Prior to enrolling, students are required to attend a Pre-Placement Workshop offered by Flinders Business at various times throughout the year.
1 x 1-hour lecture per semester 1 x 150-hour industry placement per semester 1 x 8-hour on-line exercises per semester
1 Admission into CBUIBIR-B Business (International Business)/B Int Relations and Political Science 1a Admission into CBUEIR-Bachelor of Business Economics/Bachelor of International Relations and Political Science - City Campus 1b Admission into CITBU-Bachelor of Information Technology/Bachelor of Business - City Campus 1c Admission into CLAWAC-Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Accounting - City Campus 1d Admission into CPSBMK-Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Business (Marketing) - City Campus 2 54 units of any topic at any level 3 Admission into the Bachelor of Commerce and its specialisations 3a Admission into the Bachelor of Business and its specialisations 3b Admission into BACCT-Bachelor of Accounting 3c Admission into BAF-Bachelor of Accounting and Finance 3d Admission into BBEC-Bachelor of Business Economics 3e Admission into BF-Bachelor of Finance 3f Admission into BFBE-Bachelor of Finance and Business Economics 3g Admission into BAFAL-Bachelor of Accounting and Finance (Advanced Leadership) 3h Admission into BFAL-Bachelor of Finance (Advanced Leadership) 3i Admission into BCOM-Bachelor of Commerce 3j Admission into BIBWST-Bachelor of International Business (Wine, Spirits and Tourism) 3k Admission into BACOL-Bachelor of Accounting 3l Admission into BACCTFP-Bachelor of Accounting - City Campus 3m Admission into BAFFP-Bachelor of Accounting and Finance - City Campus 3n Admission into BBECFP-Bachelor of Business Economics - City Campus 3o Admission into BCOMFP-Bachelor of Commerce - City Campus 3p Admission into BBUSHRFP-Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) - City Campus 3q Admission into BBUSIBFP-Bachelor of Business (International Business) - City Campus 3r Admission into BBUSMGFP-Bachelor of Business (Management) - City Campus 3s Admission into BBUSMKFP-Bachelor of Business (Marketing) - City Campus 3t Admission into BBUSSMFP-Bachelor of Business (Sports Management) - City Campus 3u Admission into BBUSWSFP-Bachelor of Business - City Campus 3v Admission into BBF-Bachelor of Banking and Finance 3w Admission into BBFFP-Bachelor of Banking and Finance - City Campus 3x Admission into CLAWBU-Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business - City Campus 3y Admission into CBMGIR-Bachelor of Business (Management)/Bachelor of International Relations and Political Science - City Campus 4 54 units of any topic at any level Must Satisfy: (((1 or 1a or 1b or 1c or 1d) and 2) or ((3 or 3a or 3b or 3c or 3d or 3e or 3f or 3g or 3h or 3i or 3j or 3k or 3l or 3m or 3n or 3o or 3p or 3q or 3r or 3s or 3t or 3u or 3v or 3w or 3x or 3y) and 4))
Enrolment not permitted
BUSN9156 has been successfully completed
Students should have completed at least half of their degree.
This topic takes place partly on campus and partly in the workplace.Class contact involves the preparation, final debrief and assessment.
Students undertake an industry placement. Students are placed and matched with placements according to availability and suitability or students can source their own placement with approval. Students are prepared for their placement, enter into a learning contract to guide the work integrated learning experience and are supervised.
The topic aims to broaden a student's knowledge and skills through a placement in a business setting. The placement experience is designed to help the student become more fully prepared for a business career.
Expected learning outcomes
On completion of the topic students should be able to:
Develop personal goals to enable you to enhance your personal skills and competencies through observation, discussion and practice in a business setting.
Reflect upon your learning from University and apply disciplined based knowledge and skills to a professional workplace.
Communicate effectively and appropriately with peers, industry professionals and supervisors; convey information clearly and fluently in high quality verbal and written forms appropriate for a professional audience.
Demonstrate effective, professional and ethical engagement in a diverse, workplace setting.
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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