Launch your international career
Bachelor of International Business
Bachelor of International Business
The Bachelor of International Business is the perfect degree for those ready to launch their international career. With excellent industry engagement, guaranteed study abroad or industry placement, all while studying on Collins street in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, you’ll be part of the international business community before you leave the classroom.
Look at course maps and see where the Bachelor of International Business can take you by downloading a brochure.
Find out more how you can go study abroad as part of your Bachelor of International Business degree.
Our trimester format allows you to complete a three-year degree in two years, giving you the chance to launch into your career sooner.
|Teaching period||Enrolment/orientation date – TBC||Teaching period start date||Teaching period end date|
|Trimester C – 2018||07/11/2018||12/11/2018||01/02/2019|
|Trimester A – 2019||27/02/2019||04/03/2019||24/05/2019|
|Trimester B – 2019||19/06/2019||24/06/2019||13/09/2019|
|Trimester C – 2019||06/11/2019||11/11/2019||31/01/2020|
Combine the Bachelor of International Business with our Bachelor of Business or Bachelor of Arts, and complete a double degrees in as little as three years.
Double International Business with any major from Business such as; Banking and Finance, Marketing or Management.
Choose a language to combine with your International Business degree, consider specialist areas such as Psychology, or pursue another passion through the Bachelor of Arts.
Develop your global business skills and study abroad for 12 weeks in Japan, Korea, China or Malaysia. Learn about your chosen country’s economy, local business principles and culture, and discover the challenges and opportunities of doing business internationally.
Australian students are eligible for generous New Colombo Plan scholarships.
Our 11-week industry placements are a great opportunity to enhance your skills, confidence and get practical hands-on experience to add to your CV. By working for 11 weeks with their selected host organisation, students receive credits towards their degrees.
Students have been placed recently with organisations such as; Frankie Magazine, Ford Australia, Mercedes Benz, PWC and Deloitte.
"We’ve been fortunate enough to hear from many guest speakers in our classes who’ve all brought a unique industry perspective, complementing the theory we’ve learned. The opportunity to see how what we’ve been learning has actual relevance in the real world has been incredibly motivating!"
"Understanding a nation’s political economy and culture is critical for any international business. My study abroad at Peking University and internship at the Cambridge Investment Group in Beijing grew my understanding of the world’s largest economy. The experience also allowed me to build my global network and develop my future aspirations."
“I felt like gaining experience in a large and well-established organisation like Ford would be an invaluable starting point in developing my career.”
Immerse yourself in Melbourne’s bustling business environment and study in the heart of the city, at 271 Collins street. You’ll get a taste of the business world while building strong working relationships with industry professionals who regularly join our classes.
Industry guest speakers regularly join our classes to share their business insights and career experiences. This connection with industry allows you to build strong working relationships with business professionals and start networking.
We engage students in active learning and there is a greater focus on the application of conceptual knowledge rather than direct instruction. Instead of lectures and tutorials, we utilise 2x 2hour workshops per unit, per week. In this format, our classes are highly interactive and smaller classroom sizes means each student gets more feedback and individual guidance.
Professor Mark Crosby is the Course Director for the Bachelor of International Business. With more than 20 years' experience in various senior roles. He has worked across Asia throughout his career, including a year in Singapore as Dean of the S P Jain School of Global Management. Mark has a PhD in Economics from Queens University, Canada. Australian media regularly seek his comment on issues of economic policy.