Australia’s Kaplan Business School (KBS) offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses in business, accounting, finance, marketing, management, tourism, entrepreneurship, health services, digital management, project management, and leadership. With four campuses in Australia’s biggest cities - Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney – students can live and study in thriving capitals of commerce and culture.
Its flagship course, the MBA, is its fastest growing course and spans all aspects of business administration. Students leave KBS with the skills they need to develop professionally in the business world.
KBS places emphasis on academic internships, with many courses including the option as an elective subject. Using their industry networks, KBS places students in one of a number of organisations as part of their course, giving students the chance to experience working business environments before they even finish studying. This is a substantial competitive edge when it comes to graduate outcomes, with 51% of students who took part in an academic internship in 2017 offered ongoing employment.
Campuses are based in the city centre, and students have the best of both worlds with proximity to both a close-knit campus community and an exciting city. Facilities include state-of-the-art computer labs, libraries, study areas, cafes and accommodation options on every campus.
Student services are there to ensure all students can make the most of their time at KBS. This includes academic support to help students with the right course choices and Careers Central, the on-campus careers team who help students with the next steps in their career after graduation. There is also a range of personal support available, and the orientation programme helps to settle all students into campus life, but is particularly supportive of international students.