Bachelor of Business

University of Technology Sydney (2020)

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About University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

Study nursing in UTS

University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is a public research university established in 1988. Over the years UTS has continuously improved its level of academic excellence which has resulted in it being a highly reputed institution in Australia and globally. They enroll approximately 46,200 students annually including 15,450 international students, therefore, making it a vibrant and diverse campus.. In addition, UTS is a member of the Australian Technology Network and the Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning

University of Technology Sydney Rankings

Despite being a young university, UTS has managed to improve its rankings and reputation over the years.
2020 QS World University ranking system placed UTS 140th in the world and 9th in Australia. QS Top 50 under 50 ranked UTS 11th globally and the highest performing university in Australia under 50 years. Therefore, indicating that UTS is a prestigious 32 year university recognized globally. 2020 QS Graduate Employability ranking places UTS 69th in the world and 7th in Australia, thereby, guaranteeing a wide range of employment opportunities for students upon graduation.

Furthermore, UTS teaches some of the worlds highly ranked subjects. The following recommendations are Undergraduate programs offered by UTS ranked in the top 100 globally.

Program

Global Subject Ranking

Australian Subject Ranking

Annual Indicative Fee (2020)

Bachelor of Nursing

10

1

AUD$ 38,060

Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies

23

2

AUD$ 33,380

Bachelor of Sports and Exercise Management

24

5

AUD$ 32,600

Bachelor of Engineering (Honors) – Civil and Electrical

51 – 100

7

AUD$44,470

Bachelor of Business – Accounting and Finance

51 – 100

10

AUD$ 38,060

Bachelor of Design in Architecture

51 – 100

10

AUD$38,720

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University of Technology Sydney Student Life

UTS is a vibrant and diverse campus offering a wide range of extra curricular activities. Students can join various Clubs and Societies to take their mind off assignments and tests and relieve some stress. Further, joining a club or society will allow students to connect with other students, develop industry networks and work on exciting projects. To learn more about UTS Clubs and Societies take a look at the Student Life page.

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Student Support Services at UTS

As international students relocate to another country, it is quite common for them to experience culture shock. Therefore, UTS offers “Health and Wellbeing” and “Mentoring and Networking” services to smoothen out the process of settling in. Academic support is also provided for students if they feel unsure about their courses or subjects. They can speak to Academic Advisers and Academic liaison officers to receive assistance in anything related to their study program. If students feel overwhelmed or lonely, they can make private appointments with the university counselors to help with personal or study-related difficulties. There are many other student support services provided by UTS to ensure students have a successful academic journey.

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I am a student from Monash University, Malaysia. Currently studying Bachelor of Business and Commerce majoring in International Business and Marketing. I like to spend my time painting and swimming.

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Top 5 Universities to Study Marketing (Hons) Degree in Malaysia 2019

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What is Marketing?

Marketing is the study and management of exchange relationships. Marketing is a business process which companies took action to create, communicate, deliver and exchange its product or service to customers, clients, partners, and society at large. Learning and understanding marketing is beneficial as the concept of marketing is versatile and viable in multiple industries, as long as it is involved in business.

Through Marketing, you are able to have a clearer insight into the marketing process and structure, learn the development of a feasible marketing plan, understand the analytical tools for marketing, and able to make strategic marketing decisions based on the statistics, trends, demand & supply, and business environments.

The Degree in Marketing programme usually takes 3 years to complete, required to complete a final year project and undertake a semester-long internship.

Are you a born marketer?

Able to communicate well with people

In marketing, interaction with people is unavoidable, majority of the marketing activities requires you to directly or indirectly communicate with stakeholders in order to develop trust towards the brand and understanding their satisfaction and behavior.

Strong sense of market awareness

If you are often interested in brands and trendy items, this will put you on a great spot in learning marketing. The ability to understand and predict any upcoming events and trends are crucial and advantageous as it enables you to develop a viable plan and seize the opportunity.

What to expect when you finished?

Opportunities to explore various kinds of industry

The role of a marketer is to assist in developing brand recognition, promote the core value of products or services through advertising, personal selling, and etc. Obtaining a Marketing (Hons) Degree allows you to have the versatility and flexibility in handling and adapting to multiple fields to seek for opportunities.

Persuasive communication and presentation skills

Marketing is arguably involved in pursuing people to make purchases on the goods or services which require good skill in delivering persuasive messages. Other than that, countless presentations also included in Marketing (Hons) Degree to train your communication skills and bravery.

General Qualifications

In order to enter into Marketing (Hons) Degree, you will generally need:
Programmes Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in Marketing (3 Years)
  • Diploma in Marketing: Minimum CGPA of 2.0; or
  • Foundation in Business or Arts: Minimum CGPA of 2.00; or
  • A-Level/STPM: Minimum 2Cs; or
  • Australian Matriculation: Minimum of ATAR 50.0; or
  • Canadian Pre-University: Average of 50% in 6 subjects
Note: The information displayed above may vary between universities, colleges, and institutions.

Marketing Subject

Marketing (Hons) Degree offers a wide range of subjects that tackled on the very aspects of marketing as well as law and finance. These are the few major subjects that included in Marketing (Hons) Degree:

  • Business Law
  • Principles of Marketing
  • Marketing Research
  • Consumer Behaviour
  • Integrated Marketing Communications
  • Digital Marketing
  • Strategic Marketing
  • Marketing Management and Metrics

Careers Option for Marketing

  • Advertising and Promotions Specialist
  • Customer Relationship Associate
  • Business Development Executive
  • Brand Executive
  • Marketing Consultant
  • Marketing Executive
  • Public Relations Executive

1. Segi College Subang Jaya

Segi Subang Jaya was established in January 2006, located near the Summit Shopping Complex. It holds a maximum capacity of 6,500 students, housed with decent equipment and facilities. Able to access play area with ping pong and pool on the 1st floor, auditorium on 2nd floor. Public transportation (MRT) located at the back of Segi Subang, providing convenient travel for students.

General Intake: February and September
Indicative fee of 3-years Marketing Degree (2019): RM48,050

2. Taylor's Lakeside Campus

Taylor’s Lakeside Campus achieved ‘Tier 6: Outstanding’ rating in the Discipline-Based Rating System and it is under Taylor’s Education Group as a member. The University offers a wide range of programmes for pre-university to postgraduate which covered astonishing amount of courses including Architecture, Bioscience, Pharmacy, Law, Culinary, Business, Sciences, Education, Communication, and etc.

General Intake: March and August
Indicative fee of 3-years Marketing Degree (2019): RM99,900

3. Sunway University

Sunway University was owned by the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation and also as one of the members of the Sunway Education. It was established at Subang in 1987, offering programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level which can be categorised into 6 schools: Business, Science & Technology, Arts, Mathematical Sciences, Hospitality, Interdisciplinary Studies). The University also ranked 5 star in the QS Stars Rating System 2018.

General Intake: January, March & August
Indicative fee of 3-years Marketing Degree (2019): RM85,700

4. Monash University

Monash University was recognized as the first foreign university in Malaysia, originated from Australia. Able to achieve as 59th rank in the QS World Ranking 2018/2019. It is located at Bandar Sunway, Subang Jaya. The campus is able to home estimated 7,000 students, offering a variety of courses from undergraduate to postgraduate which covering the Business, MBBS, Pharmacy and Engineering subjects.

General Intake: February
Indicative fee of 3-years Marketing Degree (2019): RM111,300

5. UCSI University

UCSI University is one of the private universities that emerging rapidly in Malaysia. Initially, the University was founded by Dato’ Peter Ng, with numerous campus in Kuala Lumpur, Terengganu, and Sarawak. Ranked as 481th place in 2019 QS World University Ranking.

General Intake: January, May and September
Indicative fee of 4-years Marketing Degree (2019): RM52,200

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I am a freelance commercial content writer and student of SEGI College studying Bachelor of Business with a major in Marketing. I love to travel and enjoy ‘Me’ time with a cup of coffee in a quiet cafe.

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Top 5 Private Business Schools Universities in Malaysia 2018

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Business is a combination of accounting, finance, business administration, marketing and international business. Knowing which major fits you best and have a strong solid foundation in the firm guarantees success in your future. 

Bachelor of Business (Malaysia)

The era of industry popularises the idea of working as a businessman, with many people growing up taking over the family business or wanting to start their own. Before taking the first step, a proper understanding of the different focuses within a business course. Business is an organisation where goods and services are traded for profit. A strong base on Business degree programmes prepares you for the world of business.

Why Study Bachelor of Business

Bachelor of Business has a very wide scope of module content that will allow you to learn in-depth in the field of your interest. Even while studying a Bachelor of Business of your field of interest, you will be able to learn the in’s and out’s of the other firms and fields, therefore allowing you to have a diverse choice of career options after your Bachelors. With all the knowledge gained by learning all the vast areas of business but yet specialising in your own field, you would be able to jump straight into the working world.

Careers with a business degree

Depending on which major of the business degree program you concentrate on, there will be different parts and firm of the business when you start your working days. Here are some career options for your reference:

  1. Accountant, Auditor, Tax Accountant
  2. Banker, Mortgage Specialist
  3. Marketing Manager, Relationship Manager
  4. Finance Manager
  5. Business Manager
  6. Stock Trader
  7. Human Resource Manager
  8. Sales and Marketing

Majors available within Bachelor of Business

MajorDescriptionJob Demand*
International BusinessIt has a lot to do with understanding foreign market and operations of sales, manufacturing and distribution in foreign market as well as dealing with contractual agreements with foreign firms to use products and services from other nations.3,000
Sales and MarketingHelps in developing plans for reaching out to the customers as well as taking care of the company’s relationship with the customer through campaigns and promotional events.5,500
Business ManagementHolds various responsibilities overseeing the whole organisation from accounting to marketing to even administrative procedures that are required to run a business.7,800
Human Resource ManagementDeals a lot with handling the manpower of the organisation which includes hiring, firing and training. It oversees all things related to managing a company human capital.2,000
AccountingOversees the financial statements to ensure accuracy as well as statements comply with laws and regulations. Accountants as well make best-practice recommendations to management to increase business efficiency where money is concerned.3,600
FinanceSuggest strategic planning and budgeting for hiring employees, capital spending, marketing campaign and others. Finance department as well helps with profit planning and cost controls as well as risk management.4,700

* The numbers of job demand are extracted from Jobstreet.com on Aug 2018.

Recommended Universities to Study Bachelor of Business in Malaysia

UniversityCourse NameTuition Fees 2018/2019
Taylor’s University
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons)
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) International Business & Marketing
Malaysian:
RM33,327 per year
International:
USD11,041 per year
Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation
  • BA (Hons) in Business Management
  • BA (Hons) in International Business Management
  • BA (Hons) in Human Resource Management
  • BA (Hons) in Marketing Management
Malaysian:
RM27,267 per year
International:
USD7,260 per year
INTI International University
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) – Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) – International Business
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) – Accounting
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) – Marketing
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) – Human Resource
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) – Finance
Malaysian:
RM22,800 per year
International:
USD6,325 per year
University of Nottingham
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) Economics & Finance
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) Economics & Management
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) Finance, Accounting and Management
  • Bachelor of Business (Hons) International Business Management
Malaysian:
RM36,800 per year
International:
USD11,111 per year
HELP University and Colleges
  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship)
  • Bachelor of Business (International Business)
  • Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)
  • Bachelor of Business (Accounting)
  • Bachelor of Business (Finance)
Malaysian:
RM 24,000 per year
International:
USD 5,900 per year
Sunway University
  • BSc (Hons) in International Studies
  • BSc (Hons) in Financial Analysis
  • BSc (Hons) in Accounting & Finance
  • BSc (Hons) in Business Studies
  • BSc (Hons) in Business Management
Malaysian:
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International:
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Monash University (Malaysia)
  • Bachelor Degree in Business
  • Bachelor Degree in International Business
  • Bachelor Degree in Business Administration
  • Double Degree in Business & International Business
  • Double Degree in Banking and Accounting
  • Double Degree in Business and Marketing
  • Double Degree in Business and Information Technology
Malaysian:
RM36,000 per year
International:
USD 9,900 per year

The program listed are provided as a general guide only, the university course fees were captured base on the publicly available information on the internet. Please consult with our education advisor for further assessment.

SETARA Rankings

  • SETARA rankings is a rating system developed and implemented to asses the quality of teaching and learning in Higher Education Institutions in Malaysia.
  • Criteria of SETARA rankings are General Institutional Profiles, Teaching & Learning, Research Capacity and Service & Income Generation.
NoUniversitiesSetara Stars
1.Monash University6 Stars
2.Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation5 Stars
3.INTI International University5 Stars
4.University of Nottingham5 Stars
5.Sunway University5 Stars
6.INTI International University4 Stars
7.HELP University and Colleges4 Stars

Bachelor of Business entry requirement

  • Evidence submitted of prior study: A-level, UEC, STPM, SAM, foundation and equivalent pre-university program with minimum 3 credits
  • English (IELTS 6.0 Academic) – For international student only
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Scholarships

  • Full Undergraduate Scholarship
  • Total value up to RM96,000 or USD33,000
  • Citizenship requirements: Malaysian and International student applicable
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5 Questions to Ask Before Choosing an Australian Business Degree

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When you are thinking of completing a business degree in Australia, you are not only investing in time and money to get your qualification. You are also investing in effort to setup the right career path for your future. So, is studying business the right path for you? Which business programs should you consider?

Why do you want to study a business degree?

This is an important question to think about – not just as a way of answering your friends, family and application papers, but more importantly as a mean to carefully consider your own goals, passions and pursuits before starting your degree. Giving proper thought as to where you’d like to head in the future will definitely help guide you in the right direction when making decisions now, especially about where, when and in what business-related field you’ll be studying. Having a good starting idea of what you want to use your business degree for – and really honing in on the specific steps you can take to make those dreams a reality – can make all the difference.

Which university or business school is should I consider?

In general, all business programs in various institution & universities has its pros & cons. However, most employers or government bodies would usually use world ranking tables as a reference tool when conducting staff recruitment. It is a safe bet if you do a quick ranking reference check on some of the popular ranking tables like the QS Rankings or the Times Higher Education Rankings to get a rough idea of which institution you should consider depending on which specialisation you are interested in.

It is also vital that you look into individual subject rankings, for instance if you are interested in the field of Accounting & Finance – 11 out of Australia’s 39 universities, business schools & faculties are listed Top 100 in the world under the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018 for Accounting and Finance

If you are interested in Business & Management, 9 out of Australia’s 39 universities, business schools & faculties are listed Top 100 in the world; and 6 universities in Australia is ranked top 100 in the world for Economics & Econometrics

And it is pretty much the same thought process if you are thinking of studying in any other exotic location like the USA or United Kingdom

Which major should I focus on?

So, you’ve decided that YES – your heart’s in this. You have a goal to reach. The next question you might ask is – specifically, to reach that goal, what kind of business degree do you want to do?

Are you aiming to become an entrepreneur? An economist? A business analyst? Do you want to start up your own business during or after graduation?

If you have a specific goal in mind, you may want to consider a specialisation– for example, a Bachelor of Business (Business Economics) or Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) to gain specialist knowledge. Other specialisations may include areas like human resources, International business, management or marketing. If you can, chose majors which best align with your career goals and aspirations. Whilst a general business degree might offer you a bigger perspective of business industry landscapes, focusing on a specialisation can also allow you to really pinpoint and target your studies to become an expert in a more specific field.

Are there any internship or work experience opportunities?

It’s important to find degrees which foster, encourage and offer work experience opportunities you can use to learn and grow, even beyond the classroom. Will this degree connect you to a network of other potential business mentors, collaborators and classmates, career services, professional alumni, corporate connections and work experience opportunities or programs? Does it encourage or offer student internships, work integrated learning, practical industry placements or similar chances to experience a real business or workplace environment? 

Most business degrees would have subjects where students can enroll, complete an internship or work-integrated learning (WIL) For example – The Bachelor of Business at University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have a subject in Business Internships where students complete 210 hours of internship to receive credit points. You should really take a look into the course handbook of various business courses to see if these opportunities are provided to students.

Some universities would also establish a landing page which includes jobs, internship positions and graduate positions for international students. Again, let us take UTS as an example where they have an Job Board for International Students.

Having some degree of real life work experience is tremendously important, as it affords you practical skills and a knowledge of Australian work-culture which signals to potential employers that you are capable, experienced and work-ready!

Do you want to focus on studying a single degree, or take a combined or double degree?

Combining your specialist business degree with other degrees like Arts, Engineering, IT, Design, Law, etc. will see you being trained in two disciplines, broadening your skill-sets and, excitingly, will afford you the opportunity to study a course really tailored to your specific interests.

In an already competitive job market, taking a combined course may well give you that extra edge that will really set you apart from other students. It may open you up to exciting job prospects not readily available to those who only studied one degree and can strengthen your chances of getting a job in both chosen disciplines. What’s more, it’s a smart move, saving time and money – you’ll earn two degrees with just 1-2 more years of extra study (as opposed to taking two separate long courses). 

For example, if you are interested in completing a business degree and would also like to dig into the world of information technology. You can actually complete a business and info system degree in 4 years by studying the UNSW’s Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Information Systems degree

Is this the right university for me?

It should be a given – but before you apply, take a look at your desired university’s website, social media pages and course outlines. Do the learning outcomes of the course match up with your own values, aspirations and expectations for what you want to study? Do you feel that the culture of your desired university is conducive to exploration, efficient learning and personal growth in all the areas you want to explore?

The absolute best way to check all this out is to visit Excel Education – E2 and receive some educational counselling from our professional consultants who are highly trained and have completed their degree in Australia. They will also be able to arrange for you to speak with a university representative, alumni or even arrange a campus tour for you when you are travelling to Australia. 

Choose the road which best works for you, and you’ll no doubt soon be on your way and ever closer to achieving your career aspirations and business goals. Just remember, again – don’t be afraid to ask yourself – and others – lots of questions!

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A freelance writer, graduated from Curtin University, specialises in commercial writing, love travel and enjoy walking on the beach, Michelle also feeds on Psychology and will give away just about anything to cuddle with furry felines.
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