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The Education Destination : Australia The Education Destination 2012
>AUSTRALIAN EDUCATION 2012 33 COURSES AND DISCIPLINES >ENGINEERING AND IT LEARN BEST PRACTICE FROM AROUND THE WORLD Australian business courses provide a global view. Their curriculum, case studies and assignments include studying best practices from around the world. With Australia’s business courses so popular among international students, you’ll create networks across the world. In addition, not only are you learning from an excellent curriculum, but you also gain insights from students of all nationalities. Whether you’re beginning your career or upgrading your skills, an Australian business course will give you the edge. Business disciplines and specialisations include: • accounting • administration • commerce • e-commerce • entrepreneurship • environmental management • event management • financial planning • health administration • hospitality and hotel management • human resources • industrial relations • information systems • international business • leadership and management • marketing and public relations • office studies • procurement • property development • public sector management • retail operations • tourism. VOCATIONAL COURSES: PRACTICAL AND JOB-READY At a vocational institute, you can study a certificate, diploma or advanced diploma in fields such as human resources, business administration, e -commerce, event management, marketing, accounting, business office management, retail operations, financial services and international business. Vocational courses provide practical training with job-ready skills. These courses are designed in conjunction with industry and professional bodies to meet the needs of the industry. Many courses include a practicum or work experience, so you learn in a workplace environment. You will gain real-life skills and experience. International students use vocational courses to enter business, as well as to further their existing careers through upskilling. You may also link an advanced diploma into a bachelor degree. UNIVERSITY COURSES: KNOWLEDGE AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS Universities offer bachelor degrees, graduate certificates and diplomas, masters and doctoral degrees (coursework or research). At many universities, you can undertake a double degree which means you can combine business studies with another subject area such as law, education or engineering. This is at least one additional year of study. A double degree can give you the edge for your career prospects. ‘All Australian MBA programs have a global outlook.’
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