Business, commerce and entrepreneurship
For the self-starters and pioneers
For those who don’t just want to get the job – but want to create it.
If you aspire to own and run your own business, operate in leadership and management roles, work in finance or banking, or service a niche sector as an industry trailblazer, then a career in business, commerce or entrepreneurship may be your calling.
A career in management and leadership can also cater to the dreamers in sport and those wishing for a global career with hotel and tourism management. You get hands-on practical experience while learning the business fundamentals of management.
Studying in the award-winning and globally recognised Bond Business School, you will have unmatched access to everything you need to launch a stellar career. From international industry connections and mentoring opportunities, to state-of-the-art learning facilities and industry work experience, you will develop business acumen and sharpen your professional skills ahead of commencing or continuing your chosen career.
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