Bachelor of Business
Your studies at AIH will encompass practical, professionally focused, and research-based learning, so assessment types will vary. You can expect them to include:
- Reports, project documentation, case studies and presentations
- Essays and assignments
- Quizzes, class tests and examinations
- Practicals and team-based projects
- Participation in class
Some of the higher level units are generic to management, including those dealing with strategy and governance. Others develop a theme-based approach considering issues around globalisation and the internationalisation of business. These studies are designed to produce graduates who have effective and industry relevant knowledge and skills and who demonstrate capabilities for leadership in the business area. To achieve this aim the Bachelor of Business requires graduates to demonstrate both educational and professional outcomes.
- Think strategically, using a range of tools and models that have been identified within the academic and professional literature.
- Develop plans which form a synthesis of accounting and finance operations, marketing, people and organisational issues and capabilities.
- Communicate persuasively across cultures and across the boundaries of the sub-disciplines within the management sphere.
- Optimise the efficiency and effectiveness of the organization.
- Manage risk and exploit opportunities that arise from the core competencies and positioning of the organization.
- Apply these capabilities across a range of organisations that might be encountered in a typical career and adapt knowledge of management and leadership to new problems and opportunities as yet unseen.
- All applicants should be at least 18 years of age as at the commencement date of the course or unit in which the applicant will be enrolled as a student if the application is successful.
International students must provide evidence of the following to demonstrate they have successfully met the educational entry requirements:
- Successful completion of Year 12 at the credit or above level as determined in Student Admission Policy
- Recognised Foundation Studies course
- Successful completion of one year of accredited tertiary study at an Australian institution
- Successful completion of Certificate IV in a related discipline or above
- International Baccalaureate with a score of 24.
- Where a student has commenced undergraduate studies in Australia with another provider they will meet the above as well as satisfactory course progression with their current provider. Where the course progression is deemed unsatisfactory, the student may be offered a place under the Student at Risk program.
For students whose secondary education was conducted in a language other than English:
- IELTS overall band score: 6.0 (no band less than 5.5)