Studying abroad can be a wonderful, transformative experience. Over the years, at Aussizz, as Overseas Education Consultants, we have witnessed first-hand how overseas education transforms people’s lives. We’ve especially appreciated how short periods of study in Australia have equipped countless international students with new skills.
The education acquired and applied first hand in Universities and Institutes in Australia has opened up new doors of opportunity for them abroad. It is with the same spirit of transformation and possibility that we are approaching the November intake 2020.
Throughout this intake, this blog will focus on a variety of Universities and Institutes in Australia open for the November intake. We will also talk about the courses on offer, course details, learning outcomes, accreditation, and more. The Institute in focus for this blog is the Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT), and we will talk about their Business and Engineering programs.
If you’ve been researching online for the best business courses in Australia, MIT’s courses may be just the thing you’ve been looking for.
MIT is an institute affiliated with Federation University, Australia, with campuses in Melbourne and Sydney.
The Institute is registered by TEQSA (independent education regulatory body in Australia) as a higher education provider. Further, MIT is also registered on CRICOS and can provide courses to International Students.
Further, MIT boasts of state-of-the-art learning and teaching facilities, modern tech, and more.
If you’re looking to study a Business/Engineering courses in Australia, then MIT offers courses in both at an undergraduate/postgraduate level.
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Telecommunications):
This is a 3-year full-time course approved by TEQSA under the Higher Education Framework. The degree is recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) at Level 7.
Upon completion, students may be able to find employment as Telecommunications Engineer, Network Engineer, Telecommunication Network Designer, Network Manager, or other related roles.
The course also includes full-time Industry Experience of eight weeks (full-time), which helps international students gain real-world Australian experience in technical environments. This hands-on experience comes in handy while seeking future employment either at home or overseas.
Master of Engineering (Telecommunications):
This is a two-year postgraduate course. Like the related Bachelor’s course, it is approved by TEQSA. The degree is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework at Level 9. After finishing the course, students may be able to work in leadership roles in fields like administration, engineering services, telecommunications management and more.
The course has a WIL component (Work-integrated Learning) that allows students to put their learnings to use at real workplaces. MIT is known for its strong partnerships within the industry, allowing students access to potential employers.
Bachelor of Business (Major in Management/Accounting/Marketing/Digital Marketing):
MIT offers the Bachelor of Business program for International Students with four specialisations to choose from. Students can opt to major in Management, Accounting, Marketing, or Digital Marketing. It is a three-year program approved by TEQSA under the Higher Education Standards Framework. The final degree awarded is recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework at Level 9.
If you are interested in pursuing this program with a major in Accounting, then you would become eligible to apply for the Associate Membership of CPA Australia and IPA.
The Bachelor of Business (Accounting) program is accredited by CPA (Certified Practising Accountant) Australia, ICAA (Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia) and IPA (Institute of Public Accountants). Further, after completing the course, students become eligible for the CPA program of CPA Australia and the CA program of ICAA.
Speaking of the Bachelor of Business program as a whole, after the completion of the course, students may be able to find employment in:
The Bachelor of Business program includes a mandatory industry-based project that students have to undertake. This ensures that the learning received at MIT is holistic and that it provides industry knowledge and experience so that by the end of the program, students are truly ready for the workplace–whether in Australia or overseas
Related Read: Study Cutting-Edge Networking/Cyber Security Courses in Australia at MIT
At Aussizz, our Qualified Overseas Education Consultants have helped thousands of international students like yourself in finding the right course and university abroad. Right from the initial counselling to the day you fly to Australia to start your program, our experts offer guidance at every step of the way.
If you’re impressed with MIT has on offer, and if you would like to begin your study in Melbourne at the earliest, we can help with your application. Our team of registered immigration agents can also help you apply for the Australia Student Visa.
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