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Business is a crucial part of our ever-changing, globalised world. For students, a deep knowledge of core business principles and critical and creative thinking can be powerful tools, helping you access incredible opportunities and launch a global career.
Whether you’re interested in management, marketing, finance, commerce or more, or even if you dream of starting your own company, a degree in business at the University of Canberra (UC) can open up a world of future-proof opportunities for you and your career.
As Australia’s economic landscape continues to grow and transform, the country needs innovators and business-minded entrepreneurs to be at the forefront of change.
In celebration of National Entrepreneurs’ Day on November 21 and Small Business Saturday on November 25, let’s delve into the importance of business graduates in today’s world and how UC can help you become one of the leaders of tomorrow.
At UC, we’re proud to create work-ready graduates who know how to adapt, expand and grow with Australia’s changing landscape.
Our Business School has been awarded a number of accolades, including ranking #1 in Australia for career impact and receiving five stars for full-time graduate employment in the Good Universities Guide.
Work integrated learning (WIL) is a pivotal component of studying at UC and gives students the opportunity to apply their learnings in a practical, hands-on environment.
Depending on your degree, your WIL experience might include internships, work placements, industry projects, exhibitions, study tours, work simulations and much more. UC also partners with a variety of local and international organisations to help future graduates gain valuable experience in real-life settings relevant to their studies and future goals.
UC’s focus on tailored learning outcomes and building graduate attributes means you’ll be job-ready when you finish your degree. Students develop both theoretical knowledge and practical skills, so they’ll have the experience they need to pursue a career in any industry.
No matter where you are in your studies, or what your career goals and ambitions are, UC has something to offer you. We offer a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and double degrees to help you kick-start your future.
For example, you can complete a Bachelor of Business, with a major in management, sport management, marketing, entrepreneurship & innovation, human resource management and international business, to name just a few.
Alternatively, you could study a Bachelor of Accounting, a Bachelor of Event and Tourism Management, or a Bachelor of Commerce, where you can focus on anything from business economics to financial planning.
If you want to broaden your knowledge and develop an interdisciplinary skill set, you might want to consider a double degree, where you complete two degrees at the same time.
For students looking to pursue further study, UC offers a number of postgraduate degrees that range in length from six months to two years. These include the Master of Business Administration, Master of Human Resource Management, Graduate Certificate in Creative Business, Graduate Diploma in Accounting, and many more.
The world is constantly evolving. With the development of new technologies, globalisation, changing demographics and cultural shifts, Australia’s future economic landscape will undoubtedly look very different than it does today.
In line with this, organisations and industries, both new and existing, will need to continually adapt to the market. This will require the support of critical and creative-thinking business-minded employees.
Regardless of your future field or industry, a business degree from UC will provide you with the knowledge, skills, hands-on practical experience you need to succeed in the world of tomorrow.
Ready to launch your career of the future? Head to the UC website today to find your perfect business course.
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