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  • Bachelor Degree 3 years; Bachelor Hons +1 year.
  • Double degree, usually 4 years.
  • Advanced Diploma 2 years /Certificate 1 year.
  • Tuition semester: AU$ 5,650.
  • Tuition year: AU$ 26,000.
  • Work part time while you study.

Art Enterprise.

Careers. Arts Marketing, Gallery, Audience Development, Sponsorships, Business Development, Communications, Venue Manager.

  • Bachelor of Arts (Arts Management), Edith Cowan University. Provides a foundation in business theory and practice for the arts industry. The program is specifically industry focused.
  • Bachelor of Arts-Bachelor of Business, (4 years) – double degree, James Cook University. A joint degree in arts and business will give you the broad, well rounded educational experience that you get from the BA coupled with practical and professional business skills.
  • Bachelor of Arts / Bachelor of Business and Commerce, (4 years) - double degree, University of Western Sydney. Designed for students whose interests span the Arts and Business. Develop communication and personal skills, creativity and independent thought, adaptability to new situations and problem-solving skills.


Careers. Accounting, Banking, Economics, Finance, Financial services, International business, Management, Marketing, Marketing Communication.

  • Bachelor of Business, (2 years), Griffith University. Combines academic study with valuable industry experience and work-integrated learning.
  • Bachelor of Business, (Nathan campus, Gold Coast campus and Logan campus), Griffith University. Flexibility of completing your business degree at several campuses. Majors: Employment Relations, Human Resource Management and Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Nathan and Gold Coast), International Management and Sustainable Enterprise (Nathan), Management and Marketing (Nathan, Gold Coast and Logan).
  • Bachelor of Business, Edith Cowan University. Leadership, teamwork, critical thinking, communication and problem solving.
  • Bachelor of Business, La Trobe University. Offered at five campuses: Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Melbourne, Mildura, and Shepparton. Knowledge and skills necessary for a career in a wide range of areas within the private and public sectors.
  • Bachelor of Business, University of Technology Sydney. Provides an understanding of important aspects of business and offers a wide choice of majors and sub-majors.
  • Bachelor of Business (specialisation), Central Queensland University. Study 6 core business courses focusing on the essential skills required in all areas of business and then choose one area of specialisation from marketing, management, human resources management, information systems, procurement and supply, tourism or aviation.
  • Bachelor of Business, William Blue College of Hospitality Management. This course covers marketing, finance, strategic management and business law, and electives in resort management and events.
  • Bachelor of Business, APM College of Business and Communication. Business knowledge, combined with electives in marketing, public relations, events and advertising, gives varied career options and a chance to specialise in a specific area.
  • Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Business (double degree), Griffith University. Develop your existing musical talent as well as the necessary business skills required for working in the music industry.
  • Griffith Business School Double Degree Program, (Gold Coast campus and Nathan Campus), Griffith University. Design your business studies by combining any two of the business 'single' degrees.
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business (double degree), Griffith University. Acquire management skills in conjunction with skills in subject areas including the humanities, social sciences, languages, media and creative arts.
  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business, Edith Cowan University. The double degree provides students with lifelong transferable skills, equipping them for employment in a wide range of business professions and for further study in a variety of disciplines.
  • Bachelor of International Business, (Gold Coast campus and Nathan campus), Griffith University. International perspective on commercial strategies and operations, social, cultural and political dimensions, and language study.
  • Bachelor of Business and Commerce - International Business, University of Western Sydney. Designed to give you the business expertise and language proficiencies you need to succeed in international business.
  • Advanced Diploma of Business, William Angliss Institute. Advanced financial and knowledge information management, advertising, human resource management and business marketing.
  • Diploma of Business (20 weeks), Martin College. A practical program which allows you to develop general business skills across a wide range of business functions. Business Communication Skills, Market Evaluation, Human Resources Services, Marketing Essentials, HR Policy, Market Trends, Project Management, Information Management Systems.
  • Diploma of Business, (8 months), APM College of Business and Communication. Fundamental knowledge in business areas such as accounting, economics, marketing, management principles, PR, service industry and marketing communications.
  • Diploma of Business, Perth Institute of Business and Technology. It consists of the same units and structure that makes up first year of ECU’s Bachelor of Business.
  • Diploma of Business, (40 weeks), Queensland International Business Academy (QIBA). An accredited vocational education and training award which meets the needs of both Australian and International students seeking employment in corporations in Australia and overseas.
  • Diploma of Business, (1,5 years), William Angliss Institute. This qualification gives you a broad knowledge base incorporating: advertising, human resource management, general administration and business marketing.
  • Diploma of Business, Southbank Institute of Technology. Your chance to undertake a cross section of subjects from management, human resources and marketing to provide a solid foundation for your future decision-making.
  • Diploma of Business, (1 year), James Cook University. Basic skills and knowledge in a range of business-related fields and offers a pathway to degree level study.
  • Diploma of Business, (1 year), Central Queensland University. Study business concepts of marketing, accounting, business computing and organisational behaviour, then choose four courses from: marketing, management, human resources management, procurement and supply or information systems.
  • Certificate IV in Business (15 weeks), Martin College. Strength in business writing, communication, and basic finance are essential skills employers look for.
  • Certificate IV in Business, William Angliss Institute. You will also gain a broad understanding of: business marketing, e-business, interpersonal communication, general administration, occupational health and safety, learning and development, wine studies and hotel reception services.
  • Certificate IV in Business, (26 weeks), Sarina Russo Schools. This qualification reflects the role of individuals who use well-developed administrative skills and a broad knowledge base in a wide variety of administrative contexts.
  • Certificate of Business, (6 months), James Cook University. An introductory course in business. You choose the 2 subjects from a list of choices, or any first year subject offered by the School of Business.

Business Administration/Management.

Careers. General Management, Leadership, Employment Relations, International Management, Consumer Behaviour, Franchising, Sales and Marketing, Small business ownership, Business Analyst, Recruitment Consultant, Project Manager.

  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Australian National University. Problem-solving and decision-making, leadership, cross-cultural communications and strategic thinking.
  • Bachelor of Business (Management), James Cook University. This course can be your launching pad for a successful career in business management. Learn how to manage a business, or to start your own.
  • Bachelor of Business and Commerce – Management, University of Western Sydney. Critical analytical skills in areas such as cross-cultural management, organisational analysis and design for improved performance, knowledge management, power and politics.
  • Bachelor of Business (Management), University of the Sunshine Coast. Specialised studies include project and event management, cross-cultural management, and leadership and team dynamics.
  • Advanced Diploma of Management (20 weeks), Martin College. Available at Brisbane, Gold Coast or Sydney campuses. Manage Change, leadership, Marketing Plan and Objectives, strategic Management, Manage OHS, Manage Finances, Accounting for Managers.
  • Advanced Diploma of Management, (1,5 years), Holmesglen. Students may apply for a nationally recognised qualification at various stages throughout the program, and will benefit from the opportunities each level will provide.
  • Diploma of Management, (6 months), APM College of Business and Communication. Practical training from industry professionals with a wealth of experience in the corporate world. Learn how to manage and motivate a team of employees, oversee successful and lucrative projects, and provide effective leadership across an organization.
  • Diploma of Management, Southbank Institute of Technology. Develop essential managerial skills, plus learn how to put in place future strategies for success. With employment from supervisor level to middle level manager in government or private industry.
  • Certificate IV in Frontline Management, Holmesglen. These nationally endorsed management courses will benefit individuals seeking new opportunities within their current industry and beyond.
  • Graduate Certificate in Management, William Angliss Institute. The program is delivered on three weekends over a 6-9 month period, supported by self-paced industry-based learning. Participants receive training materials and assessment tasks and are supported by a mentor/ assessor for the duration of the program.
  • Bachelor of Business (Executive Administration), Holmesglen. Structured to provide a bachelor level degree on the completion of 24 subjects. The degree incorporates an exit point upon the completion of 16 subjects, normally completed in 4 semesters, resulting in the award of the Associate Degree in Business (Executive Administration).
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Holmesglen. Study business management, economics, finance, technology, marketing, business communications, statistics, law and people management. The final year includes an applied New Venture Creation project.
  • Diploma of Business Administration, (1 year), Central Queensland University. If you want to learn how business works, to think, strategise and manage - a diploma in business may help you to that path.
  • Double Diploma (Management and Business Administration), (11 weeks), Sarina Russo Schools. Requires a sound theoretical knowledge base and managerial competencies to plan, carry out and evaluate own work and/or the work of a team.
  • Diploma of Business Administration, (6 months), Holmesglen. Provides students with skills in office administration. This course will benefit individuals who have completed their VCE, or those with some work experience, and want to pursue a career in administration.
  • Certificate IV in Business Administration, (1 year), Holmesglen. The software packages covered include work-processing, desktop publishing (full time students only), Access, Excel, MYOB and Project Management.
  • Certificate III in Business Administration, (6 months), Holmesglen. Upon completion of the Certificate III in Business Administration, students may progress into the Certificate IV and further Diploma qualifications. Study technology in the workplace, Business Resourses, workplace safety, organise schedules.


Careers. Business process re-engineering, Database design and administration, Data warehousing, Electronic commerce, End-user support and training, Networking and communication, Programming, Project management, Systems analysis, Technology management, Web design.

  • Bachelor of e-Business, La Trobe University. Interdisciplinary program covering areas in both information technology and business, and designed so that graduates will have the necessary IT skills for eBusiness along with the necessary supporting skills from business and media.

Event Management.

Careers. Event Management, International Conferences, Assemblies, IGO and NGO events, Festivals, Music, Sport Events.

  • Bachelor of Business (Event Management), La Trobe University. Combines a solid business degree with studies related to management and delivery of special events, such as arts/community festivals, meetings, conferences and tradeshows.
  • Bachelor of Business (Event Management), William Blue College of Hospitality Management. Learn how to manage, market and operate events from conception, to operation and post-production.
  • Bachelor of Business (Event Management), APM College of Business and Communication. Key concepts of event management, and offers valuable practical experience through industry internships.
  • Bachelor of Business (Event Management/Marketing), La Trobe University. Combination of marketing fundamentals with much sought after background in event management. Marketing, advertising, brand and product management coupled with effective management of events.
  • Bachelor of Business (Event Management/Tourism Management), La Trobe University. Comprehensive studies in both fields of event management and marketing, blending theoretical studies with solid practical work that allows students to plan, stage and evaluate an event related to tourism.
  • Bachelor of Management in Events and Leisure, University of Technology Sydney. Provides students with the knowledge and professional skills necessary to operate within the leisure industry.
  • Bachelor of Management (Honours) in Events and Leisure, University of Technology Sydney. Aims to develop, at an advanced undergraduate level, knowledge of leisure management through research; focuses on theory, applied/professional issues or some combination of these.
  • Advanced Diploma of Hospitality (Event Management Pathway), William Blue College of Hospitality Management. You get to participate in an 800-hour paid work placement program that is built into the final stages of the course. Learn how to develop the event concept, select the right venue, coordinate the food and beverage service and exceed the expectations of the client.
  • Advanced Diploma of Events - specialising in Industry Placement Program, William Angliss Institute. This course involves theoretical knowledge in marketing strategies; financial operations; managing human resources; property management; business planning; diversity; and sustainable events.
  • Advanced Diploma of Events, (2 years), William Angliss Institute. This qualification utilises the skills, knowledge and experiences learned so far and puts them into a management perspective.
  • Advanced Diploma of Events, Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in wide-ranging, highly specialised event management skills with a strategic research, planning and communication focus.
  • Advanced Diploma of Events - Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Graduates will be able to work in a range of organisations where event management takes place, including professional conference organisers, exhibition and event management companies, sporting associations, community organisations, hospitality and cultural venues.
  • Diploma of Venues and Events, Martin College. You´ll study: Market Evaluation, Event and Entertainment Industry Fundamentals, Operational Management, Management Skills for Events, Health and Safety, Applied Computing – Events, People Management, Event Development, Risk Management, Event Regulations, Accounting for Event Managers, On-Site Services, Project Management, Conference Programs, Marketing Essentials, Manage Event Staging, Organisational Leadership, Responsible Service of Alcohol.
  • Diploma of Events (1, 5 years), William Angliss Institute. You will work with clients on exhibitions, promotional displays, theming of functions in training restaurants and learn the intricacies of event protocol, developing conference programs and sourcing sponsorship.
  • Diploma of Events, Southbank Institute of Technology. Successful completion of the first 6 months will provide students with the Certificate III in Events. Be competent in a broad range of event management skills, including significant communication, planning and organisational skills.
  • Diploma of Events including Certificate III in Events (1 year), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Designed for overseas students. Communication, planning and organisational skills; successful completion could see you go on to work as an Event Coordinator, Venue Coordinator or Conference Coordinator.
  • Certificate III in Events (6 months), William Angliss Institute. A solid theoretical knowledge base with an introduction to the events industry and the vast array of products and services offered.
  • Certificate III in Events - High School Program, (2 years), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Provides the skills and knowledge for an individual to be competent in an administrative or operational events role.
  • Certificate III in Events - Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. Suitable for those who wish to pursue a career in the ever growing conference and events industry.
  • Course in Entertainment Operations, (6 months), William Angliss Institute. Students learn all about the operational side of staging an event, from promotion to preparation right through to show production. Can lead to a traineeship involving 12 months of paid employment in a Melbourne entertainment venue.

Sport Management.

Careers. Sport Management, Soccer, Golf, Tennis, Recreation Facility Manager, Outdoor and Adventure Recreation Program Coordinator, Youth and Children's Program Coordinator, Community Development Officer, Sport Association CEO, Sport Marketing and Sponsorship Manager, Player Manager.

Health Management.

Careers. Employee in medical administration in a general or medical specialist practice or hospital; analyst and manager of health information and systems.

  • Bachelor of Health Information Management (International), La Trobe University. Combining health information management, clinical classification and coding, casemix systems, health informatics-technology, and health data analysis. This course has a clinical (Professional Practice) component.
  • Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Health Information Management, La Trobe University. It deals with the business side of medicine, combining health, health information management and health informatics-technology disciplines, aiming to give graduates a wide choice of career specialisations.
  • Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical), (6 months), Holmesglen. Operating office equipment, Office 2007, Creating business documents, Managing time effectively, Procedures specific to medical administration, including Medilink, Interpret and apply medical terminology; and Prepare and process medical accounts.

Human Resource Management.

Careers. Human Resources Manager, Human Resources Consultant, Recruitment Officer, Training and Development Officer, Employment Relations Officer, Organisational Development Consultant, Management Consultant, Recruitment Consultant, Organisational Psychologist, Human Resource Case Manager.


Careers. Team Management; Team Motivation; General Management; Strategic planning, Research, Corporate/government relations, Public relations, Communication, Creative problem-solving, Critical thinking, Ethical conduct.

Trade and Commerce.

Careers. Import/Export, e-Commerce, Commodities, Policy Analyst, Business Trends, Commercial law, Foreign exchange trading, Stockbroking.

  • Bachelor of Commerce, Australian National University. Business reporting, financial and management accounting, commercial law, economics, finance, business information systems, and quantitative methods and techniques.
  • Bachelor of Commerce, Griffith University. Majors: Accounting, Financial Planning. You will be able to graduate in just two years.
  • Bachelor of Commerce, (Gold Coast campus and Nathan campus), Griffith University. Technical competencies and fundamental skills, particularly in effective communication, critical analysis, problem solving and teamwork.
  • Bachelor of Business and Commerce, University of Western Sydney. roviding a solid background in business and commerce, it gives you a broad range of skills and knowledge relevant to various markets, their environment and operations.
  • Bachelor of Business and Commerce / Bachelor of Laws, (5 years) – double degree, University of Western Sydney. Special emphasis is placed on the development of skills in advocacy, negotiation, legal drafting and legal research.
  • Bachelor of Commerce, University of the Sunshine Coast. In this program you major in accounting or financial planning and gain skills in business consulting and financial management.
  • Certificate IV in International Trade, (6 months), Holmesglen. Designed to address the needs of industry, and provides participants with practical and theoretical training in the area of international trade Possibility to undertake practical placement or work experience.
  • Certificate III in International Trade, (6 months), Holmesglen. Students who want to explore the range of roles available to them including the importation and exportation of goods, banking, shipping, customs or the government and service sectors will benefit from this program.

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