Location
Ahmedabad, India

Intakes
Multiple, six-week teaching periods

Duration
Variable - based on study plan. Available in full-time and part-time mode.

Course code
BMES

Do you want a senior role in business and technology? Gain a competitive edge with a Master of Business (Enterprise Resource Planning Systems) from Victoria University.

VU is recognised as a leading provider of ERP systems (SAP) education, offering one of the most comprehensive ERP and business analytics programs in the world.

✔  Industry Qualification in SAP Solutions

✔  Fast-Track Your Career

✔  Guaranteed on-the-job training

Course overview

This course provides an information systems perspective to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, with an emphasis on SAP R/3. Develop the computing and business skills necessary to support the implementation and maintenance of ERP systems and gain an understanding of the strategic implications these systems have on a business.

You'll learn the latest SAP solutions which include:

  • business information warehouse
  • business objects
  • business intelligence
  • customer relationship management
  • advance planner and optimiser
  • solution manager
  • netweaver components

World-class business analytics program

We offer one of the most comprehensive ERP and business analytics programs in the world, and the only ERP course at this level in Australia.

Through our master’s program, you’ll develop in-demand computing and business skills needed to implement and maintain ERP systems. More importantly, you’ll understand how these systems affect and support business.

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Careers

Graduates of Victoria University's Master of Business (Enterprise Resource Planning Systems) are highly employable in the ERP/SAP industry.

You'll gain hands-on experience and learn from teachers who are experts in their field.

Job titles

Upon graduating, you could find work in the following roles:

  • senior and leadership roles in ICT
  • ERP analyst
  • business software manager
  • business analyst
  • SAP business consultant.

"It is a career-elevating program. It provides an ideal mix of key concepts and theory, as well as hands-on application by the most eminent mentors and experts in the field of analytics."

Sheth Ravi G. (Master of Business (Enterprise Resource Planning Systems))

Course structure

The Master of Business (Enterprise Resource Planning Systems) is a sixteen (16) unit, 192 credit point course with the following structure:

  • 48 credit points college core units
  • 24 credit points business core units
  • 84 credit points professional core units
  • 36 credit points research units
    • 12 credit points business research project; and,
    • 24 credit points elective units

Students who enter with an approved degree in a cognate discipline, may receive Advanced Standing for up to four (4) units and are required to complete the remaining twelve (12) units (144 credit points) to be eligible for the award.

  • Two (2) general electives (12 credit points each)

The elective units to be offered will be finalised prior to course offering.

Entry requirements

Academic requirements

Successful completion of an approved degree equivalent to an Australian undergraduate (bachelor) degree.

English-language requirements

You must provide evidence that you have completed an approved English-language test, and achieved the result as described below.

English language examination method Result
IELTS (academic module): Overall score (no band less than) 6.5 (6.0)
TOEFL Internet: Test score 79 (Listening 19, Speaking 19, Reading 18, Writing 22)
Pearson Test of English (PTE): Overall score (with no section score less than): 58-64 (50)
University of Cambridge - Advanced (CAE): Overall score (no band less than) 176 (169)

Applications that do not meet the above requirements may be considered on a case-by-case basis, providing:

  • the most recent studies were of at least two years in duration;
  • were conducted solely in English (language of instruction and assessment); and
  • were completed no more than two years prior to commencement of studies at Victoria University.

Each application will be assessed on a case-by-case basis and Victoria University reserves the right to request further evidence as determined by an Admissions Officer. Time limits may apply to English language requirements.