The BEC is the first stop for people looking to establish or buy a business.
BEC's offer a range of business advice, resources and assistance to help you in making solid business decisions.
The BEC provides information and advice on:
The CWBEC is based in Orange and has two outreach offices, one in Bathurst and the other in Mudgee.
AVANA is an innovative provider of Learning & Talent solutions to the consumer services sector.
Our name ‘AVANA’ is inspired by one of the last great expanses of untouched wilderness which has been preserved and gifted to the world as the planet’s largest, most pristine national park. Totalling nearly one million square kilometres, this pure and precious part of North Greenland is known as ‘Avannaa’.
‘Avannaa’ acts as a constant reminder to our company that we need to aim high in pioneering forward-thinking business practices, to remain committed to our ideals, and to help create smarter more sustainable businesses for the future.
All courses and training programs in Massage and Business are registered with the National training Authority (Provider 31051), and listed on the National Register for Overseas Students (CRICOS Provider 00598J). This ensures you will undertake training that is accredited and recognised within your chosen career. We will not compromise our quality of training. We are happy to provide details of our courses and welcome any further enquiries you may have.
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At AICA Education we offer the best learning environment, the best teachers and the best facilities.
We aim to provide the best inspiration for personal and creative development to empower you with the knowledge and skills you will require to excel in today's dynamic world of art and business.
Our College is unique for its style, the type of courses it is developing and for the small class sizes and quality of the education that is provided.
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Since its inception in 1972, the School has attracted international recognition for the quality of its programs and commitment to tourism education. The quality and vibrancy of the School’s academic and research staff also contributes significantly to the School’s competitive edge.
All permanent teaching staff have PhD qualifications and possess valuable industry expertise and membership of networks in sectors such as destination management; tourist behaviour and visitor experiences; technology services; labour management in hospitality; and cultural diversity in event management.
The School of Tourism has also established a dedicated Engagement team, which manages ongoing links to industry, including guest lectures, private consultancy projects, and student industry placements as part of the Professional Development course.
Prospective International Students ~ Email: email@example.com Phone (Freecall from within Australia): 1800 671 980 Phone (From outside Australia): +61 3 8676 7004 St Lucia Campus ~ Faculty of Business, Economics & Law The University of Queensland, Queensland 4072 Australia Office Location ~ Level 3, GPN 3 Building Campbell Road, The University of Queensland Telephone +61 (07) 3365 7111 Fax +61 (07) 3365 4788 Faculty Resource Centre ~ Level 1, Colin Clark Building (39) Blair Drive, The University of Queensland Telephone +61 (07) 3365 9017 or 9019 Ipswich Campus ~ Faculty of Business, Economics & Law Building 12, The University of Queensland Ipswich Campus 11 Salisbury Road, Ipswich, Queensland 4305 Australia Telephone 61 (07) 3381 1004 Fax +61 (07) 3381 1308 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location ~ Level 2, Building 12, The University of Queensland, Ipswich Campus Telephone + 61 (07) 3381 1004 Fax + 61 (07) 3381 1308 Business, Economics, Tourism & Laws mission is to achieve national and international recognition as being the best research intensive school of business, economics and law in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific region. CRICOS Provider No:00025B
The Faculty of Business and Economics engages in high quality research and education across all its disciplines in order to improve the human condition and have a positive impact on a changing world.
The Faculty pursues its mission by:
The TIMC undertakes research directed at improving the ability of firms and governments develop effective management practices and policies for technological innovation. Research is conducted at many levels. The TIMC studies firms, public research organizations, industries, clusters, technologies, regions and nations. A key element of this research involves detailed analysis of innovation processes, how they vary across industries, and how they are changing.
The research is commonly undertaken collaboratively with a variety of leading Australian and international research partners, and is conducted in the following areas:
The Faculty of Business is fast developing a reputation for its innovative approach to business education.
Postgraduate students can study on campus or online coursework programs, or research programs in a wide range of areas supervised by highly qualified academics.
Programs in the Faculty are flexible, allowing students to study from a variety of specialisations to enhance their career opportunities.
Strong partnerships with business and community organisations within the region enable students to conduct research in industry, and work on real business issues.
With a commitment to providing workplace-relevant degrees, the Faculty's programs keep pace with technology, industry developments and global trends.The Faculty has developed niche courses in innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship and sustainable tourism in response to regional needs and industry trends.
The Faculty of Law and Management is La Trobe University’s largest Faculty. We offer courses at La Trobe’s main campus in Melbourne, as well as at our four Regional campuses across Victoria: Bendigo, Albury-Wodonga, Shepparton and Mildura.
There are six Schools in the Faculty:
* School of Accounting
* School of Economics and Finance
* School of Law
* School of Management
* Graduate School of Management
* Regional School of Business
These six schools undertake important research within their discipline areas and contribute to a host of national and international conferences
Business and Rural Accounting, Business Studies, Horticulture, Information Technology, Intermedia Art, Office Supplies, Photo Imaging, Rural, Visual Arts.
Warwick campus provides about 250,000 hours of training on-campus, off-campus, in the workplace, online, via Videoing and through other flexible delivery methods. It has 2,500 enrolments per year and offers qualifications in fields of business, rural, information technology, engineering, automotive, motor sport, childcare, aged care, shearing, wool classing, hospitality and general education.
The campus also provides an extensive array of training programs to high school students within Warwick and beyond and is a major player in the Warwick & District School Based Apprenticeships Program. It caters for people of all abilities.
The Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) is a leading business school in Australia and the Asia/Pacific region and has built a strong reputation for providing outstanding quality and flexible MBA and Postgraduate business education.
The School is committed to developing leaders with a global mindset, who create sustainable prosperity and are good citizens. The core values and practical applications of the School help ensure that MGSM graduates are not only equipped with the latest learning and research but are also able to give these skills practical application.
MGSM offers rigorous and in-depth postgraduate coursework programs, including the MBA, higher degree research programs and corporate and executive education programs.
As a business school MGSM faculty are able to dedicate themselves to postgraduate teaching and research Often consulting to industry, MGSM faculty are up to date with current issues and challenges in the business world. With two campuses in Sydney; one in Sydney CBD and one at North Ryde and with classes held in the evenings and some weekends MGSM provides flexible study options for business professionals.
La Trobe Law is known for the achievements and quality of our graduates and prides itself on having established and maintained a friendly environment that makes the study of law here a rewarding experience. We see all our students as members of the School, we treat all our visitors as friends, and we endeavour to maintain a lifelong association with our past graduates.
La Trobe School of Law is a law school of international standing. We believe that, in the contemporary world, it is important that law graduates have an understanding of legal issues from a global perspective. We further believe that skills in critical analysis, established solidly upon good legal knowledge and understanding, are what law graduates will need most in their future career development. While equipping students with the requisite skills and knowledge to practise law, we emphasise hands-on experiences such as clinical legal education, internship and placement programs and international exposure such as student exchange.
Our teaching is informed by high quality scholarly research, and fostering of inter-personal skills. Our highly qualified teaching staff are involved in international activities at the highest level, while research is distinguished by its strong commitment to access and justice and its global and comparative outlook. La Trobe Law produces expert research that informs government policy and public interest advocacy across a broad range of areas.
Ozford is an innovative educational institution with many opportunities offered to students to excel academically.
We are located in Melbourne ‘s Central Business District and are conveniently situated close to public transport, RMIT, the State Library, Queen Victoria Shopping Complex and Carlton Gardens.
Ozford consists of three colleges:
* Ozford English Language Centre (Cricos No. 02501G)
* Ozford College (Cricos No. 02427A)
* Ozford College of Business (Cricos No. 02573B)
At Ozford the emphasis is on linking theory with practice to ensure students receive not only an academic education but practical life experiences. Students are provided with the opportunity to practice skills learned by undertaking real life projects.
A marketing degree from Curtin Business School — renowned as one of Australia's most comprehensive marketing schools — will give you the ability to define a career that stays in front of emerging marketing trends.
For contemporary businesses to remain competitive, marketing strategies need to stay ahead of consumer expectations. Because the realm of marketing encompasses many professions — from branding, new product development, marketing research, advertising and public relations to electronic marketing, relationship marketing, sales and more — a marketing career needs to stay ahead of business expectations.
Graduates from the School of Marketing work as: Advertising Campaign Managers, Brand/Product Managers, Marketing Consultants, Communication Managers, Function Coordinators, Media Planners, Sales Managers and Sports Marketing Executives.
The School's research is well known for not only documenting the changes in marketing practices, but propelling them forward.
The Griffith Law School embraces the notion of scholarship in legal education through the delivery of research-driven, socially engaged teaching and scholarly ‘best practice’ in learning outcomes for both staff and students, both post-graduates and undergraduates. Excellent teaching is marked by the same habits of mind that characterise other types of scholarly work. Through dynamic & dialogical classroom strategies which emphasise the interfolding of research and legal pedagogy students are enabled to develop critical thinking, research & application skills.
Griffith Business School seeks to excel as a provider of high quality, cross disciplinary and internationally relevant business and public policy education and research, emphasising the relationship between business and society in promoting sustainable enterprises and communities.
The Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics offers industry recognised undergraduate and postgraduate programs in accounting, banking, business statistics, economics, finance and financial planning.
Our programs are designed to prepare you for an effective career in accounting, finance or economics. You will receive a professional education combining theory and practice, while gaining an understanding of the social and ethical issues behind your chosen discipline.