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Here’s why Tassie is an incredible place to study business

Your success is our business.

Are you an innovator, an organiser and a communicator? Do you do pretty much everything like a boss?

Congratulations. You’re destined to be a mover and shaker in the business world!

Studying Business and Economics is a lot about numbers, sure. But it’s way more than that. Here you’ll learn all about managing people, how to work well in teams, and how to solve problems with imagination and innovation…skills that will work really well in any career you choose.

We want our graduates to be able to work anywhere in the world. And right here in Tasmania is where you can get a fantastic hands-on and informed education to make your dreams a reality. Here’s what we offer.

Learn on the job

Our Corporate Internship Program is well known for a reason. It gives you actual, real experience in the work place. And we don’t mean just getting the coffees. We mean participating like a real member of the team, doing the work, making decisions…and maybe even getting a job at the end of it.

Learn from experts

You might study numbers, but you don’t want to be one. We know business is an incredibly popular course to study. But at the University of Tasmania we know students learn better when they’re not one of a massive crowd of students. Our lecturers will know your name, and you’ll have every opportunity to benefit from their knowledge and get the help you need to succeed.

Learn your way

One of the best things about studying Business is how well it combines with other disciplines. That means you can customise your degree with Arts, Law or Science, depending on your other interests. This will make your skills, and your job potential, even better.

Learn to be adventurous

Our Business School also has a big emphasis on entrepreneurship, because we think if you’ve got a dream, you should chase it. We’ve got experts in entrepreneurship with real-world experience, to help you get the skills and smarts you need to make your plans happen.

Sound exciting? Apply now to study at the University of Tasmania.