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FEDErATIOn UnIVErSITy AUSTrAlIA — FEDErATIOn
Federation Business School at Federation University Australia (formerly the University of Ballarat)
incorporates two schools in Ballarat and Gippsland. Both are renowned for excellence in teaching,
research and regional engagement.
aspiring managers who have a degree
in any discipline and who now wish to
move into general management. The MBA
prepares graduates to work effectively
in an increasingly changing business
environment. It provides graduates with
a clear curriculum, embracing strategy,
marketing, finance and organisational
Through group-based and individual work
tasks, students will embrace emerging
ideas and understand how these impact
on current practice. The MBA will equip
graduates with the knowledge and skills to
capably and confidently undertake senior
general management roles within Australia
and internationally, through a process of
analysis, discussion, reflection and action.
Our graduates benefit from the quality peer
networks that they form throughout their
Master of Professional Accounting
The Master of Professional Accounting
provides a comprehensive program of
study in accounting theory and practice,
as well as introducing students to related
subject areas such as business law,
financial management, economics and
quantitative methods for business. The
masters program provides a pathway to full
professional recognition as an accountant.
It is recognised by both the Certified
Practising Accountants (CPA Australia) and
the Institute of Chartered Accountants in
Australia (ICCA). This program is offered via
face-to-face delivery and online learning.
Our programs are delivered by capable,
dedicated and engaged academics who
combine industry experience with academic
rigour. Federation Business School fosters a
student environment where discussion and
debate are valued.
All programs are delivered in a context
of ethical behaviour, corporate social
responsibility and sustainability, as detailed
in the United Nations’ PRME (Principles
for Responsible Management Education)
initiative. We are proud and committed
signatories to this UN global initiative.
Services and facilities offered to all new
arriving international students include:
• a welcome orientation
• accommodation assistance
• academic and English language support
• counselling services
• sporting and social clubs
• an indoor heated swimming pool
• a prayer room
• a health centre and doctors.
Master of Business Administration
The MBA is the international standard
for graduate business qualifications.
It has been developed for managers or
Master of Human Resource
The Master of Human Resource
Management is an online, off-campus and
flexible delivery mode program designed for
current and aspiring managers. It provides
the opportunity to develop and enhance HR
management knowledge and skills, with an
emphasis on strategic issues. The program
concentrates on issues related to core HR
management principles, international and
strategic human resource management,
and devising organisational change models.
This program is taught entirely online.
Master of Management
The Master of Management prepares
students to lead, identify and articulate
opportunities for change to achieve
organisational goals, within a rapidly
changing and dynamic environment. This
qualification is particularly suitable for
those with technical experience in a field,
who now wish to progress into a broader
Delivered entirely online, the Master of
Management provides a comprehensive and
intellectually demanding course of study.
The program emphasises an understanding
of modern management practice, ensuring
graduates are equipped with contemporary
skills and knowledge.
Note: International students can only study via
online learning if they remain outside Australia
or are in Australia on a non-student visa.
Please contact: Federation Business School
Mail: Federation University Australia, PO Box 663,
Ballarat, Victoria, 3353 AUSTRALIA
1800 811 711
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