Bachelor of Business Administration

Curtin Business School

This course is designed to give students an understanding of the key areas of business administration. The program aims to prepare them for management roles in the private and public sectors, as well as the global environment. In this course students will have special opportunities for developing industry experience through exciting projects. This course is a broad based program comprising units from a range of business disciplines. As a graduate of the Bachelor of Business Administration from Curtin University students have a range of career opportunities. Most industries and organisations, whether private or public, local or international, employ business graduates.

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At a glance

Type of Institution: University
Level: Undergraduate
Campus/Location: Bentley - main campus
Institution CRICOS: 00301J (WA); 02637B (NSW)

Subjects

  • Business administration

Curtin Business School (CBS) is one of the larger business schools in Australia and a significant multi-national player. Over 13,000 students from more than 140 countries study a comprehensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate business courses at Curtin University and its partner locations overseas. 

Our business degrees are globally recognised through accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International. 

CBS received a four Palmes of Excellence rating in the Eduniversal Business School Rankings in 2017, placing CBS among the top 10 business schools in Australia.

We have extensive experience in providing high-quality and transformative education and research across Australia and the Asian region. We forge strong partnerships with industry and conduct research to help build a sustainable economic future for Western Australia and other communities throughout the world.

Central to CBS is our commitment to producing industry-ready graduates. Our Advisory Boards and Council Network reinforce our strong industry links and provide input to keep our courses relevant and innovative. 

These industry partnerships enable you to apply your classroom learning to real workplaces and situations, introducing you to real professionals and projects, and helping you prepare for future employment. 

Facilities

CBS has a number of high-tech facilities designed to enhance your learning, which are equipped with the same technology you can expect to use in the workplace when you graduate. 

For example, The Agency lets you learn first-hand how brands enhance and manage their online presence using social media analytics. 

Our CBS Trading Room simulates a real-life business environment with 20 Bloomberg Professional licences and Wall Street-inspired terminals, immersing you in the world of financial data. 

Connect with industry

Industry Connect aims to link you to the business world and increase your career prospects through internships, professional training, networking events and guest lectures.

Our Business Internship elective unit helps you to gain professional work experience while you study. You could intern at a relevant business and work on a real-world project related to your discipline. 

Not only does a business internship give you credit towards your degree, it will also give you industry experience and practical skills that could make you more valuable to employers. 

International exposure

Enrich your learning and travel while you study. CBS provides a range of short- and long-term international study experiences that can help you gain global awareness, learn valuable life skills and build your résumé. 

Get involved! 

Build your networks and professional skills by getting involved in a wide range of activities including student clubs and volunteering, while connecting with other people who share your interests.

 

As a CBS student, you will have access to a range of tailored learning support services to help you succeed in your degree. 

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