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BUSINESS

NEVER WORK A DAY IN YOUR LIFE, AGAIN.

More and more people are choosing to study business this year, for its strong prospects and job security that the business sector offers graduates.

Opting to study business is not just for the high-school leavers, but also for anyone looking to upskill and update their portfolio with relevant skills so that they can proceed to the next stage of their career.

WHY STUDY BUSINESS?

01. Practicality

Business skills are required in every industry imaginable. Whether it’s retail, healthcare, hospitality, or even not-for-profit, the skills you learn at a business school will be in great demand wherever you go.

02. Freedom

As business skills are so widely in demand, a career in business will give you the opportunity to travel and work from any continent across the globe.

03. Specialisation

You’ll have plenty of opportunities to specialise with a business degree. You could specialise in management, marketing, hospitality, HR, accounting, finance, and more. If you have a passion, you could easily combine it with your business knowledge.

04. Self-employment

No, you don’t necesarilly need a business degree to start a business. But many talented people who do, fail within the first year. Passion alone won’t get you very far in the business world, which is why those who study business have an extraordinary edge.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR ADVANCEMENT

Business careers offer more opportunity for career advancement. That means you’ll have quicker access to salary increases, and other job perks that other career choices may not offer as readily.

RELEVANT BUSINESS COURSES

Graduates of our Business courses will:

  1. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  2. Work effectively independently and in teams.
  3. Engage in critical thinking and analytical problem-solving.
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of theory, models and concepts relevant to Marketing, Management, International Business, Human Resource Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and Tourism.
  5. Display proficiency in the utilisation of information and technology in business.
  6. Apply business skills that incorporate understanding of global and ethical issues.