Australian universities boast some of the top business programs in the world, at both the undergraduate and postgraduate level, and offer a range of major options.
Australia’s innovative and forward-thinking business programs give students access to internships, mentors, and workshops across multiple industries and sectors. With the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree in as little as 2 years 8 months, you are able to dive into real-world experiences and grow as a young professional.
Bachelor of Business
Bachelor of Business Management
Bachelor of Commerce
Bachelor of Actuarial Science
Common Study Majors
Accounting, Banking, and Finance
Advertising and Marketing
Analytics, Economics & Information Systems
Business Information Systems
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Industrial Relations, Human Resource Management, and Employment Relations
Real estate and Property
Programs range from 2 years 8 months to 4 years in length, depending on the degree and study schedule selected.
Unique Program Options
Combined degree programs offer opportunities for a greater depth and breadth of study, where you can choose more than one major and explore the world of business from various angles.
Several universities have the option of completing your program on an accelerated schedule, allowing you to fast-track your studies and culminate your program in a shorter time period.
In addition, double degree programs provide the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s and master’s in as little as 4 years.
All of our Australian university partners offer undergraduate business degrees!
Starting Dates & Application Deadlines
Being in the southern hemisphere, the Australian school year is slightly different from here in Canada. The regular school year typically runs from February to November, with the summer break in November to February.
Common Start Dates for Australian programs
Semester 1: February/March
Semester 2: June/August
Common Application Deadlines
Semester 1: October – November
Semester 2: March – May
Regardless of the start date, it is recommended that applicants start their applications well ahead of the deadline!
Are there any scholarships for international students?
Scholarship options in Australia are usually limited for international students as they tend to be reserved for those undertaking postgraduate research degrees; however, we can advise you where to look and whether specific programs have a history of offering scholarships.
Occasionally, scholarships are granted to high achievers—those with very high marks. In previous years, we have seen $5000- to $10,000-scholarships given to OzTREKK students.
Check out OzTREKK’s Financing page to learn more about scholarships and paying for your degree.
What does “rolling admissions” mean?
Rolling admissions means the university assesses applications as they are received, or on a “first come, first served” basis. As soon as they’ve met the quota and the program is filled, they close the applications. So, for a program that has rolling admissions, the earlier you apply the better!
What are official transcripts, and how do I send them?
Currently, our Australian universities require original transcripts to assess your application—certified by OzTREKK, which means we have to put our stamp on paper. Literally.
Usually, students order transcripts from their high school, college and/or university and have them mailed to our office. Alternatively, you can pick up your transcripts and mail them to OzTREKK, as long as they remain in their original, sealed envelopes.
You will need to submit final transcripts (showing your degree/diploma is completed) from every institution you have attended. We only require one copy of each transcript, even if you apply to multiple universities or programs.
OzTREKK educational services
301-1 Sherbrooke St. E.
Perth, ON K7H 1A1 CANADA
Alternatively, your high school, college and/or university can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
P.S. Try sending your documents via FedEx and Purolator, especially when you need your documents to arrive at our office ASAP. If you use Canada Post’s courier Xpresspost, please don’t request a signature, as this can add unexpected delays!
As soon as your transcript arrives, we’ll let you know!
Should I start studies between high school and university?
We recommend against starting university studies in between as it can complicate the application/acceptance process.
If you were to receive an offer to an Australian university, it would be conditional on you completing your current studies, or showing that you have withdrawn form these studies. This means that you would need to provide evidence that you have completed all current studies before you would be able to accept the offer. This includes Canadian university studies.
If you were to receive an offer and begin university studies to fill in the gap, you would need to complete these studies before you would be able to fully accept your offer. With the Canadian semester running from September to December, this can make things very rushed.
We understand this sort of thing can be complicated, so if you feel a phone call would help to clarify your situation, we’re happy to chat!
When should I request my high school transcript?
Please note that Australian universities will need at least one semester of Grade 12 marks in order to do a primary assessment. Please wait until these grades are released before requesting your transcript.
When should I apply?
Applications typically open a year in advance of the program start date. We recommend that you begin your application in January/February and aim to have your documents in by the spring/early summer.
What if my transcripts / documents are not in English?
If your documents are not in English, you must provide full translation of each document, either prepared by your university or by a registered translator. You must not translate the documents yourself.
Please note OzTREKK must receive the official translation directly from the university or translator in order to certify the document. Please read How Do I Send My Transcripts for more information.