Course code: #BABUS
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At the University of New England, You will choose from a broad range of business and arts majors to build a skillset of specialist knowledge in areas that interest you.
The art component enables you to develop skills in critical thinking, ethical practice, creativity, cultural awareness and effective communication in all its forms.
You can choose a major from a broad range of arts and humanities subject areas.
The business component allows you to specialise in areas such as management, marketing, human resources, accounting or business analytics, to name just a few.
Combine the two majors to suit your career ambitions and areas of interest.
Such a diverse skillset and flexibility are highly sought after by employers in a fast-evolving professional landscape.
graduates are perfectly placed to succeed in a broad spectrum of careers through their understanding of business, the contemporary world, human culture and society.
|Cost of living||1 person||$4,752|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$7,200|
If you want to improve your English skills before you start studying for your degree, offer an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) course here.
You will have a direct pathway to a degree course at UNE upon completing this course.
Candidates must meet the following entry requirements:
|EAP Module 1||IELTS 4.5 with no sub-band less than 4.0 or equivalent.|
|EAP Module 2||IELTS 5.0 with no sub-band less than 4.5 or equivalent.|
|EAP Module 3||IELTS 5.5 with no sub-band less than 5.0 or equivalent.|
|EAP Module 4||IELTS 6.0 with no sub-band less than 5.5 or equivalent.|
|EAP Module 5||IELTS 6.5 with no sub-band less than 6.0 or equivalent.|
A candidate shall:
(a) be qualified for admission (see Admission, Credit and Enrolment Guidelines); or
(b) hold an AQF Level 5 Diploma in Arts from UNE; or
(c) hold an AQF Level 6 Advanced Diploma in Arts from UNE.
Assumed knowledge: any two units of English.
Any two units of Mathematics.
Candidates admitted under Rule (a) are referred to the University Admission, Credit and Enrolment Guidelines.
Candidates admitted under Rule (b) shall be granted a maximum of 48 credit points of Specified or Unspecified Advanced Standing based on their Admission to Candidature.
Candidates admitted under Rule (c) shall be granted a maximum of 72 credit points of Specified or Unspecified Advanced Standing based on their Admission to Candidature.
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