Bachelor of Business online

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Discover a new way to achieve your career goals, with the online Bachelor of Business degree at Victoria University.
Speak to an Enrolment Advisor to find out more

Get all the information you need about studying the Bachelor of Business 100% online, and download a course brochure.

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100% online
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No exams
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Academic support, 7 days a week
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Stay connected to industry
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Engaging online environment

Key information 

ATAR: not required
Duration: 3 years full time (or up to 6 years part time)
Delivery mode: 100% online
Fees: $2040 per unit. CSP and HECS-HELP available
Intakes: Feb, Mar, May, July, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov

Overview

Graduate business-ready with hands-on industry experience and cutting-edge digital skills by studying a Bachelor of Business degree at Victoria University Online.

This challenging and engaging business degree will improve your intellectual, analytical, organisational and interpersonal skills.

Our strong workplace links and expert lecturers bring industry involvement and expertise into the classroom so you graduate work-ready. You'll learn to use the latest industry-relevant software, become a good communicator and understand the importance of ethical and sustainable practices in modern commerce.

We'll also help you to focus on your own career planning and learn to maximise your own professional brand so that you can compete in contemporary business settings.

The course is offered 100% Online. The VU Online Bachelor of Business provides consistency, so you always know what to expect. Assessments are always due at the same time in each unit, and online classes—delivered by industry experts—are always held at the same day and time each week. If you cannot attend a live session, you can watch a recording anytime that suits you.

Tailor your learning to your career with a major

Explore our three specialised study areas, each designed to help you craft the ideal degree for your future career. 

Human Resource Management

Management & Innovation

Marketing

Course structure

Each unit (subject) is delivered over 4 weeks. You'll study compulsory core units, then select Marketing, Human Resources Management, and Management & Innovation units to build a degree in one of two ways:

  • major + minor + elective units, or
  • major + elective units.

The full degree comprises 24 units:

  • 10 core units
  • 8 units from a specialised area as your major 
  • 4 units from another specialised area as your minor (optional)
  • 2 or 6 units from any specialised area as electives*

*6 if you don't select a minor.

Core units

Human Resources Management units

Management & innovation units

Marketing units

Study with the VU Block Model

We are the first Australian university to use a 'block' model of learning, where you study one unit at a time rather than juggling several at once.

You'll study in short bursts, called blocks, each focused on one unit (subject) over four weeks.

Our 100% online Bachelor of Business program allows you to study when it suits you and you are not required to be online at specific times. It is recommended that you spend at least 20 hours per week on your studies.

Fees

There are 24 units in the course. If you have a CSP-funded place, each unit is charged at $2040.

What is a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP)?
A Commonwealth Supported Place is subsidised by the government, reducing it to the amount listed here. Most Australian citizens, permanent residents and New Zealand citizens will qualify for a CSP. If you don’t qualify, you’ll pay full fees. 
Learn more about CSP

What is HECS-HELP?
HECS-HELP is a Commonwealth Government loan scheme that helps eligible students pay all or part of their tuition fees, to be repaid once the student is working.
Learn more about HECS-HELP

How to apply

1. Talk to us – Call 1300 986 111

A conversation with one of our Student Enrolment Advisors will reassure you that you meet all the application requirements of the online course.

2. Prepare your documents

To complete your application, you will need to submit:

  • certified copies of your academic transcript/s or certificate/s of completion
  • a copy of your current CV that includes your current Position Description (PD)
  • supporting letter from your employer outlining your duties, responsibilities and duration of your employment/volunteer work.

 

3. Submit your application.

Apply online directly via our Admissions Centre.

You will receive an email to confirm your application and advise whether you need to provide any additional information.