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Bachelor of Business

  • An undergraduate degree from UTS Business School gives you the opportunity to study a broad range of disciplines, so there's something for everyone!

  • Looking at university next year? Find out what it's like to study Business at UTS, and what opportunities the first year holds for you.

  • Our courses are designed to give you the practical skills that complement sound theoretical and academic concepts.

  • With so many study options available, you don't have to choose between your work and your education.
  • Want to give your degree broader relevance? Eager to see the world? Find out how to make the most of the international opportunities at UTS.

Domestic students

How to apply

Please note: This course is only offered offshore. It is available in Shanghai. The language of tuition is English.

The overall responsibility for all academic aspects of the Bachelor of Business degree at Shanghai University resides with the Director, UTS Business School Programs (Shanghai), Professor Sarath Delpachitra and the Dean of the Faculty of Business, Professor Chris Earley. UTS staff works closely with senior staff from SILC and Shanghai University in relation to all aspects of the course through the dual degree management committee.

Professor Sarath Delpachitra
email Sarath.Delpachitra@uts.edu.au

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International students

How to apply

Please note: This course is only offered offshore. It is available in Shanghai. The language of tuition is English.

The overall responsibility for all academic aspects of the Bachelor of Business degree at Shanghai University resides with the Director, UTS Business School Programs (Shanghai), Professor Sarath Delpachitra and the Dean of the Faculty of Business, Professor Chris Earley. UTS staff works closely with senior staff from SILC and Shanghai University in relation to all aspects of the course through the dual degree management committee.

Professor Sarath Delpachitra
email Sarath.Delpachitra@uts.edu.au

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