Course code: #BCOM
These are mandatory and all come with course.
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Marketers are the ultimate go-betweens in the business world, responsible for bringing brands and consumers together.
Pursuing marketing studies can lead to working in media, publishing, PR, and retail as brand managers, advertising executives, or event managers.
But like the degree, marketing is a broad career path with many options.
As marketing jobs can be found across every industry, where you choose to focus your skills is up to you.
You’ll gain up to 175 hours of workplace and community experience before graduating.
As part of the Work Integrated Learning program, you’ll gain 105 hours of industry placement in your area of specialisation.
As part of your degree, you’ll have the opportunity to work with not-for-profit organisations with 35 to 70 hours of community engagement experience.
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English for Academic Purposes (EAP) focuses on developing your English language proficiency and approach to academic study to help you complete university-level courses.
At the same time, it allows you to become familiar with campus life and the resources and services available to you.
These courses range in duration from 5 to 30 weeks and are available at the Brisbane, Melbourne and North Sydney campuses.
0.5 IELTS band below the required level for ACU pathway or degree programs 10 weeks
1.0 IELTS band below the required level for ACU pathway or degree programs 20 weeks
1.5 IELTS band below the required level for ACU pathway or degree programs 30 weeks
Upon completing EAP, students will meet the English language requirement of most ACU Diploma courses, undergraduate degrees and postgraduate programs.
You’ll need an Australian Year 12 Certificate equivalent if you're an international applicant.
The ACU Foundation Studies program provides a pathway to your first year of undergraduate study at ACU.
Gain guaranteed entry to your chosen ACU undergraduate degrees as long as you achieve the grade point average and English proficiency level required for your degree.
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