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2017 International
Course Guide
mit.edu.au

                MELBOURNE • SYDNEY
               MIT CRICOS Provider No. 01545C (NAT), 03245K (NSW)
             Federation University Australia CRICOS Provider No. 00103D
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General Information
Welcome Message from Federation University Australia                                              3
Why study at Federation University Australia at MIT Melbourne & Sydney                            4
Living in Melbourne, Australia                                                                    5
MIT Melbourne Campus                                                                              6
Living in Sydney, Australia                                                                       7
MIT Sydney Campus                                                                                 8
Teaching and Learning                                                                            10
Entry Requirements & Academic Calendar                                                           10

The Business School
Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)                                                                12
Bachelor of Business (Management)                                                                13
Graduate Diploma of Management                                                                   14
Graduate Diploma of Professional Accounting                                                      15
Master of Professional Accounting                                                                16
Master of Business Administration                                                                17

School of Engineering and IT
Bachelor of Information Technology                                                               19
Bachelor of Information Technology (Business Systems)                                            20
Graduate Diploma of Technology (Enterprise Systems)                                              21
Graduate Diploma of Technology (Software Engineering)                                            22
Master of Technology (Enterprise Systems)                                                        23
Master of Technology (Software Engineering)                                                      24

How to apply – International students                                                            25
Important information for International students                                                 26
Before you travel                                                                                27
Fees and Charges                                                                                 28

International Student Application Form                                                           29

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Welcome to Federation
University Australia.
You are about to discover a range of
study options available at Federation
University Australia.

FedUni strives to make its students active
and enthusiastic participants in university
and community life. The University’s
dedication to the best learning and
teaching opportunities is demonstrated
by our number one ranking for teaching
quality by the Good Universities Guide –
for a record 8 consecutive year. FedUni
is also renowned for its inclusive and
friendly environment – and continues
to rank highly for full-time graduate
employment. There are many good
reasons for you to consider the extensive
study options offered by FedUni, where
you will learn to succeed.

We wish you well in your studies.

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Why study at Federation University
Australia at MIT Melbourne & Sydney
Federation University of Australia (FedUni) is the third oldest site of Higher
Learning in Australia with around 25,000 international and domestic
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of 144 years of tertiary education with the freedom and dynamism that
comes with being a multisector University with close links to local industry
and technology. MIT Campuses are in the Central Business Districts of
Melbourne and Sydney where our students can enjoy convenient eating
places, bookstores, excellent shopping and public transport.

MIT Melbourne & Sydney helps you get there faster MIT Melbourne
& Sydney has three trimesters in one calendar year, each trimester
being equal to one traditional semester. This gives you an option to
complete your degree faster than conventional semester systems at other
universities. This can save you time and put you ahead of your peers in
the employment market. For example, you could complete a three year
bachelor degree (traditionally completed over six semesters) in two years
(completed over six trimesters).

Note: The academic calendar is less than 16 months for two year fast track option.

Industry relevant programs FedUni’s programs are regularly updated to
suit changes in the international environment. The University’s close links
with industry plays an important role in the design of programs which greatly
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employed all over the world including Japan, Singapore, UK, UAE, Russia,             counselling and support. The counsellor can provide
USA and Canada.                                                                      advice on a wide range of personal or welfare matters.
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you make a successful transition from study to employment. Our career                counsellor is committed to understanding your situation,
development services include career counselling, job search assistance,              and exploring with you the possibilities for bringing about
resume and interview skills training as well as workshops and seminars               positive changes. For assistance, contact:
throughout the academic year to help develop your professional skills.               studentservices@mit.edu.au or phone
                                                                                     (+613) 8600 6700 (Melbourne) or
Meeting professional bodies MIT Melbourne & Sydney holds regular                     (+612) 8267 1400 (Sydney).
seminars with Professional Bodies on our campuses. Professional Bodies
are invited to speak about the work opportunities available when you                 Disability
graduate. These seminars are a fantastic opportunity for you to learn more           Our counselling service assists people with permanent
about graduate placements and to keep up-to-date on requirements for                 and temporary disabilities in gaining access to programs
particular industries in Australia and overseas. People who can advise you           and facilities and assists them to achieve their personal
on how to improve your job prospects.                                                and academic goals. Our experienced counsellors
                                                                                     have knowledge and expertise in access and equity
Study Assist Program The Study Assist Program can help you                           issues, and in facilitating adjustments to our educational
understand what is expected of you from an academic point of view.                   environment. If a physical, sensory or learning disability
They help you improve the skills and techniques you need to achieve                  or other disability or medical condition may impact
your academic goals. Various areas of study are covered by the program.              on your ability to achieve your academic goals, our
These include: best practice for study, referencing, report writing, essay           FRXQVHOOLQJVWDijPD\EHDEOHWRDVVLVW\RX
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researching, time management and exam preparation. They also cover                   or phone (+613) 8600 6700 (Melbourne) or
strategies for understanding concepts and applying them successfully.                (+612) 8267 1400 (Sydney).

Smaller class sizes are better for learning Our class sizes are                      Student activities
smaller than traditional universities. This smaller class size encourages            MIT Melbourne & Sydney’s Student Services and
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support. MIT Melbourne & Sydney lecturers are encouraged to give                     events for students to attend throughout the year. These
students individual attention – helping make sure you understand the                 events are a great way to meet other students and make
lessons – and giving you the support you need to help pass your course.              new friends while having fun.

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Living in Melbourne, Australia
Australia is an ethnic melting pot. It’s a country known for world-famous                                   FACTS AND FIGURES
natural wonders, diverse landscapes and a vibrant multicultural society                                     Population: 4.5 million (Melbourne City & surrounding areas) [1]
that practices almost every religion and lifestyle. Since 1945 more than                                    Time zone: UTC/GMT +10 hours.
six million people from across the world have come to Australia to live.                                    Language: English. Australia is a multicultural country, and
There are 226 languages spoken here – after English, the most popular                                       therefore, it is common to hear people speaking a variety of
are Mandarin, Italian, Arabic, Cantonese and Greek.                                                         languages.
                                                                                                            Currency: Australian Dollar (AUD$).
The island continent is almost as big as the USA, but has a population                                      Climate/Weather: Moderate oceanic. It is often said that
of only 24 million people (most of whom live within 50 kilometres of the                                    Melbourne has “four seasons in one day”. The weather is
coast). Australia’s coastline stretches almost 50,000 kilometres and has                                    TXLWHXQSUHGLFWDEOHWKHUHIRUH\RXDUHDGYLVHGWRWDNHDQ
more beaches (over 10,000) than any other country. Inland, there are                                        umbrella and a jumper whenever you go out, to be prepared
vast areas of semi- arid and desert areas.                                                                  for all weather conditions.Hats, cool clothing and maximum
                                                                                                            UV protection (30+) sunscreen are basic necessities during
All major cities, and the nation’s capital, are wonderfully liveable, offer                                 summer, and a long sleeved-jacket and warm clothes are
great cultural liberty and exceptional quality of life.                                                     recommended for winter.
                                                                                                            Summer - December to February, warm and dry, with
Melbourne is the capital of Victoria and Australia’s second largest city. As                                maximum average temperatures around 26-30 degrees
home to over 4.5 million people - and over 140 different nationalities – it                                 Celsius (79-86 degrees Fahrenheit).
has grown to be Australia’s most cultured city, recognised for its quality                                  Autumn - March to May.
restaurants, outstanding art and culture, and excellent shopping.                                           Winter - June to August, usually cool, with a mix of clear,
                                                                                                            sunny weather, and cold and damp conditions. Temperatures
It is also Australia’s sporting capital, home to world-class sporting events like                           in winter can range from 2-19 degree Celsius (36-66 degrees
the Melbourne Formula One Grand Prix, the Australian Open tennis, the Phillip                               Fahrenheit).
Island Motorcycle Grand Prix, and an annual International Test Cricket series.                              Spring - September to November.
                                                                                                            Living costs: AUD$ 19,830 per year. (approximately)
The environment is clean. The cost of living is affordable. The quality of                                  The living cost stated above is an annual estimate and should
housing and education is high. Melbourne has been voted ‘the world’s                                        be used as a guide only. This amount does not include
most liveable city’ for the 6th year in a row.                                                              tuition fees, airfares, purchasing furniture, security bonds
                                                                                                            for apartments or OSHC. Your living costs can also vary
For further information, please visit:                                                                      according to your lifestyle, personal choices, and the type of
www.melbourne.vic.gov.au                                                                                    accommodation you choose. It is advised that you allocate
www.visitmelbourne.com                                                                                      a budget of approximately AUD$ 3,000 for initial costs of
                                                                                                            establishing yourself in Melbourne, and a further $1,000 for
[1] - (2015, July 09). Australia’s Capital Cities. McCrindle. Retrieved from http://mccrindle.com.au/the-
mccrindle-blog/australias-capital-cities                                                                    the purchase of a personal computer.

Students at the State
Library of Victoria which is
just 4 minutes walk from
MIT’s Melbourne Campus

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MIT Melbourne Campus
                                                                                                  MIT Melbourne Campus is located in the heart of
                                                                                                  the city, situated among shops, restaurants, the
                                                                                                  Queen Victoria Market, and entertainment outlets,
                                                                                                  it gives you a host of options for relaxing between
                                                                                                  lectures. A short walk to some of Melbourne’s
                                                                                                  favourite parks and gardens, all major banks,
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                                                                                                  – and provides fantastic extra study resources
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                                                                                                  teaching and learning facilities.

                                                                                                  These include modern computer labs,
                                                                                                  computer networking labs, wireless internet, a
                                                                                                  comprehensive library with the latest electronic
                                                                                                  information services, bookshop, computer shop,
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Living in Sydney, Australia
Sydney: The Gateway to Australia                                                                            FACTS AND FIGURES
Renowned as a dynamic and cosmopolitan city, Sydney combines                                                Population: over 4.9 million. [1] Sydney is Australia’s
excellent business and education facilities with great leisure activities.                                  largest city
Sydney is famous for its World Heritage-listed Sydney Opera House and                                       Time zone: UTC/GMT +10 hours.
is one of the world’s favourite cities.                                                                     Language: English. Australia is a multicultural country,
                                                                                                            and therefore, it is common to hear people speaking a
Sydney is Australia’s oldest and largest city and is set on one of the world’s                              variety of languages.
most stunning harbours, fringed by easy-to-reach, sandy beaches. The city                                   Currency: Australian Dollar (AUD$).
has a sunny, moderate climate which contributes to Sydneysiders’ relaxed                                    Climate/Weather: Moderate oceanic – warm
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multicultural restaurant and cafe scene is enhanced by outstanding local                                    necessities during summer, and a long sleeved-jacket
fresh produce and world-class wines.                                                                        and warm clothes are recommended for winter.
                                                                                                            Summer - December to February, warm and dry, with
Sydney has a dynamic arts and cultural scene and is home to some of                                         maximum average temperatures around 26-30 degrees
Australia’s leading arts organisations such as Opera Australia, Sydney                                      Celsius (79-86 degrees Fahrenheit).
Theatre Company, the Sydney Symphony and the Sydney Dance Company.                                          Autumn - March to May.
                                                                                                            Winter - June to August, usually cool, with a mix of
For further information, please visit: www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au                                          clear, sunny weather, and cold and damp conditions.
                                                                                                            Temperatures in winter can range from 2-19 degree
                                                                                                            Celsius (36-66 degrees Fahrenheit).
                                                                                                            Spring - September to November.
                                                                                                            Living costs: AUD$ 19,830 per year. (approximately)
                                                                                                            The living cost stated above is an annual estimate and
                                                                                                            should be used as a guide only. This amount does
                                                                                                            not include tuition fees, airfares, purchasing furniture,
                                                                                                            security bonds for apartments or OSHC. Your living
                                                                                                            costs can also vary according to your lifestyle, personal
                                                                                                            choices, and the type of accommodation you choose.
                                                                                                            It is advised that you allocate a budget of approximately
                                                                                                            AUD$ 3,000 for initial costs of establishing yourself
[1] - (2015, July 09). Australia’s Capital Cities. McCrindle. Retrieved from http://mccrindle.com.au/the-
                                                                                                            in Sydney, and about $1,000 for the purchase of a
mccrindle-blog/australias-capital-cities                                                                    personal computer.

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MIT Sydney Campus

                                                                                                         The MIT Sydney Camp Campus is located in Sydney’s
                                                                                                         Central Business Dist  District (CBD) next to Darling
                                                                                                         Harbour, one of the city’s largest shopping,
                                                                                                                     entertainment precincts. The Campus
                                                                                                         food and entertainmen
                                                                                                         is just a short walk ffrom the Pitt Street Mall,
                                                                                                                             Building and Chinatown, and
                                                                                                         Queen Victoria Buildi
                                                                                                         provides easy access to public transport and
                                                                                                         all the facilities of a world
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Teaching and Learning
A WIDE RANGE OF TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS                                      Academic Calendar 2016-2018
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learn. Courses are taught using a range of methods including: lectures,            2016
seminars, tutorials and laboratory sessions, group discussions and
projects, individual research projects, class presentations, case methods          Trimester               Orientation
and industry based projects.                                                       November                7-11 Nov 2016
                                                                                   Start Date              End Date
As a rule, you will learn the core information in larger lectures. These are
followed by smaller group practicals that allow you to further explore what        14 Nov 2016             25 Feb 2017
you’ve been taught. Great importance is placed on understanding and
applying theories and concepts. You will also be encouraged to critically          2017
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YOU ARE AN INDEPENDENT INDIVIDUAL                                                  March                   13-17 Mar 2017
All FedUni at MIT Melbourne & Sydney students are encouraged to ask                Start Date              End Date
questions and express personal viewpoints. You will be expected to spend
                                                                                   20 Mar 2017             24 Jun 2017
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course of study.
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own learning, and develop your own mature self-directed learning habits.
                                                                                   Start Date              End Date
HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT                                                              17 Jul 2017             21 Oct 2017
To help you, there are Study Skills workshops and mentor assistance
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management skills.                                                                 November                6 -10 Nov 2017
                                                                                   Start Date              End Date
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS                                                                 13 Nov 2017             24 Feb 2018

Academic Entry Requirements
Undergraduate Programs
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                                                                                   19 Mar 2018             23 Jun 2018
Postgraduate Programs
As a minimum, applicant must have at least successfully completed an
Australian bachelor degree or overseas equivalent, with minimum grades             Trimester               Orientation
or marks in relevant subjects. In addition to the minimum academic                 July                    9 -13 Jul 2018
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English Language Requirement
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(International students only)
Students who do not meet the English Language requirement can                      November                5 - 9 Nov 2018
undertake English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program at MIT Melbourne             Start Date              End Date
or Sydney English Language Centre. For further information please visit:
www.mit.edu.au                                                                     12 Nov 2018             23 Feb 2019

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School of
Business

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Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
CRICOS Program Code 044114D Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 3 years (6 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Successful completion of an Australian Year 12 or equivalent.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

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Bachelor of Business (Management)
CRICOS Program Code 088132E Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 3 years (6 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Successful completion of an Australian Year 12 or equivalent.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

                                                                                    SAMPLE STUDY PROGRAM
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                                                                                    •   Elective
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                                                                                    •   Fundamentals of Law

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                                                                                    •   Principles of Economics
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Graduate Diploma of Management
CRICOS Program Code 085208C Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 1.5 years (3 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Successful completion of an Australian Bachelor degree or overseas equivalent. Applicants holding other
academic or professional qualifications and/or with no work experience may also be granted admission to the program following an evaluation
of their academic and professional skills; or Applicants without tertiary qualifications, but with significant managerial work experience, and
an assessed capacity to undertake study at this level may also be granted admission. Professional qualification and work experience will be
assessed by faculty Program Co-ordinator.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

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This program has been designed as both an entry and exit point for the                  SAMPLE STUDY PROGRAM
Master of Business Administration.                                                      Year 1 Trimester 1
                                                                                        •   Accounting and Finance
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program. Careers include business analyst, business consultant, business                •   Elective
manager, business owner,general manager, human resources manager,                       •   Elective
marketing manager, researcher and strategic planner.                                    •   Elective
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                                                                                        •   Managing the Legal Environment
                                                                                        •   Management in a Global Business Environment
                                                                                        •   Strategy and Management of Change
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Graduate Diploma of Professional Accounting
CRICOS Program Code 085209B              Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 1.5 years (3 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Successful completion of an Australian Bachelor degree or overseas equivalent. Applicants holding other
academic or professional qualifications and/or with no work experience may also be granted admission to the program following an
evaluation of their academic and professional skills. Applicants without tertiary qualifications, but with significant managerial work experience,
and an assessed capacity to undertake study at this level may also be granted admission. Professional qualification and work experience will
be assessed by Federation University, faculty Program Co-ordinator.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

Program Outline
The Graduate Diploma of Professional Accounting has been developed                           SAMPLE STUDY PROGRAM
as both an entry point and an exit point for the Master of Professional                      Year 1 Trimester 1
Accounting. Please see Master of Professional Accounting (below) for                         •   Commercial Law
further program outline information.                                                         •   Business Economics
                                                                                             •   Accounting Concepts and Practices
Career Opportunities                                                                         •   Information Systems Design and Development
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                                                                                             •   Taxation Law and Practice
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Master of Professional Accounting
CRICOS Program Code 085211G Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 2 years (4 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Completion of an undergraduate degree in a non-accounting discipline; or equivalent
This program is intended for applicants with an undergraduate degree in a non-accounting discipline who are looking for a career in professional
accounting. It can also meet the needs of people who have significant experience working in accounting and who now wish to increase their
knowledge, skills, and recognition and employment options by having a high-level qualification in this area. In exceptional circumstances,
applicants who do not have a bachelor’s degree may be admitted on the basis of relevant work experience, and demonstrated capacity to
undertake the program as determined by Federation Business School, following an evaluation of their academic and professional skills.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

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comprehensive program of study in Accounting theory and practice that                       • Accounting Concepts and Practices
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Graduates may be employed in a wide variety of commercial, government                       •   Corporate Law
and professional settings. Careers include banker, professional accountant,                 •   Research and Statistical Methods for Business
stockbroker. The Master of Professional Accounting will enable you to
pursue a pathway to qualify as a professional accountant.                                   Year 2 Trimester 3
                                                                                            •   Financial Accounting
Professional Recognition                                                                    •   Auditing and Assurance Services
This program is recognised by Certified Practising Accountants (CPA)                        •   Financial Management
Australia.                                                                                  •   Taxation Law and Practice

                                                                                            Year 2 Trimester 4
                                                                                            •   Business, Society and the Planet
                                                                                            •   Elective
                                                                                            •   Elective
                                                                                            •   Elective

                                                                               Rabindra Rimal, Nepal
                                                                               “I really enjoyed my time at MIT, as the lecturers
                                                                               were very approachable. As an international
                                                                               student, the very friendly and supportive
                                                                               environment provided by MIT helped me to engage
                                                                               properly in a multicultural studying environment. I
                                                                               am very thankful to FedUni at MIT, as they provided
                                                                               me with what I needed to excel through my MPA
                                                                               program. I would highly recommend international
                                                                               students to join FedUni at MIT.”

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Master of Business Administration
CRICOS Program Code 085210J           Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 2 years (4 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: A Bachelor degree or equivalent professional qualification. Applicants holding other academic or professional
qualifications and/or with no work experience may also be granted admission to the program following an evaluation of their academic
and professional skills; or Applicants without tertiary qualifications, but with significant managerial work experience, and an assessed
capacity to undertake study at this level may also be granted admission. Professional qualification and work experience will be assessed
by faculty Program Coordinator.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

Program Outline
Excel in the rapidly changing business world with our MBA and become a                SAMPLE STUDY PROGRAM
global business leader, world-class manager or successful entrepreneur.               Year 1 Trimester 1
You have an existing degree and now want a competitive business edge.                 •   Organisations, Behaviour, Structure, Processes
                                                                                      •   Business, Society and the Planet
You’ll learn the suite of most important business skills like accounting,             •   Marketing Management
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              International Prospectus 2017
Bachelor of Information Technology
CRICOS Program Code 074009A               Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 3 years (6 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Successful completion of an Australian Year 12 with final-year mathematics courses, or overseas equivalent.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

Program Outline
An exciting industry where change is rapid. IT is a key skill and the foundation for a                SAMPLE STUDY
broad range of careers. Career roles are diverse and varied, and employment in IT is                  PROGRAM
projected to continue to grow. Employers are looking for innovative people, people who                Year 1 Trimester 1
can solve problems and can look at the bigger picture. Our IT graduates are highly sought             •   Programming 1
E\LQGXVWU\DQGRXUQHZO\VWUXFWXUHGGHJUHHJLYHV\RXWKHIJH[LELOLW\WRXQGHUWDNHDEUHDGWK         •   Communications and Technology
of study with a range of electives, or to focus on specialised stream.                                •   Network Operating Systems
                                                                                                      •   Introduction to Multimedia
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management and organisation, fundamental techniques and strategies involved with                      Year 1 Trimester 2
problem solving, and you are introduced to concepts such as programing, databases,                    •   Database Management Systems
networks, operating systems and hardware. You will gain a strong, broad knowledge in                  •   Programming 2
foundation topics, that prepare you for second and third year when you will delve more                •   Computing or Maths/Stats Elective
GHHSO\LQWRVSHFLıFDUHDVRILQWHUHVW2QJUDGXDWLRQ\RXZLOOKDYHOHDUQWKRZWRFUHDWHD           •   Elective
graphical model, or a data model, of how data will be stored. You will have learnt how to
facilitate and execute the installation and maintenance of system software, review system             Year 2 Trimester 3
software updates, and tailor system software to maximise hardware functionality.                      • Network Protocols and Services
                                                                                                      • Webpage and Multimedia Design
$VDJUDGXDWHRIWKLVSURJUDP\RXZLOOKDYHEHHQSURYLGHGZLWKVSHFLıFNQRZOHGJHRI                 • Software Engineering: Analysis and
data modelling - systems software and data analysis, and will have developed skills,                    Design
which will help you to remain at the forefront of this vibrant and rapidly developing sector.         • Elective

Career Opportunities                                                                                  Year 2 Trimester 4
The Bachelor of Information Technology will provide you with a fundamental knowledge                  • Introduction to IT Project
of IT (along with skills in key areas including cloud computing and mobile application                • Management World Wide Web
development) and allow you to keep your options wide open in the IT industry.                           Technology 2
                                                                                                      • Computing or Maths/Stats Elective
7KHIJH[LELOLW\RIWKLVSURJUDPOHDGVWRDGLYHUVHUDQJHRIFDUHHURSSRUWXQLWLHVDVHDFK             • Elective
student gets to put their own stamp on the program, and as such determine the career
path followed. Some students choose to add breadth to their studies, with a wide variety              Year 3 Trimester 5
of electives chosen, whereas other students choose to add depth, and choose electives                 •   Project 1
focused in a particular area of interest.                                                             •   Information Security
                                                                                                      •   Computing or Maths/Stats Elective
•   Applications developer         •   IT consultant               •   Project manager                •   Elective
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•   Computer engineer              •   Integration analyst         •   Systems administrator          Year 3 Trimester 6
•   Computer systems engineer      •   Multimedia application      •   Systems analyst                •   Professional Development
•   Data warehouse administrator       developer                   •   Systems designer               •   Project 2
•   Database administrator         •   Multimedia developer        •   Systems manager
                                                                                                      •   Computing or Maths/Stats Elective
•   Database administrator         •   Network engineer            •   Team leader
    developer                      •   Network manager             •   7UDLQLQJRĴFHU                •   Computing of Maths/Stats Elective
•   Hardware technician            •   Programmer                  •   Web designer

Professional Recognition
This course has been accredited to the Professional Level by the
Australian Computer Society (ACS) and re-accreditation is due
in 2017. Accreditation makes you eligible for ACS membership.

    Sagar Pandey, Nepal
    “Studying Bachelor of IT at MIT under Federation University has paved
    my steps towards the Global IT industry. Located in the heart of the city
    in the most liveable city in the world, FedUni at MIT has an up-to-date
    course structure, library with full of supportive resources and interaction
    with leading industries in my educational field. I feel proud to be the part of
    FedUni at MIT and will never regret my decision to join the university.”

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Bachelor of Information Technology
(Business Systems)
CRICOS Program Code 065125E Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 3 years (6 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Successful completion of an Australian Year 12 with final-year mathematics courses, or overseas equivalent
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

Program Outline
You’re a ‘tech-nut’ who wants to carve a career working with the latest               SAMPLE STUDY PROGRAM
technologies. Maybe you’d like to build online stores, manage the IT networks         Year 1 Trimester 1
IRUPDMRUFRPSDQLHVRUıQGSRWHQWLDOVHFXULW\WKUHDWVWKURXJKFOXHVRQOLQH         •   Management Principles
Designed with your career in mind, you’ll learn the skills that companies             •   Communications and Technology
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in modern business environments. You will develop an understanding of                 •   Business Information Systems
the organisational settings in which information systems are used, and
recognise the threats and opportunities of technology in business.                    Year 1 Trimester 2
                                                                                      •   Management Skills
This degree examines - with a strong emphasis on electronic commerce -                •   Programming 1
the organisational and technological issues that are needed for the analysis          •   Network Operating Systems
and design of business information systems. It provides a state-of-the-               •   Database Management Systems
art program that considers modern principles and theories of computing
together with the practical applications of technology.                               Year 2 Trimester 3
                                                                                      •   Webpage and Multimedia Design
You’ll explore e-business, information security, multimedia, knowledge                •   Business Statistics
management, databases and more, while you learn the important business                •   Elective
skills needed to help you cut it in the fast-moving corporate world. You will         •   Elective
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tools and their applications, and learn to understand the role of technology          Year 2 Trimester 4
in managing knowledge and information and become capable of critically                •   IT Project Management Techniques
evaluating currently existing technology systems and new developments.                •   Information Security
                                                                                      •   Elective
Career Opportunities                                                                  •   Elective
Careers include business analyst, computer engineer, computer
systems auditor, computer systems engineer, data modeller, database                   Year 3 Trimester 5
administrator, database designer, electronic commerce administrator,                  •   Project 1
hardware technician, information management administrator, information                •   E-Commerce Systems & Technologies
manager, management consultant, sales representative, specialist                      •   Emerging Technologies in Business
consultant, systems analyst, systems designer, training and support team              •   Elective
leader and training manager.
                                                                                      Year 3 Trimester 6
A specialisation in business systems will equip you with the skills to study          •   Professional Development
the overall business and information needs of an organisation, in order               •   Project 2
to develop solutions to business and related systems problems. Your                   •   Elective
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through the building and programming stages of the systems development
process. You will work closely with clients to identify their requirements and
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needs of the organisation.

The constantly expanding information infrastructure has opened up many
career opportunities for information systems graduates, ranging from the
very technical to the very business-oriented.

Professional Recognition
This course has been accredited to the Professional Level by the Australian
Computer Society (ACS) and re-accreditation is due in 2017. Accreditation
makes you eligible for ACS membership.

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Graduate Diploma of Technology
(Enterprise Systems)
CRICOS Program Code 080503C Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 1.5 years (3 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Successful completion of a recognised 3-year Australian Bachelor degree or overseas equivalent.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

Program Outline
The Graduates of the Enterprise Systems stream will be immersed into an             SAMPLE STUDY PROGRAM
ever changing, IT global economic where a shortage of skilled IT workers            Year 1 Trimester 1
in new growth areas such as cloud computing, mobility, data warehousing,            •   Database Management Systems
business intelligence, and big data techniques is prominent.                        •   Programming 1
                                                                                    •   Enterprise Systems
This stream includes courses that utilise SAP – the world’s largest enterprise      •   Business Process Analytics and Change
software company. Students will be well prepared to undertake SAP                   •   IT Professional Engagement
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Students enrolled in SAP related courses will have the option to choose             •   Cloud Computing
from two pathway, ERP advanced (Fed University Course) and ERP                      •   Information Security
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pathways are comprised of lectures, tutorials and laboratories. These               •   Elective
contacts are based on Federation University and SAP U-Academy material.
                                                                                    Year 2 Trimester 3
SAP facility enables students from Federation University to undertake               • IT Service Management and Professional Culture
6$3$VVRFLDWH&RQVXOWDQW&HUWLıFDWLRQWUDLQLQJYLDHOHDUQLQJDQGZLOOEH          • Project 1
accessible anywhere within Australia via online facilities. Students can            • Leadership in IT Project Management
study at their own pace being supported through an online call centre.

Career Opportunities
There is a shortage of skilled IT workers in new growth areas such as               Zhanna Shefer,
cloud computing, mobility, data warehousing, business intelligence, and
big data techniques.                                                                Kazakhstan
                                                                                    “As a FedUni student at MIT, I’ve had a
*UDGXDWHVıQGHPSOR\PHQWLQ                                                       great experience. The lecturers there are
• ERP systems operation               • SAP consultant                              highly skilled and very professional, and
• ERP Project Manager                 • ERP Data Analyst                            most of them have received PhDs. The
• Functional analyst                  • ERP Business Analyst                        number of students is small which means
                                                                                    it is easier to get support from lecturers
                                                                                    when it is needed. The university’s facilities
                                                                                    are also great; there is everything a student
                                                                                    might need and more. However, the
                                                                                    most important for me is the friendly staff.
                                                                                    From the very beginning they help the
                                                                                    students, guide them and care for them.
                                                                                    As an international student from a very
                                                                                    different education system, I appreciate the
                                                                                    support and guidance I’ve received from
                                                                                    the university’s staff, and their readiness to
                                                                                    assist if any problem occurs.”

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Graduate Diploma of Technology
(Software Engineering)
CRICOS Program Code 080506M Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 1.5 years (3 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Successful completion of a recognised 3-year Australian bachelor degree or overseas equivalent.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

Program Outline
Graduates of this program will also have the specialist knowledge required         SAMPLE STUDY PROGRAM
to understand and implement advanced software engineering techniques -             Year 1 Trimester 1
design, implement and maintain IT systems using a well-informed software           •   Database Management Systems
engineering approach and create high quality software in a systematic              •   Programming 1
DQGHĴFLHQWPDQQHU*UDGXDWHVPD\ıQGHPSOR\PHQWLQDZLGHUDQJHRI               •   Enterprise Systems
industries including security and defence, education, aerospace, health,           •   Business Process Analytics and Change
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                                                                                   Year 1 Trimester 2
Career Opportunities                                                               •   Cloud Computing
Careers include programmer, SAP consultant, software analyst, software             •   Information Security
engineer, systems administrator, systems designer and systems tester.              •   Professional Research and Communication
                                                                                   •   Elective
As a software engineer you will create, maintain and modify computer
software as well as analyse current software products. You will also               Year 2 Trimester 3
evaluate new programming tools and techniques.                                     • IT Service Management and Professional Culture
                                                                                   • Project 1
                                                                                   • Leadership in IT Project Management

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Master of Technology (Enterprise Systems)
CRICOS Program Code 080493M Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 2 Years (4 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Successful completion of a recognised 3-year Australian bachelor degree or overseas equivalent.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

Program Outline
Designed to prepare students to succeed in roles that use Enterprise                                     SAMPLE STUDY PROGRAM
System (ES) Technology to manage, integrate and expand business                                          Year 1 Trimester 1
endeavours. This post-graduate program gives students the opportunity                                    •   Database Management Systems
to gain a deep understanding of relevant topics and technology pertaining                                •   Programming 1
to ES (like ERP, SCM, and CRM) , BPR, Big Data, Business Analytics,                                      •   Enterprise Systems
Cloud Computing, IS Security, Project Management and IT strategy, using                                  •   Business Process Analytics and Change
some cutting edge technologies from leading vendors like SAP, IBM, SAS
and Teradata. Students will participate in ERP simulation games which                                    Year 1 Trimester 2
teach ERP concepts “by doing”.                                                                           •   Cloud Computing
                                                                                                         •   Information Security
This program provides students with an opportunity to gain up to date                                    •   Professional Research and Communication
knowledge and skills to analyse, implement and use ES. It further enhances                               •   Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing
the student ability to comprehend how and why these systems provide
economic, technological, operational and strategic value to adopting                                     Year 2 Trimester 3
organisation. It unleashes the strategies to manage ES implementation in                                 • Leadership in IT Project Management
RUGHUWRDFKLHYHWKHDQWLFLSDWHGEHQHıWV                                                                • Project 1
                                                                                                         • Supply Change Operations and Management
To provide hands on experience with ES, courses in this program are
embedded with software’s from leading ES vendors like SAP. Students not                                  Year 2 Trimester 4
only develop skills in learning SAP but also gain the opportunity to prepare                             • IT Service Management and Professional Culture
IRU6$3FHUWLıFDWLRQVUHODWHGWREXVLQHVVSURFHVVHVEXVLQHVVLQWHOOLJHQFH                              • Project 2 (Enterprise Systems)
and HANA. By doing this, students will have a competitive advantage                                      • Real Time Analytics
in the job market. Master of Technology (ES) is accredited by Australian
Computer Society (ACS) as a professional level courses. The ACS has
reciprocal arrangements with many international computer societies and                              SAP Accreditation Costs**
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                                                                                                    Training                       Exam                       Total
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There is a shortage of skilled IT workers in new growth areas such as
cloud computing, mobility, data warehousing, business intelligence, and
                                                                                                    REALTIME ANALYTICS
big data techniques. Careers include application consultant, business
consultant, communication role, developer, ERP business analyst, ERP                                Training                       Exam                       Total
data analyst, ERP project manager, ERP systems operation, functional                                $3500                          $500                       $4000
analyst, marketing role, programmer, SAP consultant, software analyst,
solution engineer, solution expert, sales / account executive, systems                              BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE &
administrator, systems designer and systems tester.                                                 DATA WAREHOUSING

Professional Recognition                                                                            Training                       Exam                       Total
This program holds Professional - Provisional Level accreditation with the                           $8500                         $500                       $9000
Australian Computer Society (ACS).
                                                                                                    **SAP Cost (examination and certification) are over and above FedUni
                                                                                                    tuition fees and may be subject to change without prior notice

   SAP Accreditation
   What is ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)? SAP’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a proven, trusted foundation – built to support
   the world’s largest organisations as well as small and midsize companies in 25 different industries. Leverage role based access to critical data,
   applications and analytical tools – and streamline your processes across procurement, manufacturing, service, sales, finance, and human resources.
   SAP is the most significant player in ERP systems on the world stage – with more than 60% market saturation. SAP training and certification opens
   a whole world of employment opportunities, with SAP consultants commanding very large remunerations. Federation University Australia is proud
   to be recognised as a SAP education partner, and a member of SAP University Alliance Program (UAP) and SAP
   University Academy (U-Academy).

   SAP training and certification options The cost listed below are to obtain SAP certification. Whilst these costs are
   additional to the FedUni tuition fees, the overall cost of obtaining SAP certification via FedUni is significantly below
   standard industry cost per course. For fell FedUni fee information, please refer to our fees website.

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Master of Technology (Software Engineering)
CRICOS Program Code 080497G Availability: Melbourne, Sydney

Program duration: 2 Years (4 Trimesters)
Academic Requirements: Successful completion of a recognised 3-year Australian bachelor degree or overseas equivalent.
English Language Requirement (International Students only): IELTS 6.0 (Academic), with no band less than 6.0 or equivalent.

Program Outline
Graduates of this program will also have the specialist knowledge required
to understand and implement advanced software engineering techniques -             SAMPLE STUDY PROGRAM
design, implement and maintain IT systems using a well-informed software           Year 1 Trimester 1
engineering approach and create high quality software in a systematic              •   Database Management Systems
DQGHĴFLHQWPDQQHU*UDGXDWHVPD\ıQGHPSOR\PHQWLQDZLGHUDQJHRI               •   Programming 1
industries including security and defence, education, aerospace, health,           •   Information Security
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Graduates may find employment in a variety of industries with the                  •   Software Engineering: Analysis and Design
production of medium to large scale software. Careers include                      •   Comparative Programming Languages
programmer, SAP consultant, software analyst, systems administrator,               •   Professional Research and Communication
systems designer and systems tester.                                               •   Software Engineering Methodologies

Professional Recognition                                                           Year 2 Trimester 3
This program holds Professional - Provisional Level accreditation with the         • Enterprise Programming
Australian Computer Society (ACS).                                                 • Project 1
                                                                                   • Leadership in IT Project Management

                                                                                   Year 2 Trimester 4
                                                                                   • IT Service Management and Professional Culture
                                                                                   • Project 2 (Software Development)
                                                                                   • Software Testing

                                                                                    Sharanjeet Kaur,
                                                                                    India
                                                                                    “Studying at MIT has given me the chance
                                                                                    to interact with students from a diverse
                                                                                    range of backgrounds and culture. I
                                                                                    received the best support from everyone
                                                                                    and teachers are very kind and their
                                                                                    classes are very interesting. They make
                                                                                    sure that every class is fun, educational
                                                                                    and interactive. Overall, MIT has helped
                                                                                    me to develop a positive attitude towards
                                                                                    my studies.”

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STUDENT VISA CONDITIONS                     BRINGING YOUR FAMILY                       EDUCATION SERVICES FOR
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subject to a number of visa conditions      you are required to enroll any of your     The Department of Education regulates
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in Melbourne or Sydney airport,             visa obligations and health cover (for
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Fees and charges
 FEES AND CHARGES 2017 (INTERNATIONAL)
 Program                                                                                      CRICOS Program Code                        Tuition Fees
 Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)                                                            044114D                                    AUD$ 12,350 per trimester
 Bachelor of Information Technology                                                           074009A                                    AUD$ 11,850 per trimester
 Bachelor of Information Technology (Business Systems)                                        065125E                                    AUD$ 11,850 per trimester
 Bachelor of Business (Management)                                                            088132E                                    AUD$ 12,350 per trimester
 Graduate Diploma of Professional Accounting                                                  085209B                                    AUD$ 13,800 per trimester
 Graduate Diploma of Management                                                               085208C                                    AUD$ 13,800 per trimester
 Graduate Diploma of Technology (Enterprise Systems)                                          080503C                                    AUD$ 12,750 per trimester
 Graduate Diploma of Technology (Software Engineering)                                        080506M                                    AUD$ 12,750 per trimester
 Master of Business Administration                                                            085210J                                    AUD$ 13,800 per trimester
 Master of Professional Accounting                                                            085211G                                    AUD$ 13,800 per trimester
 Master of Technology (Enterprise Systems)                                                    080493M                                    AUD$ 12,750 per trimester
 Master of Technology (Software Engineering)                                                  080497G                                    AUD$ 12,750 per trimester

 OTHER CHARGES (IF APPLICABLE)
 Sevice                                                                                                                                  Fees
 Processing charge                                                                                                                       AUD$ 100
 Change of Program Fee (same provider)                                                                                                   AUD$ 100
 Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)                                                         Three months (single)                      AUD$ 146
                                                                                              Three months (couples)                     AUD$ 414
                                                                                              Three months (family)                      AUD$ 598
                                                                                              Six Months (single)                        AUD$ 292
                                                                                              Six months (couples)                       AUD$ 827
                                                                                              Six Months (family)                        AUD$ 1,195
                                                                                              One year (single)                          AUD$ 583
                                                                                              One Year (couples)                         AUD$ 1,654
                                                                                              One Year (family)                          AUD$ 2,390
 Airport pick up (one way)                                                                    Tullamarine airport                        AUD$ 125
                                                                                              Avalon airport                             AUD$ 275
                                                                                              Sydney airport                             AUD$ 130
 Accommodation placement fee                                                                  Melbourne                                  AUD$ 245
                                                                                              Sydney                                     AUD$ 245
 Home stay, full board (one cooked meal)                                                      Melbourne                                  AUD$ 275 per week
                                                                                              Sydney                                     AUD$ 275 per week
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