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The best business administrators are equally talented at managing numbers as they are people.

Studying business administration at Macquarie will allow you to develop skills in accounting, business, ethics, management, marketing and strategy – all key competencies you’ll need to succeed in today’s dynamic global business environment.

Graduate outcomes

Wendy Paterson

Wendy Paterson

Bachelor of Business Administration

"The Bachelor of Business Administration was great as it gave me a range of skills to confidently move about in my career. It is a flexible degree and responsive to changing industry priorities.

Macquarie University supported me in getting internships during my studies. I was able to complete internships at:

  • Sun Microsystems
  • Macquarie Group
  • Procter and Gamble in Singapore.

These opportunities helped me to build upon everything I was learning at university and really put my knowledge to the test in the real world. I have no doubt the experience I gained through my internships helped me secure my first role with the Department of Environment, as well as my current role as a Senior Research Analyst/Assistant Manager Australian Communications and Media Authority."

Career Opportunities

  • business analyst
  • communications manager
  • human resources manager
  • management consultant
  • marketing consultant
  • public sector manager
  • recruitment and staff development consultant
  • sales manager

Employers

  • accounting and consulting firms
  • business analyst firms
  • financial institutions
  • government organisations
  • international agencies
  • large and small businesses
  • marketing and public relation firms
  • merchant banker
  • recruitment agencies
  • software development companies

Business administration students worked in consultation with Tribal Warrior Association (TWA) for their PACE activity and gained invaluable professional experience and industry knowledge for their future careers.

“One of the biggest things I learnt is how important it is for us as a community to work together to ensure their NGO's success so they can keep adding value to the communities in which they operate.” – Alyssa Mulray

Through PACE, (Professional and Community Engagement), you can actively participate in research and make important workplace recommendations by examining business strategies in the context of community engagement.

Learn more about the opportunities available for you through PACE.

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