Diploma of Business

Eynesbury College

Entry Requirements

Students are required to complete international qualifications equivalent to Australian Year 12

Entry requirements vary from country to country.

IELTS (Academic): Overall 5.5 (minimum of 5.0 in individual band scores); TOEFL: 525 (Paper), 50 (IBT), 195 (Computer) and TWE 3; Pearson's (PTE Academic): 36; CELUSA (Academic English): AE3.

Course Details

Successfully completing your Diploma of Business at Eynesbury College will fast-track you into the second year of a bachelor’s degree in business, Commerce, Economics or Finance and Banking at The University of Adelaide. Within the university, you can choose from a number of specialist majors.

Required modules

Students choose 8 modules from a range of core modules and elective modules. Students will be counselled by Eynesbury academic staff to ensure the electives they choose will meet university requirements.

Accounting Foundations

This module introduces students to identifying, recording, and reporting business events and transactions for decision-making. Students will develop an understanding of principles and concepts in the conceptual framework which sets students up for success in later accounting courses. Students will learn the fundamentals of the double entry accounting system and preparing financial statements alongside the practical aspects of using a computerised accounting system. Specific topics include accounting for inventories, accounts receivable, non-current assets, liabilities and equity.

Business and Society

Business and Society introduces the relationship between society, business, government, and the not-for-profit sector. It considers the historical and cultural influences on that relationship and the responsibilities of professionals as managers, practitioners, employees and customers. It provides the foundation for future study in the Business School courses.

Business Finance 1

This module examines firm investment and distribution decisions in the context of a capital market structure and efficiency. Valuation methods are developed for valuing projects and securities. Basic portfolio theory is discussed to develop simple asset pricing models and used for determining the cost of capital for use in investment evaluation. The implications of different financing options (debt and equity) are considered, and elementary capital structure theorems are presented, in relation to which the dividend decisions are analysed. The question of market efficiency is considered and its implications for trading strategies are discussed.

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Level of Study: Diploma

Duration: 8 months

CRICOS Course Code: 072820A

English Requirements: IELTS Score UG

Annual Tuition: AUD$35,200.00

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