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Undergraduate

Bachelor of Business

2020

Overview
Location
SATAC Code
UAC Code
CDU Waterfront Darwin
Tourism and Destination Management (CSP)
184161
590551
Strategic Marketing and Communication (CSP)
184141
590491
Project Management (CSP)
184131
590571
International Management and Logistics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CSP)
184121
590531
Workplace Health and Safety (CSP)
184171
590581
Human Resource Management (CSP)
184101
590561
Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Strategic Marketing and Communication (CSP)
184091
590541
Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CSP)
184081
590511
Customised Selection (CSP)
184071
590481
International Management and Logistics (CSP)
184111
590501
Strategic Marketing and Communication, International Management and Logistics (CSP)
184151
590521
Online
International Management and Logistics (CSP)
184111
590501
Customised Selection (CSP)
184071
590481
Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Strategic Marketing and Communication (CSP)
184091
590541
Human Resource Management (CSP)
184101
590561
Workplace Health and Safety (CSP)
184171
590581
International Management and Logistics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CSP)
184121
590531
Project Management (CSP)
184131
590571
Strategic Marketing and Communication (CSP)
184141
590491
Strategic Marketing and Communication, International Management and Logistics (CSP)
184151
590521
Tourism and Destination Management (CSP)
184161
590551
Entrepreneurship and Innovation (CSP)
184081
590511
* CSP = Commonwealth supported place
FF = Full fee
Location
CRICOS Code
CDU Waterfront Darwin
Tourism and Destination Management
0102122
Strategic Marketing and Communication, International Management and Logistics
0102122
Strategic Marketing and Communication
0102122
Project Management
0102122
International Management and Logistics, Entrepreneurship and Innovation
0102122
Workplace Health and Safety
0102122
Human Resource Management
0102122
Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Strategic Marketing and Communication
0102122
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
0102122
Customised Selection
0102122
International Management and Logistics
0102122
Course Duration
Full-time
3 year/s
Part-time
6 year/s
Annual Fee
$26,776.00
Availability for Admission
Domestic
Semester 2
Summer Semester
International
Semester 2
Summer Semester
Applications accepted through MyNextCourse
Yes
Can offers be deferred?
Yes
CDU Reference
CDU Course Code

WBUS02

Award
Bachelor of Business
Faculty/College
Asia Pacific College of Business and Law
Sector
HE
Area of study
Business, Accounting and Services Industries

The Bachelor of Business provides a flexible qualification where you can develop your knowledge, skills and understanding of business and commerce through global and local contexts. You will be supported to be innovative thinkers and able to meet the challenges of a changing business world.

This student-centred course provides you with the career and professional skills needed in a variety of business fields. Communication, presentation and problem-solving skills are emphasised throughout the course. You will be supported to develop fundamental business knowledge and understanding, with the opportunity to specialise in particular areas of interest.

You can specialise in your chosen area of interest by selecting from the following single or double majors:

  • Strategic Marketing and Communication
  • International Management and Logistics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Strategic Marketing and Communication, and International Management and Logistics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and Strategic Marketing and Communication
  • International Management and Logistics, and Entrepreneurship and Innovation

The course is fully flexible, with full or part time study options. You can study online from anywhere or face-to-face on-campus. The course is suitable for a broad range of students who are seeking a successful career in business.

This course meets the needs of industry and the community. You will have a wide choice of units based upon your personal and career interests.

Credit transfers & pathways

Pathways for VET to Higher Education

Guaranteed credit transfer arrangements are available to students commencing a bachelor degree at Charles Darwin University with completed Certificate IV, Diploma, Advanced Diploma or Associate Degree qualifications in the same field or discipline. Students who hold completed qualifications should refer to the additional information provided about Advanced Standing and Credit Transfer and Pathways using the links below:


Pathways for Higher Education to Higher Education

For information about credit transfer available to students with complete or incomplete study at this or other Institutions refer to Pathways for Higher Education to Higher Education

Credit transfer

For further information on credit transfer and how to apply visit ASK CDU

International applications

All International applicants must apply through StudyLink unless currently studying year 12 in Australia. Only International applicants currently studying year 12 in Australia should apply via SATAC.

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  • This course is accredited by the University in accordance with the Higher Education Standards.

  • Australian qualification framework

    This course is recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework at Level 7.

Contact details

For further information about the course, enrolment procedures, closing dates and other administrative issues please contact Student Central on:

Email: student.central@cdu.edu.au Phone: (08) 8946 7766 or 1800 061 963 (free call)

Course structure

The course consists of common units, core units and specialist electives. You can specialise in your chosen area of interest by selecting from the following single or double majors:

  • Strategic Marketing and Communication
  • International Management and Logistics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation and Strategic Marketing and Communication
  • International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation

In addition, if you have completed eligible prior study through one of CDU's specified VET pathways, you may choose to complete one of the following majors.

  • Tourism and Destination Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Project Management
  • Work Health and Safety

Credit from your previous VET pathway studies will be credited towards the Bachelor of Business, leaving two years of study to complete.


A candidate must successfully complete units totalling 240 credit points (cp) as detailed below. All units are valued at 10 credit points unless indicated.

Unit type Credit Points Specific requirements
Core Units
(12 units)
110cp Compulsory Core units totalling 110 credit points as detailed below.

COM105 Business and Communication Skills
ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise
ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals - Part A (5 cp)
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals - Part B (5 cp)
LAW105 Introduction to Business Law
MAN105 Introduction to Management
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing (available from 2021)
QAB105 Business Research Methods
ACT205 Accounting for Managers
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems (available from 2021)
BUS420 Business Project (available from 2021)

Specialist Electives
(6-12 units)
60-120cp Specialist Elective units totalling 60-120 credit points as detailed below. Students select from a single major, double major or a customised selection.

SINGLE MAJORS:
Strategic Marketing and Communication (60 credit points)
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (available from 2021)
MKT205 Marketing Communication Across Cultures (available from 2021)
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (available from 2021)
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (available from 2021)
MKT308 Brand and Corporate Reputation Management (available from 2022)
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (available from 2022)

International Management and Logistics (60 credit points)
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economics of Globalisation (available from 2021)
LWA205 Commercial Law (available from 2021)
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (available from 2021)
HRM306 Global Human Resources (available from 2021)
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (available from 2022)
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (available from 2022)

Entrepreneurship and Innovation (60 credit points)
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship (available from 2021)
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (available from 2021)
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (available from 2021)
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (available from 2021)
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (available from 2022)
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (available from 2021)

DOUBLE MAJORS:
Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation (120 credit points)
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship (available from 2021)
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (available from 2021)
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (available from 2021)
MKT205 Marketing Communication Across Cultures (available from 2021)
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (available from 2021)
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (available from 2021)
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (available from 2022)
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (available from 2021)
MKT308 Brand and Corporate Reputation Management (available from 2022)
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (available from 2022)
PLUS
20 credit points selected from the units below:
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economics of Globalisation (available from 2021)
LWA205 Commercial Law (available from 2021)
HRM306 Global Human Resources (available from 2021)
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (available from 2022)

Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics (120 credit points)
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economics of Globalisation (available from 2021)
LWA205 Commercial Law (available from 2021)
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (available from 2021)
MKT205 Marketing Communication Across Cultures (available from 2021)
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (available from 2021)
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (available from 2021)
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (available from 2021)
HRM306 Global Human Resources (available from 2021)
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (available from 2022)
MKT308 Brand and Corporate Reputation Management (available from 2022)
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (available from 2022)
PLUS
10 credit points selected from the units below:
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (available from 2022)
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability (available from 2021)
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (available from 2021)

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation (120 credit points)
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship (available from 2021)
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (available from 2021)
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economics of Globalisation (available from 2021)
LWA205 Commercial Law (available from 2021)
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (available from 2021)
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (available from 2021)
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (available from 2022)
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (available from 2021)
HRM306 Global Human Resources (available from 2021)
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (available from 2022)
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (available from 2022)
PLUS
10 credit points selected from the units below:
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (available from 2021)
MKT205 Marketing Communication Across Cultures (available from 2021)
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management (available from 2022)

VET PATHWAY MAJORS:
Human Resource Management (20-30 credit points)
To complete this major, students MUST have either a Certificate IV or Diploma as specified below:
BSB41015 Certificate IV in Human Resources; or
BSB50618 Diploma of Human Resources Management

30 credit points of block credit obtained through completion of BSB41015 contributes towards this major.
Students must complete the units detailed below:
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (available from 2021)
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (available from 2021)
HRM306 Global Human Resources (available from 2021)

40 credit points of block credit obtained through the completion of BSB50618 contributes towards this major.
Students must complete the units detailed below:
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (available from 2021)
HRM306 Global Human Resources (available from 2021)

Project Management (20 credit points)
To complete this major, students MUST have a Diploma as specified below:
BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management

40 credit points of block credit obtained through completion of BSB51415 contributes towards this major.
Students must complete the units detailed below:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (available from 2021)
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (available from 2022)

Tourism and Destination Management (20 credit points)
To complete this major, students MUST have a Diploma as specified below:
SIT50116 Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management; or
SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management; or
SIT50316 Diploma of Event Management

40 credit points of block credit obtained through completion of SIT50116, SIT50416 or SIT50316 contributes towards this major.
Students must complete the units detailed below:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (available from 2021)
MKT308 Brand and Corporate Reputation Management (available from 2022)

Workplace Health and Safety (20 credit points)
To complete this major, students MUST have a Diploma as specified below:
BSB51319 Diploma of Workplace Health and Safety

40 credit points of block credit obtained through completion of BSB51319 contributes towards this major.
Students must complete the units detailed below:
HRM306 Global Human Resources (available from 2021)
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (available from 2021)

Customised Selection (60 credit points)
Note: No major will be listed on student testamur at the completion of the course

Any specialist elective combination of 3 units (30cp) from 200 level units selected from any of the majors above
PLUS
Any specialist elective combination of 3 units (30cp) from 300 level units selected from any of the majors above.

Electives
(1-7 units)
10-70cp General Elective units totalling 10 to 70 credit points selected from undergraduate units offered by the University. Students must ensure they take a minimum of 60cp at 300 level or above across the degree.

Students completing a Single Major complete 70cp of general elective units.
Students completing a Double Major complete 10cp of general elective units.
Students completing the Human Resource Management major (Certificate IV pathway) complete 60cp of general elective units.
Students completing the Human Resource Management major (Diploma pathway) complete 40cp of general elective units.
Students completing the Project Management major (Diploma pathway) complete 40cp of general elective units.
Students completing the Tourism and Destination Management major (Diploma pathway) complete 40cp of general elective units.
Students completing the Workplace Health and Safety major (Diploma pathway) complete 40cp of general elective units.

To search for units available across the University’s disciplines, please visit www.cdu.edu.au/units.

When selecting electives, choose units at a suitable level. The first number in each unit code indicates the year level at which the subject is taught. Undergraduate units are coded at 100 to 300 level, therefore units coded as BUS1xx, BUS2xx and BUS3xx would be first, second and third year units respectively. Within the whole course, you must ensure you complete no more than 100 credit points at 100 level, and at least 60 credit points at 300 level or above.

  240cp Total Credit Points

 

Students who commenced in or after 2013
No more than 20 credit points shall be counted with a grade of "PC" in a Bachelor AQF Level 7 course award and no more than 10 credit points at "PC" may be received at the highest level of the program of learning.

Of the total 240 credit points: (unless specified in the specific course structure above)
* not more than 100 credit points may be taken from 100 level units
* a minimum of 60 credit points must be taken from 300 level units or above

Students should refer to the current Grading Policy and Common Course Rules for further information.

Additional information for students transferring from WBUS01 into WBUS02 Bachelor of Business.

Summary of unit changes
Students who transfer into the WBUS02 will be mapped according to the following table. Units with the same unit code have credit applied automatically (duplicate units). Other WBUS01 units map as follows (note that not all these units are equivalent).

Pre- S2 2020 unit code/title Course changes
BCO101 Fundamentals of Marketing MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing (equivalent)
BCO401 Business Project BUS420 Business Project (equivalent)
BUS201 Business Ethics Specialist Elective - Customised Selection major OR general elective
CUC100 Academic Literacies through Exploring Sustainability General elective
CUC107 Cultural Intelligence and Capability IAS201 Cultural Capabilities (not equivalent)
ECO105 Business Economics ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise (equivalent)
ECO204 Current Macroeconomic Issues Specialist Elective - Customised Selection major OR general elective
ECO205 Management Economics Specialist Elective - Customised Selection major OR general elective
ECO207 Labour Market Issues Specialist Elective - Customised Selection major OR general elective
ECO305 Economics of Southeast Asia Specialist Elective - Customised Selection major OR general elective
ECO308 Economics of Globalisation FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economics of Globalisation (equivalent)
ECO309 Economics of Entrepreneurship ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability (equivalent)
HRM201 Human Resource Management Specialist Elective - Customised Selection major OR general elective
HRM302 International Human Resource Management HRM306 Global Human Resources (equivalent)
MAN204 Project Management BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (not equivalent)
MAN206 Managing Change ENT202 Innovation Strategy and Systems (not equivalent)
MAN212 Organisational Behaviour MAN203 Comparative Management Systems (equivalent)
MAN306 Business Strategy BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (equivalent)
MAN308 Operations Management LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (equivalent)
MAN310 New Venture Planning and Development BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (equivalent)
MKT201 Consumer Behaviour MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (equivalent)
MKT202 Marketing Communications MKT205 Communication Across Cultures and Markets (equivalent)
MKT203 Marketing Research Specialist Elective - Customised Selection major OR general elective
MKT303 International Marketing MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (equivalent)
MKT304 Services Marketing MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management (not equivalent)

 

Study plan

Students commencing in Semester 1

The Recommended Study Plan provided below is suitable for a student commencing in semester 1 and enrolling in a standard load. Students entering this course with advanced standing, or wishing to reduce or vary their study plan due to work, personal, financial or other reasons should use the table as a guide to create an individual study plan.

When designing an individual study plan:

  • ensure Common Units are completed in the first year of study;
  • maintain the basic order in which units are to be attempted; and
  • check the assumed knowledge for each unit as some 200 and 300 level units assume you have completed foundation unit/s in the unit area at a lower level. 200 level units have the unit code which includes a number starting with 200.
Legend: CO = Core Unit SE = Specialist Elective E = Elective

SINGLE MAJOR

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Semester 1 and undertaking the following majors:

  • Strategic Marketing and Communication
  • International Management and Logistics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Semester 1 Semester 2
Year 1
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO LAW105 Introduction to Business Law CO
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO
Year 2
ACT205 Accounting for Managers CO Elective E
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO Elective E
Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (SE) and
Elective

International Management and Logistics major:
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economic of Globalisation (SE) and
Elective

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability (SE) and
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (SE)

SE/
E
Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
MKT205 Communication across cultures and markets (SE) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy creation (SE)

International Management and Logistics major:
LWA205 Commercial Law (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE)

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (SE) and
Elective
 

SE/
E
Year 3
Elective E BUS420 Business Project CO
Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (SE) and
Elective and
Elective

International Management and Logistics major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (SE) and
Elective

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
Elective and
Elective

SE/
E
Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (SE) and
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management (SE) and
Elective

International Management and Logistics major:
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE) and
Elective and
Elective

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (SE) and
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (SE) and
Elective

SE/
E

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DOUBLE MAJOR

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Semester 1 and undertaking the following double majors:

  • Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics
  • Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Semester 1 Semester 2
Year 1
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO LAW105 Introduction to Business Law CO
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO
Year 2
ACT205 Accounting for Managers CO Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
MKT205 Communication across cultures and markets (SE) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy creation (SE) and
LWA205 Commercial Law (SE) and
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE)

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
MKT205 Communication across cultures and markets (SE) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy creation (SE) and
Elective and
Elective

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
LWA205 Commercial Law (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE) and
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (SE) and
Elective

SE/
E
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO
Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation and
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economic of Globalisation

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation and
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability

International Management and Logistics  and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economic of Globalisation and
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability

SE
Year 3
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry SE BUS420 Business Project CO
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise SE BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends SE
Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
Elective and
Elective

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (SE) and
Elective

International Management and Logistics  and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (SE) and
Elective

SE/
E
Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management and
HRM306 Global Human Resources

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management and
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation and
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management

SE

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VET PATHWAY MAJOR (CERTIFICATE IV)

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Semester 1 and undertaking the following VET Certificate IV pathway majors:

  • Human Resource Management

Students who have completed the below specified Certificate IV receive a total of 40 credit points in credit transfers consisting of:
30 credit points of Specialist Electives
10 credit points of Electives (general)

Human Resource Management major:
BSB41015 Certificate IV in Human Resources

Semester 1 Semester 2
Year 1
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO LAW105 Introduction to Business Law CO
Year 2
ACT205 Accounting for Managers CO BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation SE
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends SE
Elective E HRM306 Global Human Resources SE
Elective E Elective E
Year 3
BUS420 Business Project CO    
Elective E    
Elective E    
Elective E    

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VET PATHWAY MAJOR (DIPLOMA)

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Semester 1 and undertaking the following VET Diploma pathway majors:

  • Human Resource Management
  • Project Management
  • Tourism and Destination Management
  • Workplace Health and Safety

Students who have completed one of the below specified Diplomas, according to each major, receive a total of 80 credit points in credit transfers consisting of:
LAW105 Introduction to Business Law
40 credit points of Specialist Electives
30 credit points of Electives (general)

Human Resource Management major:
BSB50618 Diploma of Human Resources Management

Project Management major:
BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management

Tourism and Destination Management major:
SIT50116 Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management, or
SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management, or
SIT50316 Diploma of Event Management

Work Health and Safety major:
BSB51415 Diploma of Workplace Health and Safety

Semester 1 Semester 2
Year 1
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO Elective E
Year 2
ACT205 Accounting for Managers CO Project Management major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE) and
Elective and
Elective

Workplace Health and Safety major:
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE) and
Elective and
Elective

Toursim and Destination Management major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management and
Elective and
Elective

Human Resource Management major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (SE) and
Elective

CO/
SE/
E
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO
Project Management major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
Elective

Workplace Health and Safety major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
Elective

Toursim and Destination Management major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
Elective

Human Resource Management major:
Elective and
Elective

CO/
SE/
E

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Students commencing in Semester 2

The Recommended Study Plan provided below is suitable for a student commencing in semester 2 and enrolling in a standard load. Students entering this course with advanced standing, or wishing to reduce or vary their study plan due to work, personal, financial or other reasons should use the table as a guide to create an individual study plan.

SINGLE MAJOR

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Semester 2 and undertaking the following majors:

  • Strategic Marketing and Communication
  • International Management and Logistics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 

Semester 1 Semester 2
Year 1
    ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
    LAW105 Introduction to Business Law CO
    QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
    ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO
Year 2
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO Elective E
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO Elective E
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
MKT205 Communication across cultures and markets (SE) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy creation (SE)

International Management and Logistics major:
LWA205 Commercial Law (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE)

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (SE) and
Elective

SE/
E
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO
Year 3
ACT205 Accounting for Managers CO Elective E
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO Elective E
Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (SE) and
Elective

International Management and Logistics major:
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economic of Globalisation (SE) and
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (SE)

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability and
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and systems

SE/
E
Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (SE) and
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management (SE)

International Management and Logistics major:
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE) and
Elective

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (SE) and
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (SE)

SE/
E
Year 4
BUS420 Business Project CO    
Elective E    
Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (SE) and
Elective

International Management and Logistics major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
Elective

Entrepreneurship and Innovation majorong>:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
Elective

SE/
E
   

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DOUBLE MAJOR

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Semester 2 and undertaking the following double majors:

  • Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics
  • Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Semester 1 Semester 2
Year 1
    ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
    LAW105 Introduction to Business Law CO
    QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
    ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO
Year 2
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
MKT205 Communication across cultures and markets (SE) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy creation (SE) and
LWA205 Commercial Law (SE) and
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE)

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
ACT205 Accounting for Managers (CO) and
MKT205 Communication across cultures and markets (SE) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy creation (SE) and
Elective

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
LWA205 Commercial Law (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE) and
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE) and
Elective

CO/
SE/
E
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO
Year 3
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends SE
Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
ACT205 Accounting for Managers (CO) and
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (SE) and
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economic of Globalisation (SE)

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability(SE) and
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (SE)

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
ACT205 Accounting for Managers (CO) and
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability (SE) and
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economic of Globalisation (SE)

CO/
SE
Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE)

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management (SE) and
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (SE) and
Elective

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (SE) and
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (SE)

CO/
SE/
E
Year 4
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry SE    
Elective E    
Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
Elective

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (SE)

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (SE) and
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE)

CO/
SE/
E
   

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VET PATHWAY MAJOR (CERTIFICATE IV)

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Semester 2 and undertaking the following VET Certificate IV pathway majors:

  • Human Resource Management

Students who have completed one the below specified Certificate IV receive a total of 40 credit points in credit transfers consisting of:
30 credit points of Specialist Electives
10 credit points of Electives (general)

Human Resource Management major:
BSB41015 Certificate IV in Human Resources

Semester 1 Semester 2
Year 1
  CO ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
  CO ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO
  CO QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
  CO LAW105 Introduction to Business Law CO
Year 2
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation SE
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends SE
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO HRM306 Global Human Resources SE
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO Elective E
Year 3
ACT205 Accounting for Managers CO BUS420 Business Project CO
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO Elective E
Elective E Elective E
Elective E Elective E

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VET PATHWAY MAJOR (DIPLOMA)

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Semester 2 and undertaking the following VET Diploma pathway majors:

  • Human Resource Management
  • Project Management
  • Tourism and Destination Management
  • Workplace Health and Safety

Students who have completed one of the below specified Diplomas, according to each major, receive a total of 80 credit points in credit transfers consisting of:
LAW105 Introduction to Business Law
40 credit points of Specialist Electives
30 credit points of Electives (general)

Human Resource Management major:
BSB50618 Diploma of Human Resources Management

Project Management major:
BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management

Tourism and Destination Management major:
SIT50116 Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management, or
SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management, or
SIT50316 Diploma of Event Management

Work Health and Safety major:
BSB51415 Diploma of Workplace Health and Safety

Semester 1 Semester 2
Year 1
    ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
    ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO
    QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
    Elective E
Year 2
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO Project Management major:
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE) and
Elective and
Elective and
Elective

Workplace Health and Safety major:
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE) and
Elective and
Elective

Toursim and Destination Management major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management and
Elective and
Elective

Human Resource Management major:
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE) and
Elective and
Elective

CO/
SE/
E
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO
Year 3
ACT205 Accounting for Managers CO    
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO    
Project Management major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
BUS420 Business Project (CO)

Workplace Health and Safety major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
Elective

Toursim and Destination Management major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
Elective

Human Resource Management major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
Elective

CO/
SE/
E
   

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Students commencing in Summer Semester

The Recommended Study Plan provided below is suitable for a student commencing in summer semester and enrolling in a standard load. Students entering this course with advanced standing, or wishing to reduce or vary their study plan due to work, personal, financial or other reasons should use the table as a guide to create an individual study plan.

Legend: CO = Core Unit SE = Specialist Elective E = Elective

SINGLE MAJOR

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Summer Semester and undertaking the following majors:

  • Strategic Marketing and Communication
  • International Management and Logistics
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Semester 1 Semester 2 Summer Semester
Year 1
        ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
        QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
        Elective E
        Elective E
Year 2
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO LAW105 Introduction to Business Law CO    
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO    
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
MKT205 Communication across cultures and markets (SE) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy creation (SE)

International Management and Logistics major:
LWA205 Commercial Law (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE)

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (SE) and
Elective

SE/
E
   
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO    
Year 3
ACT205 Accounting for Managers CO Elective E    
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO Elective E    
Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (CO) and
Elective

International Management and Logistics major:
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economic of Globalisation (SE) and
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (SE)

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability (SE) and
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (SE)

SE/
E
Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (SE) and
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management (SE)

International Management and Logistics major:
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE) and
Elective

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (SE) and
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (SE)

SE/
E
   
   
Year 4
BUS420 Business Project CO        
Elective E        
Strategic Marketing and Communication major:
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry (SE) and
Elective

International Management and Logistics major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
Elective

Entrepreneurship and Innovation major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
Elective

SE/
E
       
       

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DOUBLE MAJOR

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Summer Semester and undertaking the following double majors:

  • Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics
  • Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Semester 1 Semester 2 Summer Semester
Year 1
        ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
        QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
        Elective E
        Elective E
Year 2
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO LAW105 Introduction to Business Law CO    
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO    
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
MKT205 Communication across cultures and markets (SE) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy creation (SE)

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
ACT205 Accounting for Managers (CO) and
MKT205 Communication across cultures and markets (SE)

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innova
tion double major
:
LWA205 Commercial Law (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE)

CO/
SE/
E
   
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO    
Year 3
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends SE    
Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
ACT205 Accounting for Managers (CO) and
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (SE) and
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economic of Globalisation (SE)

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability(SE) and
MKT204 Customer Behaviour and Joint Value Creation (SE)

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
ACT205 Accounting for Managers (CO) and
ENT201 Economics of Entrepreneurship and Sustainability (SE) and
FIN207 International Business Finance and the Economic of Globalisation (SE)

SE/
E
Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
LWA205 Commercial Law (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE) and
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE)

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy creation (SE) and
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management (SE) and
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (SE)

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE) ) and
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy creation (SE) and
BUS305 Business Model Design and Implementation (SE)

SE
 
   
   
Year 4
MKT310 International Market Analysis and Entry  SE Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management (SE)
CO/
SE
   
   
Strategic Marketing and Communication and International Management and Logistics double major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE)

Strategic Marketing and Communication and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (SE) and
Elective

International Management and Logistics and Entrepreneurship and Innovation double major:
ENT202 Innovation: Strategies and Systems (SE) and
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
BUS420 Business Project (CO)

CO/
SE/
E
       
       

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VET PATHWAY MAJOR (CERTIFICATE IV)

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Semester 1 and undertaking the following VET Certificate IV pathway majors:

  • Human Resource Management

Students who have completed the below specified Certificate IV receive a total of 40 credit points in credit transfers consisting of:
30 credit points of Specialist Electives
10 credit points of Electives (general)

Human Resource Management major:
BSB41015 Certificate IV in Human Resources

Semester 1 Semester 2 Summer Semester
Year 1
        ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
        QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
        Elective E
        Elective E
Year 2
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO    
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO LAW105 Introduction to Business Law CO    
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO Elective E    
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO Elective E    
Year 3
ACT205 Accounting for Managers CO BUS420 Business Project CO    
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO HRM306 Global Human Resources SE    
Elective E BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation SE    
Elective E BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends SE    

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VET PATHWAY MAJOR (DIPLOMA)

The below study plan is to be used for students commencing in Semester 2 and undertaking the following VET Diploma pathway majors:

  • Human Resource Management
  • Project Management
  • Tourism and Destination Management
  • Workplace Health and Safety

Students who have completed one of the below specified Diplomas, according to each major, receive a total of 80 credit points in credit transfers consisting of:
LAW105 Introduction to Business Law
40 credit points of Specialist Electives
30 credit points of Electives (general)

Human Resource Management major:
BSB50618 Diploma of Human Resources Management

Project Management major:
BSB51415 Diploma of Project Management

Tourism and Destination Management major:
SIT50116 Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management, or
SIT50416 Diploma of Hospitality Management, or
SIT50316 Diploma of Event Management

Work Health and Safety major:
BSB51415 Diploma of Workplace Health and Safety

Semester 1 Semester 2 Summer Semester
Year 1
        ECO107 Economics and the Modern Business Enterprise CO
        QAB105 Quantitative Analysis for Business CO
        Elective E
        Elective E
Year 2
IAS201 Cultural Capabilities CO ENT101 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part A (5cp) and
ENT102 Entrepreneurship Fundamentals Part B (5cp)
CO    
MKT103 Fundamentals of Marketing CO Project Management major:
LOG301 Logistics and Channel Management (SE) and
Elective and
Elective

Workplace Health and Safety major:
BUS306 Contemporary Business Issues and Trends (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE) and
Elective

Toursim and Destination Management major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
MKT308 Brand and Reputation Management and
Elective

Human Resource Management major:
BUS304 Evidence Based Strategy Creation (SE) and
HRM306 Global Human Resources (SE) and
Elective

CO/
SE/
E
   
MAN105 Introduction to Management CO    
COM105 Business and Communication Skills CO    
Year 3
ACT205 Accounting for Managers CO        
MAN203 Comparative Management Systems CO        
Project Management major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
BUS420 Business Project (CO)

Workplace Health and Safety major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
Elective

Toursim and Destination Management major:
BUS303 Global Digital Enterprise (SE) and
Elective

Human Resource Management major:
BUS420 Business Project (CO) and
Elective

CO/
SE/
E
       
       

Course fees

Commonwealth supported places

Commonwealth Supported places are available in this course to students who meet one of the following residency requirements:

(a) Australian Citizenship; or

(b) a New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident visa holder who will be resident within Australia for the duration of the unit.

2020: Information about fees and charges can be found at Fees and Payments.

2021: Information about fees and charges for 2021 are not yet available however will be published prior to 1 December 2020.

International tuition fees

The annual course tuition fee for full time study of 80 credit points for commencing students in 2020 is AUD $26,776.00.
These fees are subject to annual increases each year of your study, effective at the start of each calendar year.

You can find a list of International fees and payments you can expect to pay as part of your studies in Australia.

CDU offers a number of scholarships to international students to assist with the cost of study.

Domestic students - undergraduate studies

SATAC

SATAC is the application channel for residents of NT, ACT, SA, WA, QLD, VIC or TAS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SATAC

UAC

UAC is the application channel for residents of NSW.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UAC

MyNextCourse

Direct applications are for those students who have previously completed one of the following courses at CDU:

  • Certificate IV
  • Diploma
  • Tertiary Enabling Program (TEP)
  • Preparation for Tertiary Success (PTS)
  • Undergraduate Degree

MyNextCourse

If you do not meet any of the criteria above please visit Pathways to study to view the options available to you.

International students

How to apply direct to CDU

Applications to CDU must be submitted online.

 

You will need a valid email address to create your online account.

 

Once you have started the application you will have the option of saving your application and resuming it at a later date.

 

There is no application fee when you apply online.

Find a CDU agent partner to help you apply

Applicants may seek further information about international education in Australia from theAustralian Government Department of Education and Training or from our overseas / external representatives.

 

To help with the process, we've compile a list of authorised representatives.

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That's OK - it can be a little tricky to know the difference.

 

To help you out, we've put together a guide to answer any questions you might have.

 

Things like the difference between domestic and international students or the difference between course types like VET and undergraduate.

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