business courses

Undergrad or bachelor Business Studies courses and other postgrad diploma, master, PhD doctorate research degree levels at Business schools at Australian universities are listed below. Some Business courses are conducted via online distance learning education or on part time basis.  For other subject areas, click here :

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  • Some courses focus more on commerce or retail, others focus on tourism or international business
  • Bachelor university qualifications in Business Studies lead grads to work in diverse roles in Accountancy, Accounting, Commerce, Finance, Business Management, Business Administration, Insurance, Economics and Banking. Business Studies degree grads find work in industries such as finance, the arts, mining, agriculture, manufacturing, export, real estate, technology, retail, leisure and entertainment, tourism, health, charity organizations and education

Career opportunities include:

  • Accountant
  • Business analyst ( non IT )
  • Business owner
  • Banker, Investment banker, merchant banker
  • Business economist
  • Corporate financial officer
  • Equities and Bond trader
  • Economic consultant
  • Entrepreneur
  • Economist
  • Financial advisor
  • Management accountant
  • Private property investor

Business Studies are available at these universities :

New South Wales  : NSW

  • Business degree at University of Sydney
  • Business degrees at Charles Sturt University : CSU
  • Australian School of Business at University of New South Wales : UNSW
  • Business School at University of Newcastle
  • Business at University of Technology – Sydney : UTS
  • School of Business at University of New England :  UNE
  • College of Business @ Western Sydney University :  WSU
  • Business administration course at Macquarie University
  • Sydney Business School at University of Wollongong : UOW
  • Business degree  at Southern Cross University : SCU

Victoria : VIC

Queensland : QLD

Western Australia : WA

Tasmania : TAS

  • Bachelor of Business at University of Tasmania :  UTAS

South Australia : SA

Northern Territory : NT

  • Business courses at Charles Darwin University : CDU

Australian Capital Territory : ACT

Australia wide

 Although it may be in demand, new graduates with a business degree may struggle if they don’t have a specialty or experience in a certain direction.
With their degree of breadth in business knowledge, they will need to be able to pull the pieces together and demonstrate their relevance in a specific position or industry.

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