Course Description: 

Students will develop the skills and acquire the knowledge required to navigate a wide variety of international trade contexts. Students will learn the international conventions of law and finance in relation to import/export and how to research international business opportunities. Students will also learn how to prepare business advice on import/export issues and how to develop a plan for international trade.

Instalment Plan: 

2 Instalments (Every 10 weeks) 

Timing /Loading: 

20 hours/week
Specific days will be advised during orientation

Resource Fees: 


Tuition Fees: 


Entry Requirements: 
  • Australian Year 11 (or equivalent)
  • IELTS 5.0 overall (or equivalent)

Total: 24 weeks
(20 study week + 4 weeks break)
One Semester

Course Content:

BSBCMM401 – Make a Presentation
BSBLDR403 – Lead Team Effectiveness
BSBMKG414 – Undertake Marketing Activities
BSBREL401 – Establish Networks
BSBINT401 – Research International Business Opportunities
BSBMKG415 – Research International Markets
BSBINT409 – Plan for International Trade
BSBMKG416 – Market Goods and Services Internationally
BSBCUS401 – Coordinate Implementation of Customer Service Strategies
BSBCUS403 – Implement Customer Service Standards

Assessment Methods:

  • Reports
  • Interviews
  • Role playing
  • Case studies
  • Group projects
  • Observations
  • Presentations
  • Problem solving

Employment Opportunities:

  • Export Customer Service Coordinator
  • Export Clerk
  • Import Clerk
  • Trade Coordinator

Further Education:

BSB50815 Diploma of International Business (087347J)

Intake Dates