This program helps you to apply the fundamentals of business to real world situations through collaborative projects, critical thinking and problem-solving opportunities. With our close ties to the UTS Business School, we work in partnership to create a seamless transition from diploma to degree. You’ll have the opportunity to specialise within the Bachelor of Business, enabling you to deepen your understanding of a specific area of business.

How do the diplomas compare?

Do you like to learn at a steady pace? Our Standard program delivers the same content as Accelerated, just spread out over 12 months. You'll find this ideal if you want to focus on your studies while enjoying your new life in Australia.
Fees$33,000

FEE-HELP available for eligible domestic students.
UTS College reserves the right to vary fees at any time. You should factor in the likelihood of an annual UTS College fee increase into your budget.

Duration3 semesters (12 months)
CRICOS code053606J
Entry requirements

Choose country or region where you completed secondary schooling

Academic

If you do not meet the academic requirements consider our UTS Foundation Studies.

English

IELTS: 6.0 overall with 6.0 in writing or UTS College AE4 with pass grade.

Find out about accepted alternative English language qualifications at UTS College. 

If you do not meet the English requirements consider our English Language Courses or our Extended Diploma

General

Important note on minimum age requirement

International students are normally expected to be at least 17 years of age at commencement of the Diploma course. Where a student has satisfied both English and Academic entry requirements for the diploma course, but has not yet reached the above age, they may enrol in the course providing UTS College is satisfied that the student is living in appropriate accommodation and suitable welfare conditions are in place.

Articulation to a UTS degree

International students: based on no more than two subject failures.

Domestic students: based on the required Grade Point Average.

Subjects
Do you thrive under pressure? Our accelerated program is the fastest way to get into a UTS degree, but it's not for everyone. The workload is intense and you'll need to be dedicated to your studies to succeed.
Fees$33,000

FEE-HELP available for eligible domestic students.
UTS College reserves the right to vary fees at any time. You should factor in the likelihood of an annual UTS College fee increase into your budget.

Duration2 semesters (8 months)
CRICOS code070300G
Entry requirements

Choose country or region where you completed secondary schooling

Academic

If you do not meet the academic requirements consider our UTS Foundation Studies.

English

IELTS: 6.0 overall with 6.0 in writing or UTS College AE4 with pass grade.

Find out about accepted alternative English language qualifications at UTS College. 

If you do not meet the English requirements consider our English Language Courses or our Extended Diploma

General

Important note on minimum age requirement

International students are normally expected to be at least 17 years of age at commencement of the Diploma course. Where a student has satisfied both English and Academic entry requirements for the diploma course, but has not yet reached the above age, they may enrol in the course providing UTS College is satisfied that the student is living in appropriate accommodation and suitable welfare conditions are in place.

Articulation to a UTS degree

International students: based on no more than two subject failures.

Domestic students: based on the required Grade Point Average.

Subjects
Do you want to build your English language skills while you study? Our Extended program offers the same subjects as the standard program, PLUS Academic English or Academic Communication. This is ideal if you want a confidence boost before taking the next step into a UTS degree.
Fees$41,000

FEE-HELP available for eligible domestic students.
UTS College reserves the right to vary fees at any time. You should factor in the likelihood of an annual UTS College fee increase into your budget.

Duration4 semesters (16 months)
CRICOS code080142A
Entry requirements

Choose country or region where you completed secondary schooling

Academic

If you do not meet the academic requirements consider our UTS Foundation Studies.

English

IELTS: 5.5 overall with a minimum of 5.0 in all bands or UTS College AE3 with pass grade.

Find out about accepted alternative English language qualifications at UTS College. 

If you do not meet the English requirements consider our English Language Courses or our Extended Diploma

General

Important note on minimum age requirement

International students are normally expected to be at least 17 years of age at commencement of the Diploma course. Where a student has satisfied both English and Academic entry requirements for the diploma course, but has not yet reached the above age, they may enrol in the course providing UTS College is satisfied that the student is living in appropriate accommodation and suitable welfare conditions are in place.

Articulation to a UTS degree

International students: based on no more than two subject failures.

Domestic students: based on the required Grade Point Average.

Subjects

Course intake & start dates

Semester 1 intake 28 February 2022 1 April 2022
Semester 2 intake 14 June 2022 15 July 2022
Semester 3 intake 26 September 2022 28 October 2022

Orientation dates

Semester 1: 28 February - 4 March 2022
Semester 2: 14-17 June 2022
Semester 3: 26-30 September 2022

Leads to the following majors at UTS

  • Accounting
  • Advertising and Marketing Communications
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • International Business
  • Law
  • Management
  • Marketing

Modes of study

This course is delivered full time and face-to-face in scheduled classes. The course is also delivered Live Online in exceptional circumstances such as the current pandemic.

Assessment methods

Assessment methods in the Diploma of Business include online quizzes (multiple choice, calculations, open ended questions); learning portfolios; presentations (group and individual); videos presentations (vivas); written case studies; written reflections; written assignments and reports (group and individual) and final exams (multiple choice, calculations, and open-ended questions).

Important dates

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