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The primary aim of the Faculty of Business is to provide its students with business degrees that will not only provide substantial financial rewards but will also enhance their intellectual development in the core business disciplines,
This Faculty is committed to extending the boundaries of business education. They pursue this through close relationships with professional associations, other educational providers and universities, business employers and government, across Australia and internationally.
Bachelor of Business courses offered at UTAS are:
- Bachelor of Business (33A)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality Management) (33G)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Tourism Management) (33H)
- Bachelor of Economics (33E)
- Bachelor of Tourism (33F)
The course is designed to produce well educated and adaptable graduates, with appropriate professional skills to meet the existing needs and demands of business and related professions. The course specifically prepares students to work in such areas as accounting, business economics, business logistics, business management, corporate governance, electronic business, entrepreneurship, finance, human resource management, international business, marketing, information systems, organisational management and tourism.
Tuition & fees
The fees for studying the Bachelor of Business program is $14,700 per academic year.
University of Tasmania
The University of Tasmania, in the Australian state of Tasmania, was officially founded on 1st January 1890 and is one of the oldest universities in Australia. The University of Tasmania is classed within the top two per cent of Universities...
Location & accommodation
Separated from the rest of Australia by the 240km stretch of Bass Strait, Tasmania is an island apart – a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, friendly, welcoming people, a pleasant, temperate climate, wonderful food and wine, and a rich history. With a total population of over 500,000, Tasmania provides a relaxed lifestyle that combines cosmopolitan cultural diversity with a breathtaking natural...