Study Business

Potential Career Outcomes

Some potential occupations include:

Course overview

The Business Service industry encompasses the operation and management of businesses and it includes a range of occupation from entry-level clerical staffs to executive managers, CEOs who are involved in the corporate governance and strategic planning of the company. Therefore, a qualification in business would open may doors.

In Australia, there are a range of courses you can undertake to begin your career in this field. Some common areas of study include:

  • Market research
  • Payroll management
  • E-business strategy
  • Workforce planning
  • Market trends and developments
  • Fundraising and sponsorship activities
Graduate Outcomes

A qualification in business opens many doors, these are some of the possible graduate outcome:

  • Weekly average salary:
    • Program or Project Administrator: $1,660
    • Management Consultant: $2,067
    • Corporate Services Managers: $2,783
    • Customer Service Manager: $1,756
Common Course Requirements
  • Completion of secondary education
  • Meet English proficiency (Usually at least IELTS 5.5 overall for Vocational Courses, and 6.5 for University Courses)
Related Courses

Some related courses include:

  • Certificate III in Business

Duration: 13-95 weeks
Intake: Monthly
Cost: $3,000- $29,001
Locations: Most cities – Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra

  • Certificate IV in Business
    Duration: 16-64 weeks
    Intake: Monthly
    Cost: $3,000 – $60,000
    Locations: Most cities throughout Australia
  • Diploma of Business

Duration: 108 – 156 weeks

Intake: Monthly

Cost: $3,770 – $57,100

Locations: Most cities throughout Australia

  • Advanced Diploma of Business

Duration: 22– 104 weeks

Intake: Monthly

Cost: $4,000 – $37,075

Locations: Most cities throughout Australia

  • Bachelor of Business Administration

Duration: 156 – 208 weeks

Intake: twice a year (February and July)

Cost: $18,000 – 38,000 per year

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