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Australia

James Cook University

Brisbane

Top Up Year

Experience a year in beautiful Queensland and “Top Up” your qualification to a Bachelor of Business from an internationally recognised top 2% university. Engage with business and industry by undertaking a Professional Internship as part of your degree program to enhance graduate outcomes and launch your career.

BTS-DUT Top Up Year is a one-year program with 9 subjects in total. Students must nominate one of the Business majors.
– International Business
– Hospitality and Tourism Management
– Management

Professional Internships
Jumpstart your career by gaining professional experience in Australia.
BU3101: Professional Internship is an innovative subject that enables you to apply theory in the workplace and gain practical skills to enhance graduate employment, equipping you with a competitive edge. Your professional internship will be organised through the university partner Joblinx, at no additional expense. All the work is done for you.
To ensure you gain the most from your international internship our trained career consultants will interview you to ensure the Internship placement is in line with your university studies as well as your career objectives.

Entry Requirements
Successful completion of BTS or DUT from a recognised French institution. Grade must be 55% and greater or equivalent.

Advanced standing of 15 subjects credit have been given to the following subjects.

DUT: Administrative and Commercial Management (Gestion administrative et commercial), Business Management and Administration (Gestion des enterprises et des administrations), Marketing Techniques (Techniques de commercialisation).

BTS: International Trade with a Common European Reference System, Accounting and Management of Organizations, Management of Commercial Units, SME Management Assistant, Assistant Manager, Negotiation and Customer Relationship, Management en hotellerie restauration.

Other BTS or DUT subjects will be assessed on a case by case basis.

English Entry Requirements
You should obtein one of these results:

– IELTS: 6.0 (no sub-score below 6.0)
– PEARSON (PTE Academic): 57
– TOEFL ibt: 79 (minimum writing score of 19)
– TOEFL Paper: 550+ (minimum test of written English score 4.0)
– Cambridge:FCE (Grade A, score of +80), CAE (Grade C, score 52+)
– CEFR Level: B2/C1

Tuition Fees
3 trimesters (1 year),9 subjects total.

Consult us for more details.

Special Price: Tuition fee for top-up year (9 subjects); not including SSAF, OSHC or resources. To qualify for the special price, applicants must attain a minimum average of 55% or equivalent over the two year program (BTS or DUT). Applications must be submitted with supporting documentary evidence (testamur and official transcripts) being in accord with the official MINISTRE DE L’ENSEIGNMENT SUPERIEUR, DE LA RECHERCHE ET DE L’INNOVATION program requirement.

Study Abroad

Experience a year in beautiful Queensland and “Top Up” your qualification to a Bachelor of Business from an internationally recognised top 2% university. Engage with business and industry by undertaking a Professional Internship as part of your degree program to enhance graduate outcomes and launch your career.

BTS-DUT Top Up Year is a one-year program with 9 subjects in total. Students must nominate one of the Business majors.
– International Business
– Hospitality and Tourism Management
– Management

Professional Internships
Jumpstart your career by gaining professional experience in Australia.
BU3101: Professional Internship is an innovative subject that enables you to apply theory in the workplace and gain practical skills to enhance graduate employment, equipping you with a competitive edge. Your professional internship will be organised through the university partner Joblinx, at no additional expense. All the work is done for you.
To ensure you gain the most from your international internship our trained career consultants will interview you to ensure the Internship placement is in line with your university studies as well as your career objectives.

Entry Requirements
Successful completion of BTS or DUT from a recognised French institution. Grade must be 55% and greater or equivalent.

Advanced standing of 15 subjects credit have been given to the following subjects.

DUT: Administrative and Commercial Management (Gestion administrative et commercial), Business Management and Administration (Gestion des enterprises et des administrations), Marketing Techniques (Techniques de commercialisation).

BTS: International Trade with a Common European Reference System, Accounting and Management of Organizations, Management of Commercial Units, SME Management Assistant, Assistant Manager, Negotiation and Customer Relationship, Management en hotellerie restauration.

Other BTS or DUT subjects will be assessed on a case by case basis.

English Entry Requirements
You should obtein one of these results:

– IELTS: 6.0 (no sub-score below 6.0)
– PEARSON (PTE Academic): 57
– TOEFL ibt: 79 (minimum writing score of 19)
– TOEFL Paper: 550+ (minimum test of written English score 4.0)
– Cambridge:FCE (Grade A, score of +80), CAE (Grade C, score 52+)
– CEFR Level: B2/C1

Tuition Fees
3 trimesters (1 year),9 subjects total.

Consult us for more details.

Special Price: Tuition fee for top-up year (9 subjects); not including SSAF, OSHC or resources. To qualify for the special price, applicants must attain a minimum average of 55% or equivalent over the two year program (BTS or DUT). Applications must be submitted with supporting documentary evidence (testamur and official transcripts) being in accord with the official MINISTRE DE L’ENSEIGNMENT SUPERIEUR, DE LA RECHERCHE ET DE L’INNOVATION program requirement.

Bachelor of Commerce, specialising in Accounting

JCU’s Bachelor of Commerce (B Com) provides a solid foundation in business skills as a precursor to meeting the professional requirements necessary for a successful career in accounting and business.

2.5 years, full-time
February, May, or September

Professional internships

Accreditation

CPA Australia
CAANZ
ACCA

Course Structure

The 24-subject program consists of:

  • Core [seven (7) subjects]
  • Major [ten (10) subjects]
  • Leading to Work [one (1) subject]
  • Optional subjects [six (6) subjects] from any JCU Brisbane undergraduate program

Core subjects

  • BU1002 Accounting for Decision Making
  • BU1007 Principles of Data Analysis for Business
  • BU1003 Principles of Economics
  • BU1108 Marketing Issues
  • BU1112 Business Law

Compulsory subjects in accounting

  • BX2011 Fundamentals of Accounting
  • BX2012 Cost Management and Control
  • BX2014 Principles of Finance
  • BX2019 Accounting Information Systems
  • BX2112 Law of Business Organisations
  • BX3011 Financial Accounting for Business
  • BX3012 Contemporary Issues in Accounting
  • BX3013 Strategic performance management
  • BX3014 Audit and assurance
  • BX3112 Tax Law

Compulsory subjects in Accounting

1 subject (3 credit points) from the following

  • BU3101:03
  • BU3012:03
  • BU3013:03

Optional subjects

6 subjects to be chosen from all JCU Brisbane undergraduate programmes.

Entry requirements

International applicants must meet English language and academic requirements. Entry requirements vary by program and may also depend on your academic performance and, in some cases, relevant work experience. You will need to provide evidence of your qualifications from a recognised institution. The Ministry of the Interior also sets the conditions for obtaining a student visa.

Applying for credit for previous studies

If you have studied at another university, TAFE or private higher education institution in Australia or overseas, you may be eligible for credit.

When graduating from JCU Brisbane with a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting), students will be exposed to an exciting career scope. As a Commerce graduate, you will be prepared to work in a variety of settings – from small business and community organisations to multinational companies and large scale industries.

Potential Career Options

  • Accountant
  • Business Manager
  • Commercial and Taxation Law Specialist
  • Corporate Financial Manager
  • Data Analyst
  • Economist
  • Expert Consultant
  • Financial Adviser
  • Financial Analyst
  • Financial Controller
  • Foreign Exchange Trader
  • Investment Banker/Manager
  • Risk Manager
  • Stockbroker

Master of Professional Accountancy (MPA)

Become a qualified accountant and enjoy the benefits of an interesting, financially rewarding and always in demand career.

Master of Professional Accountancy

By choosing to study an MPA at JCU Brisbane, you will undertake advanced learning in both theory and professional practice while learning to solve accounting and business problems in innovative ways. Students will be equipped with the skills to advise businesses on current and future financial issues, enabling strategic goals to be achieved.

Students who complete the MPA degree are in an excellent position to succeed in leadership positions in a range of government and business organisations. JCU MPA graduates are well placed to enter organisations in industries such as mining, manufacturing, retail, consulting, human resources and marketing.

Students cover topics spanning the business skill set, including accounting, economics, business law, taxation, statistics, human relations, finance, leadership and marketing strategy, to ensure they have all the skills and knowledge needed to fulfil the complex role of an accountant.

The Master of Professional Accounting is open to graduates from all disciplines and can also be taken as a joint degree with the Master of Business Administration (MBA).

CRICOS course code: 081135C

2 years, full-time
February, May, or September

Professional placements

Accreditation

CPA Australia
CAANZ
ACCA

Course Structure

The MPA consists of 16 subjects. Students are required to complete the 12 core subjects and four (4) foundation subjects.

Core Subjects

  • LB5202 Marketing Essentials
  • LB5205 People in Organisations
  • LB5231 Corporate Responsibility and Governance
  • LB5236 International Political Economy

Core subjects

  • CO5103 Management Accounting
  • CO5109 Corporate Finance
  • CO5117 Accounting and Assurance Services
  • CO5118 Audit and Assurance
  • CO5119 Business Law
  • CO5120 Tax Law
  • CO5121 Law of commercial organisations
  • CO5122 Corporate Accounting
  • CO5123 Advanced Accounting Issues
  • CO5140 Analysis and Information Systems
  • LB5229 Economics for a Sustainable World
  • LB5235 Applied Research Project

Note: Eligible students with recognised business qualifications may request exemption from the four (4) Foundation Business subjects when applying to the MPA programme.

Academic entry requirements

A recognised and appropriate bachelor’s degree in a discipline other than a CPA/ICAA accredited accounting programme. (Students holding foreign accounting degrees not accredited by the CPA/ICAA may be admitted to this program).FQA Framework

National policy changes in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) mean that all master’s level programs will have to be two years in length where a student does not have an undergraduate degree in a related discipline. Students with an undergraduate degree in a related discipline will be able to obtain a one and a half year Master’s degree.

For JCU, the two-year duration is equivalent to 16 subjects. At present, most Master’s programmes in business management consist of 12 subjects (1.5 years of full-time study). After a 3-year Level 7 qualification in a non-recognised subject, the duration of the Master’s degree must be 2 years. If the level 7 qualification is in the same subject area, the duration may be 1.5 years.

Career opportunities

  • Accountant
  • Assistant accountant
  • Auditor/risk accountant
  • Financial analyst
  • Accountant
  • Financial accountant
  • Tax accountant

Master of Professional Accounting – Master of Business Administration (MPA-MBA

The MPA-MBA program is designed for students who intend to work as professional accountants and hold management positions.

Master of Professional Accounting – Master of Business Administration (MPA-MBA)

The Master of Professional Accountancy – Master of Business Administration (MPA-MBA) program is designed for students who intend to work as professional accountants and in management positions. It is designed for students who intend to work as professional accountants and in management positions.

A joint master’s degree enables graduates to distinguish themselves to their future employers. The course provides comprehensive training in accounting and finance while exposing students to key areas of management including human relations, marketing, business law, taxation, economics and business information systems.

CRICOS course code: 055156C

2 years, full-time
February, May, or September

Professional internships

Accreditation

CPA Australia
CAANZ
ACCA

Course Structure

The MPA-MBA consists of 16 subjects according to the course structure below. It consists of 11 accounting core subjects, four (4) specific business subjects and one (1) business elective.

Core Subjects

  • CO5103 Management Accounting
  • CO5109 Corporate Finance
  • CO5117 Introduction to Accounting
  • CO5118 Audit and Insurance
  • CO5119 Business Law
  • CO5120 Tax Law
  • CO5121 Law of commercial organisations
  • CO5122 Corporate Accounting
  • CO5123 Advanced Accounting Issues
  • CO5140 Analysis and Information Systems
  • LB5228 The Changing Business Environment
  • LB5229 Economics for a Sustainable World
  • LB5230 Resource and Strategic Operations Management
  • LB5234 Conducting and Managing Organizational Change
  • LB5235 Applied Research Project

Optional subject

Choose one (1) LB5 subject (subject to pre-requisite constraints).

Academic entry requirements

Completion of an EQF Level 7 degree in a business discipline* other than accounting at this or another university; or other qualifications and/or experience recognised by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Tropical Environments and Societies Division as equivalent to the above qualifications.

*Business disciplines: Marketing, Management, Commerce, HRM, Economics, Tourism and Hospitality, or other disciplines in which students will have studied organisational behaviour, business, strategy, marketing, economics, communication and people management.

The CQA framework

National policy changes in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) mean that all master’s level programs will have to be two years in length if the student does not have an undergraduate degree in a related discipline. Students with an undergraduate degree in a related discipline will be able to obtain a one and a half year Master’s degree.

For the JCU, the two-year duration is equivalent to 16 subjects. At present, most Master’s programmes in business management consist of 12 subjects (1.5 years of full-time study). After a 3-year Level 7 qualification in a non-recognised subject, the duration of the Master’s degree must be 2 years. If the level 7 qualification is in the same subject area, the duration may be 1.5 years.

The MPA is an internationally recognised profession with a wide range of roles, often leading to senior management careers. The number of professional accountants employed in Australia has increased from 134,000 in 2004 to over 193,000 in 2014. The projected 2019 employment level for this profession is approximately 218,700. The various industries in Australia that employ accountants are very supportive of the prospects for employment growth. In addition, there has been a shortage of accountants in the Australian labour market. To address this problem, the Australian Federal Government included accountants in the Migrant Occupations in Demand List (MODL) in September 2004.

Career opportunities

  • Accountant
  • Assistant accountant
  • Auditor/risk accountant
  • Financial analyst
  • Accountant
  • Financial accountant
  • Tax accountant

Bachelor of Business, majoring in Management

Management roles are essential within all organisations. This major can be used as a launching pad for successful careers in business, government, and/or non-government sector management.

Bachelor of Business, majoring in Management

JCU’s Bachelor of Business (B Bus) provides the solid foundations needed for a prosperous business career in a modern organisation. Upon graduating, students can apply the problem-solving and critical thinking skills that are valued in today’s business world. The Bachelor of Business is JCU Brisbane’s most flexible degree. Once the foundation is set with the core business subjects, students are then able to construct a personalised business degree to suit their chosen profession.

Management roles are essential within all organisations. This major can be used as a launching pad for successful careers in business, government, and/or non-government sector management. Topics include; operations management, organisational behavior, managing people, project management, management accounting for non-accountants, management and leadership, and strategic entrepreneurship. For enhanced expertise, students may combine Management with a second major such as International Business or Hospitality and Tourism Management.

JCU B Bus students are employer preferred for their ability to communicate professionally, make ethical business decisions and work in a global environment. With our focus on work integrated learning, a JCU B Bus degree will develop a student’s personal and professional skills. The Leading To Work Program is a feature of the Bachelor of Business course at JCU Brisbane.

2.5 Years, Full-time
February, May, or September

Professional Internships

Accreditation

AIM
Professional Internships

Course Structure

The Bachelor of Business comprises of 24 subjects in total. Students must nominate one of the Business Majors available when first making application for admission.

The program of 24 subjects is made up of:

  • Core [Eight (8) subjects]
  • Major [Eight (8) subjects]
  • Electives [Eight (8) subjects]

Core Subjects

  • BU1002 Accounting for Decision Making
  • BU1003 Principles of Economics
  • BU1007 Principles of Data Analysis for Business
  • BU1104 Introduction to Management Concepts and Application
  • BU1105 Business Communication
  • BU1108 Marketing Matters
  • BU1112 Business Law

One of:

BU3101 Professional Internship or BU3102 Multi-Disciplinary Project or BU3103 Independent Project

Management Major Subjects

  • BX2051 Managing People
  • BX2062 Operations Management
  • BX2077 Project Management
  • BX2174 Evidence Based Business Decision-Making
  • BX3171 Organisational Behaviour
  • BX3172 Management Accounting for Non-Accountants
  • BX3173 Innovation Driven Entrepreneurship
  • BX3174 Strategic Management and Leadership

nternational applicants are required to satisfy the English language and academic requirements.

Entry requirements vary depending on the program and could also depend on your academic performance, and in some instances, relevant work experience.

Entry Requirements

You will need to provide evidence of your qualifications from a recognised institution. The Department of Home Affairs also sets requirements for students to obtain a student visa. Apply for Credit for Previous Study If you have studied at another university, TAFE, or a private tertiary education provider in Australia or overseas, you may be entitled to credit. Click here for more information.

When graduating from JCU Brisbane with a B Bus, students will be exposed to an exciting career scope. As a B Bus graduate, you will be prepared to work in a variety of settings – from small business and community organisations to multinational companies and large scale industries.

Potential Career Options

  • Foreign affairs and trade
  • International and regional operations
  • Import and export
  • International marketing and sales
  • Logistics
  • Federal and State Government Departments
  • Not-for-profit organisations
  • Business consultancies
  • Small and medium-sized enterprises
  • Your own business

Bachelor of Business, majoring in International Business

International business is a rapidly growing area of study that deals with the development, strategy, and management of multinational enterprises in the global context and the dynamic international business environment.

Bachelor of Business, majoring in International Business

JCU’s Bachelor of Business (B Bus) provides the solid foundations needed for a prosperous business career in a modern organisation. Upon graduating, students can apply the problem-solving and critical thinking skills that are valued in today’s business world. The Bachelor of Business is JCU Brisbane’s most flexible degree. Once the foundation is set with the core business subjects, students are then able to construct a personalised business degree to suit their chosen profession.

International business is a rapidly growing area of study that deals with the development, strategy, and management of multinational enterprises in the global context and the dynamic international business environment. The course includes subjects in cross-cultural management, international business, multinational business finance, business negotiations, operations management, business research and international marketing. For enhanced knowledge and skills students should consider combining this field of study with a second business major such as Management, or Hospitality & Tourism Management.

JCU B Bus students are employer preferred for their ability to communicate professionally, make ethical business decisions and work in a global environment. With our focus on work integrated learning, a JCU B Bus degree will develop a student’s personal and professional skills.

2.5 Years, Full-time
February, May, and September

Professional Internships

Accreditation

AIM

Course Structure

The Bachelor of Business comprises of 24 subjects in total. Students must nominate one of the Business Majors available when first making application for admission.

The program of 24 subjects is made up of:

  • Core [Eight (8) subjects]
  • Major [Eight (8) subjects]
  • Electives [Eight (8) subjects]

Core Subjects

  • BU1002 Accounting for Decision Making
  • BU1003 Principles of Economics
  • BU1007 Principles of Data Analysis for Business
  • BU1104 Introduction to Management Concepts and Application
  • BU1105 Business Communication
  • BU1108 Marketing Matters
  • BU1112 Business Law

One of:

BU3101 Professional Internship or BU3102 Multi-Disciplinary Project or BU3103 Independent Project

International Business Major Subjects

  • BX2014 Principles of Finance
  • BX2061 Business Negotiation
  • BX2062 Operations Management
  • BX2174 Evidence-Based Business Decision-Making
  • BX3173 Innovation Driven Entrepreneurship
  • BX3152 Managing a Global Workforce
  • BX3061 International Business
  • BX3082 International Marketing in the Global Village

International applicants are required to satisfy the English language and academic requirements.

Entry requirements vary depending on the program and could also depend on your academic performance, and in some instances, relevant work experience.

Entry Requirements

You will need to provide evidence of your qualifications from a recognised institution. The Department of Home Affairs also sets requirements for students to obtain a student visa.

Apply for Credit for Previous Study

If you have studied at another university, TAFE, or a private tertiary education provider in Australia or overseas, you may be entitled to credit. Click here for more information.

When graduating from JCU Brisbane with a B Bus, students will be exposed to an exciting career scope. As a B Bus graduate, you will be prepared to work in a variety of settings – from small business and community organisations to multinational companies and large scale industries.

Potential Career Options

  • Foreign affairs and trade
  • International and regional operations
  • Import and export
  • International marketing and sales
  • Logistics
  • Federal and State Government Departments
  • Not-for-profit organisations
  • Business consultancies
  • Small and medium-sized enterprises
  • Your own business

Queensland University

Brisbane

Study Abroad

Experience a year in beautiful Queensland and “Top Up” your qualification to a Bachelor of Business from an internationally recognised top 2% university. Engage with business and industry by undertaking a Professional Internship as part of your degree program to enhance graduate outcomes and launch your career.

BTS-DUT Top Up Year is a one-year program with 9 subjects in total. Students must nominate one of the Business majors.
– International Business
– Hospitality and Tourism Management
– Management

Professional Internships
Jumpstart your career by gaining professional experience in Australia.
BU3101: Professional Internship is an innovative subject that enables you to apply theory in the workplace and gain practical skills to enhance graduate employment, equipping you with a competitive edge. Your professional internship will be organised through the university partner Joblinx, at no additional expense. All the work is done for you.
To ensure you gain the most from your international internship our trained career consultants will interview you to ensure the Internship placement is in line with your university studies as well as your career objectives.

Entry Requirements
Successful completion of BTS or DUT from a recognised French institution. Grade must be 55% and greater or equivalent.

Advanced standing of 15 subjects credit have been given to the following subjects.

DUT: Administrative and Commercial Management (Gestion administrative et commercial), Business Management and Administration (Gestion des enterprises et des administrations), Marketing Techniques (Techniques de commercialisation).

BTS: International Trade with a Common European Reference System, Accounting and Management of Organizations, Management of Commercial Units, SME Management Assistant, Assistant Manager, Negotiation and Customer Relationship, Management en hotellerie restauration.

Other BTS or DUT subjects will be assessed on a case by case basis.

English Entry Requirements
You should obtein one of these results:

– IELTS: 6.0 (no sub-score below 6.0)
– PEARSON (PTE Academic): 57
– TOEFL ibt: 79 (minimum writing score of 19)
– TOEFL Paper: 550+ (minimum test of written English score 4.0)
– Cambridge:FCE (Grade A, score of +80), CAE (Grade C, score 52+)
– CEFR Level: B2/C1

Tuition Fees
3 trimesters (1 year),9 subjects total.

Consult us for more details.

Special Price: Tuition fee for top-up year (9 subjects); not including SSAF, OSHC or resources. To qualify for the special price, applicants must attain a minimum average of 55% or equivalent over the two year program (BTS or DUT). Applications must be submitted with supporting documentary evidence (testamur and official transcripts) being in accord with the official MINISTRE DE L’ENSEIGNMENT SUPERIEUR, DE LA RECHERCHE ET DE L’INNOVATION program requirement.

AIBI Higher Education

Sydney

Bachelor of International Business

Undergraduate Degrees
3 years
8 subjects per year (3x3x2)
Intake: Ask us

In an ever-changing global business and economics environment, studying business from an international perspective has never been more relevant.

BIB program focuses on special challenges associated with conducting business across national borders, diverse and different cultures, different legal and regulatory environments. In addition to core business knowledge areas, the program covers a range of subjects in the international context including:

  • International Law and Politics
  • International Strategic Management
  • International Marketing
  • International Trade and Finance
  • Business Leadership in Global Context
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation

This program is suitable for candidates who wish to establish a career in international business. Careers accessible via this degree can be greatly varied among many industries, including private as well as government sectors or possibility of creating their own international business.

Careers to consider

  • Importer / Exporter
  • International Trade Coordinator
  • Immigration Officer
  • International Business Consultant
  • International Human Resources Manager
  • Business Development Manager
  • International Management Consultant

Entry Requirements Academic Entry Requirements – International Students

Applicants with Recent Secondary Education For students seeking admission into AIBI Higher Education, please note entry requirements on the Admissions Policy. VET (Diploma and Advanced Diploma) Credit of prior studies and direct entry Higher Education Credit of prior studies and direct entry A

  • IELTS Overall 6.0 with a no band less than 5.5
  • TOEFL (paper based) 500-549 with minimum score 4.5 in Writing (TWE) and 50 in Listening and Reading.
  • TOEFL (iBT) 60-78 with a writing 18 and reading, speaking and listening 16
  • PTE Overall score of 50 with no skill score under 42
  • CAE (Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English) Grade C (52-57)
  • CPE (Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English) Grade C (45) or better

Bachelor of Enterprise Management Systems

3 years
8 subjects per year (3x3x2)
Intake: Ask us

Enterprise Management Systems (EMS) are software packages that support the various requirements of complex organisations. The software allows personnel to manage multifaceted companies whose infrastructures are often scattered geographically.

EMS are large- scale application software packages that support business processes, information flows, reporting, data analytics in complex organisations. Enterprise systems integrate a number of different applications, protocols and formats.

  • Entreprise management systems
    Customer Relationship Management Supply Chain Management Enterprise Resource Planning Address the need to raise a sales department’s productivity and provide an effective way to increase sales.
  • Customer Relationship Management
    Address the need to raise a sales department’s productivity and provide an effective way to increase sales.
  • Supply Chain Management
    Management of supply chain activities in an effective and efficient way to provide a strategic advantage. Product development, material sourcing, production and logistics as well as the information systems
  • Enterprise Resource Planning
    Integrates software applications, such as purchasing, finance human resources and management.

Graduate employment opportunities

This program is suitable for candidates who are passionate about improving operations, information flow, efficiency and strategic decision making within an organisation. Careers to consider: Business/Systems Analyst Management Consultant Organization and Methods Analyst ICT Account Manager ICT Business Development Manager

Entry Requirements

Applicants with Recent Secondary Education For students seeking admission into AIBI Higher Education, please note entry requirements on the Admissions Policy. VET (Diploma and Advanced Diploma) Credit of prior studies and direct entry Higher Education Credit of prior studies and direct entry A

Entry Requirements Academic Entry Requirements – International Students

Applicants with Recent Secondary Education For students seeking admission into AIBI Higher Education, please note entry requirements on the Admissions Policy. VET (Diploma and Advanced Diploma) Credit of prior studies and direct entry Higher Education Credit of prior studies and direct entry A

  • IELTS Overall 6.0 with a no band less than 5.5
  • TOEFL (paper based) 500-549 with minimum score 4.5 in Writing (TWE) and 50 in Listening and Reading.
  • TOEFL (iBT) 60-78 with a writing 18 and reading, speaking and listening 16.
  • PTE Overall score of 50 with no skill score under 42
  • CAE (Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English) Grade C (52-57)
  • CPE (Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English) Grade C (45) or better

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