.vic.edu.au/admissions#pap 5 Reasons to start your Bachelor of Business Degree Over 100 years of quality and successful educational outcomes – means you are dealing with a trusted and prestigious institution. Smaller class sizes – Classes are smaller and interactive we understand when working full time or if you’re a small business owner that time is money, meaning your time is precious. We understand the different types of learning styles Auditory, Visual and Kinaesthetic. Stott’s Colleges is more of a boutique College where we specialise in business qualifications. Industry Experienced Professional Lecturers – means we understand industry needs and quality outcomes. Flexible course delivery – means daytime and weekend classes available. FEE-HELP is available for successful candidates – means that this is your “Pay as You Earn” opportunity. [-]

Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management)

Le Cordon Bleu Australia
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia Perth

Launch yourself into the expanding tourism sector, an industry that is experiencing niche growth in culinary and gastronomic tourism and event management. Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) combines global trends and perspectives with a focus on local development, human resources skills with people-oriented and cross-cultural communication. [+]

Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) Launch yourself into the expanding tourism sector, an industry that is experiencing niche growth in culinary and gastronomic tourism and event management. Bachelor of Business (Tourism Management) combines global trends and perspectives with a focus on local development, human resources skills with people-oriented and cross-cultural communication. Tourism has developed into a sophisticated and flexible industry, supported by significant budgets, cutting edge technologies and complex logistics. There are many and diverse employment opportunities available to our graduates, such as IT, marketing, supply chain economics, or even the development of food and wine trails or conservation. A tourism manager needs to be a hands-on innovator who can deconstruct problems from a range of different perspectives, recognise what it takes to progress, and take the lead. Offered in: Perth Career paths Tourism Officer, Adventure Tour Operator, Destination Marketing Specialist, Small Business Entrepreneur, Business Development Manager, Rostering Supervisor, Human Resources Coordinator, General Manager, Business Development Manager, Rooms Division Manager, Maître D’hôtel, Events Manager. Program structure STAGE 1: ON-CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Communication Accounting Principles and Practices Introduction to Tourism Food and Beverage Service Sustainable, Cultural and Eco-Tourism Gastronomic Tourism Experience Tourism Business Planning STAGE 2: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 1 (Practical) Professional Experience 1 (Theory) STAGE 3: ON CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Tourism Management and Information Technology Tourism Planning and Development Human Resource Management Introduction to Marketing Hospitality Financial Management Economic Principles Service Industry Theory and Practice Media Management, Sponsorship and Evaluation STAGE 4: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 2 (Practical) Professional Experience 2 (Theory) STAGE 5: ON CAMPUS (12 MONTHS) Strategic Management Entrepreneurship and Business Management Risk Management Destination Branding and Marketing Business Law for Tourism and Events Major Events and Tourism Ethical Management for Tourism and Events Creative Thinking and Innovation PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (2 x 6 MONTHS) Apply the skills and techniques learned on-campus during your course of study in a real hospitality business. With assistance from Le Cordon Bleu’s Career Services team, your work-based learning experiences will become the foundation for an exciting career in the hospitality industry. Key information Duration: 3 Years (Full-Time) Tuition fees: AUD$75,976 Age: 18 English proficiency: 6.0 Academic IELTS with no band score below 5.5. Entry requirements: Satisfactory completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent interstate/overseas secondary education is required. Applicants must be 18 years of age when the course commences. [-]

Bachelor of Business (Convention and Event Management)

Le Cordon Bleu Australia
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia Perth

Bachelor of Business (Convention and Event Management) offers you the opportunity to enter the exciting world of event management, a sector that has matured in recent years in Australia and is increasingly playing a significant role in the creation of working business profiles, public relations campaigns and employee professional development. [+]

Bachelors in Business Studies in Victoria in Australia. Bachelor of Business (Convention and Event Management) Bachelor of Business (Convention and Event Management) offers you the opportunity to enter the exciting world of event management, a sector that has matured in recent years in Australia and is increasingly playing a significant role in the creation of working business profiles, public relations campaigns and employee professional development. Program and product launches, conferences, exhibitions and various other business-related and social events all fall within the event managers’ role. Festivals themselves are also a growth market, as more and more communities are realising the potential for income represented by events held in their town or locality. ‘Business tourism’ or ‘business events’ implies meetings, incentive travel, convention and exhibition industries, the most significant portion of which is the meetings industry, a multi-billion dollar enterprise worldwide. Offered in: Perth Career paths Small Business Entrepreneur, Banquet Sales Co-ordinator, Corporate Hospitality Supervisor, Consultant to the Events Industry, Function Co-ordinator, Special Events Manager, Destination Marketing Specialist, Wedding Planner, Professional Conference Organiser, Marketing Manager – Events, Arts & Festival Management. Program structure STAGE 1: ON-CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Communication Accounting Principles and Practices Introduction to Tourism, Convention and Event Management Food and Beverage Service The Event Experience Convention & Event Planning and Operations Event Concepts, Scope and Objectives STAGE 2: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 1 (Practical) Professional Experience 1 (Theory) STAGE 3: ON CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Exhibitions Convention and Event Design Human Resource Management Introduction to Marketing Hospitality Financial Management Economic Principles Media Management, Sponsorship and Evaluation STAGE 4: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 1 (Practical) Professional Experience 2 (Theory) STAGE 5: ON CAMPUS (12 MONTHS) Strategic Management Entrepreneurship and Business Management Risk Management Destination Branding and Marketing Business Law for Tourism and Events Major Events and Tourism Ethical Management for Tourism and Events Creative Thinking and Innovation PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (2 x 6 months) Apply the skills and techniques learned on-campus during your course of study in a real hospitality business. With assistance from Le Cordon Bleu’s Career Services team, your work-based learning experiences will become the foundation for an exciting career in the hospitality industry. Key information Duration: 3 Years (Full-Time) Tuition fees: AUD$78,734 Age: 18 English proficiency: 6.0 Academic IELTS with no band score below 5.5. Entry requirements: Satisfactory completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent interstate/overseas secondary education is required. Applicants must be 18 years of age when the course commences. [-]

Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship)

Le Cordon Bleu Australia
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia Adelaide

Our three-year innovative Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship) will enable you to build your essential knowledge of food quality, artisan food production and sensory skills, as well as the business acumen to become a successful food entrepreneur. [+]

Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship) Food entrepreneurship is what happens when brilliant food ideas lead to gastronomic invention. Our three-year innovative Bachelor of Business (Food Entrepreneurship) will enable you to build your essential knowledge of food quality, artisan food production and sensory skills, as well as the business acumen to become a successful food entrepreneur. During this program, extensive kitchen and tasting laboratory sessions, and practical workshops, are conducted by award-winning culinary artisans in the arts of arts of cheese and sour dough bread-making, small-batch brewing, confectionery, chocolate manufacture and smallgoods production. Offered in: Adelaide Career paths Food design and innovation, product development, food consultancy, food retail/wholesale/marketing/branding, small business management. Program structure STAGE 1: ON-CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Fundamentals of Gastronomic Practice Food Production Communication Wine Fundamentals Food and Beverage Management Finance 1 Stage 1 Industry Workshop Management Concepts STAGE 2: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 1 (Theory) Professional Experience 1 STAGE 3: ON CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Introduction To Marketing Finance 2 Human Resource Management Professional Gastronomic Practice Food Quality Management Food Production - Product Development Food Merchandising STAGE 4: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 2 (Theory) Professional Experience 2 STAGE 5: ON CAMPUS (12 MONTHS) Advanced Marketing Leadership and Management In Action Hospitality Business Law Entrepreneurship and Business Management Strategic Management Ethical Food and Wine Business Quality Service Management Food and Wine Philosophy PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE You will apply the skills and techniques learned on-campus in a real hospitality business. With assistance from Le Cordon Bleu’s Career Services team, these work-based learning experiences will become the foundation for an exciting career in the hospitality industry. Key information Duration: Three years full time. Tuition fees: AUD$82,551 Age: 18 English proficiency: 6.0 Academic IELTS with no band score below 5.5. Entry requirements: Satisfactory completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent interstate/overseas secondary education is required. Applicants must be 18 years of age when the course commences. All direct entry Stage 3 students must undertake the Le Cordon Bleu Bridging Course, a one-week program offered immediately before each semester. [-]

Bachelor of Business (International Restaurant Management)

Le Cordon Bleu Australia
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia Adelaide

Welcome to the world of hospitality in business. Become a creative leader in the fast-paced world of restaurant management. With Le Cordon Bleu you’ll learn to bring the best of people skills, knowledge and conceptual understanding to the realities of creating and running a successful restaurant. [+]

Bachelors in Business Studies in Victoria in Australia. Bachelor of Business (International Restaurant Management) Welcome to the world of hospitality in business. Become a creative leader in the fast-paced world of restaurant management. With Le Cordon Bleu you’ll learn to bring the best of people skills, knowledge and conceptual understanding to the realities of creating and running a successful restaurant. The Bachelor of Business (International Restaurant Management) will teach you critical analysis of management styles, and the strategic thinking required to succeed in this industry. Pragmatic business simulations and two professional work-based opportunities will help you shape your career. You’ll gain professional experience, knowledge and skills in real work environments. Offered in: Adelaide and Sydney Career paths Restaurant Manager, Banquet Manager, Food & Beverage Manager, Financial Controller, Catering Manager, Bar/Café owner. Program structure STAGE 1: ON-CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Kitchen Operations Management Food and Beverage Service Communication Wine Fundamentals Food and Beverage Management Finance 1 Stage 1 Industry Workshop Management Concepts STAGE 2: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 1 (Theory) Professional Experience 1 STAGE 3: ON CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Introduction To Marketing Finance 2 Human Resource Management The Hospitality Experience Restaurant Concepts and Management Food Quality Management Culinary Practice STAGE 4: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 2 (Theory) Professional Experience 2 STAGE 5: ON CAMPUS (12 MONTHS) Advanced Marketing Leadership and Management in Action Hospitality Business Law Entrepreneurship and Business Management Strategic Management Quality Service Management Decision Making For Managers Food and Wine Philosophy PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (2 x 6 MONTHS) You will apply the skills and techniques learned on-campus in a real hospitality business. With assistance from Le Cordon Bleu’s Career Services team, these work-based learning experiences will become the foundation for an exciting career in the hospitality industry. Key information Duration: Three years full time, with four stages of six-month semesters, and a final stage taken over 12 months (2 semesters). Each semester is normally 20 to 22 weeks of scheduled classes. Tuition fees: AUD$82,072 Age: 18 English proficiency: 6.0 Academic IELTS with no band score below 5.5. Entry requirements: Satisfactory completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent interstate/overseas secondary education. Applicants must be 18 years of age when the course commences. All direct entry Stage 3 students must undertake the Le Cordon Bleu Bridging Course, a one-week program offered immediately before each semester. [-]

Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management)

Le Cordon Bleu Australia
Campus Full time 3 years January 2017 Australia Adelaide

Through the Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management) you’ll learn to bring the best of people skills, knowledge and conceptual understanding to the realities of the hotel and resort industry. [+]

Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management) Welcome to the world of hospitality in business. Become a creative leader in the exhilarating and dynamic industry that is hotel management. Through the Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management) you’ll learn to bring the best of people skills, knowledge and conceptual understanding to the realities of the hotel and resort industry. You’ll learn critical analysis of management styles, and the strategic thinking required to succeed in this industry. Pragmatic business simulations and two professional work-based opportunities will help you shape your career. You’ll gain professional experience, knowledge and skills in real work environments. The Bachelor of Business (International Hotel Management) is delivered through a combination of lectures and tutorials conducted at the TAFE SA Regency International Centre for Tourism, Hospitality and Food Studies in South Australia and the TAFE NSW, Northern Sydney Institute, Ryde College in New South Wales. Offered in: Adelaide or Sydney Career paths Rostering Supervisor, Human Resources Coordinator, Recruitment Manager, Training Manager, Human Resources Manager, Director of Human Resources, Resort Management, General Manager. Program structure STAGE 1: ON-CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Kitchen Operations Management Food and Beverage Service Communication Wine Fundamentals Food and Beverage Management Finance 1 Housekeeping Management Concepts STAGE 2: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 1 (Theory) Professional Experience 1 (Practical) STAGE 3: ON CAMPUS (6 MONTHS) Introduction To Marketing Finance 2 Human Resource Management The Hospitality Experience International Hotels and Events Rooms Division Management Management Information Systems STAGE 4: PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2 (6 MONTHS) Professional Experience 2 (Theory) Professional Experience 2 (Practical) STAGE 5: ON CAMPUS (12 MONTHS) Advanced Marketing Leadership and Management in Action Hospitality Business Law Entrepreneurship and Business Management Strategic Management Quality Service Management Decision Making For Managers Strategies In Globalised Hospitality PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (2 x 6 MONTHS) You’ll apply the skills and techniques learned on-campus in a real hospitality business. With assistance from Le Cordon Bleu’s Career Services team, these work-based learning experiences will become the foundation for an exciting career in the hospitality industry. Key information Duration: Three years full time, with four stages of six-month semesters, and a final stage taken over 12 months (2 semesters). Each semester is normally 20 to 22 weeks of scheduled classes. Tuition fees: AUD$80,351 Age: 18 English proficiency: 6.0 Academic IELTS with no band score below 5.5. Entry requirements: Satisfactory completion of Australian Year 12 or equivalent interstate/overseas secondary education. Applicants must be 18 years of age when the course commences. All direct entry Stage 3 students must undertake the Le Cordon Bleu Bridging Course, a one-week program offered immediately before each semester. [-]

Bachelor of Business (Accounting and Finance)

La Trobe University
Campus Full time 3 years March 2017 Australia Melbourne

Combine a strong foundation in business with a double major in accounting and finance through this course. You'll graduate with a professionally accredited major in accounting as well as knowledge and skills in corporate finance, international finance, risk management and investment and portfolio management. [+]

Bachelors in Business Studies in Victoria in Australia. Combine a strong foundation in business with a double major in accounting and finance through this course. You'll graduate with a professionally accredited major in accounting as well as knowledge and skills in corporate finance, international finance, risk management and investment and portfolio management. Over three years, you'll learn key business principles, build an understanding of accounting systems, develop the skills for good decision-making, understand how to plan and control business finances, and gain an appreciation of sustainability issues and entrepreneurship. Our close connections to business and industry partners including Deloitte, PwC and ANZ Bank will help you build your professional network while you study. English Language Requirements IELTS (Academic) score of 6.0 with no individual band score less than 6.0; TOEFL Paper-based Test - a minimum overall score of 550 with a score of 5 or more in the Test of Written English; TOEFL Internet-based Test - a minimum overall score of 60 with a minimum for SLR 18; W 22; Satisfactory completion of the English for Further Studies Advanced Stage 5B (EFS5 UG minimum 60 per cent) which is available from La Trobe Melbourne. La Trobe Melbourne; for more information please visit the La Trobe Melbourne website; La Trobe Melbourne Foundation Studies: 60 per cent final result in a course; English as the language of instruction in tertiary studies may be accepted. Please note: English as the language of instruction in previous study will not be accepted as a basis of admission (English) for courses where the approved test score requirement is above an IELTS 6.5 with no band score lower than 6.0. Pearson Test of English (Academic) (PTE): a minimum score of 57 with no communicative skill score less than 50. Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): a grade of B or higher. Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): a pass grade of C or higher; Or approved international equivalent. Academic entry requirements LTM Foundation Studies - 60 Aust. Yr 12 (ATAR) 2014 (indicative only) - 50 International Baccalaureate - 24 GCE A Levels - 7 HKDSE - 2 x Level 4 Sri Lankan A Levels - CCC STPM - 8 Norway Upper Secondary Certificate - 3.5 Sweden Slutbetyg - G All Indian Sen SC (Best 5 Subjects) - 60 Vietnam (Year 12) - 8 Indonesia (SMA) - 7.5 GAC Cert. IV - GPA 2.6 GAOKAO - see: the website If you do not meet these entry requirements you might be interested in La Trobe's Foundation Studies and Diploma Programs, which provide an alternative pathway to La Trobe's undergraduate programs. For more information please visit the La Trobe Melbourne website. Subject prerequisite Units 3 and 4: a study score of at least 25 in English (EAL) or 20 in any other English. Applicants with comparable qualifications will be considered. Professional recognition Once you graduate, you'll be eligible to join professional bodies like CPA Australia, the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia (ICAA), the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA), and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Career opportunities Our graduates have found work in companies like BHP Billiton, Imarex and Accenture Australia as financial analysts, derivatives brokers and consultants. [-]