New Zealand Campus
June 30, 2014
June 26, 2014
University of Reading | University of Southampton
Information sessions and presentation for September 2014 intake.
For more info, please feel free to contact JM Education Group.
June 24, 2014
June 18, 2014
Charles Sturt University (CSU) is now the world's largest provider of university education in Law Enforcement, Counter-Terrorism, Emergency Management, Customs and Border Security Studies. CSU has recently joined forces with the Centre for Customs and Excise Studies (CCES) to offer new courses.
From July 2014 CSU is offering 3 exciting new courses to the portfolio:
Master of Customs Administration (Admissions information will be available in July 2014; commences in Session 1, 2015)
The Centre for Customs and Excise Studies (CCES), is the world’s leading provider of training and education in the highly specialised areas of customs, excise and border management. Recognised by the World Customs Organization (WCO) and their peers as international leaders in the field of customs education, they play a key role in establishing and maintaining the WCO Professional Standards.
University of Queensland scholarship on offer for February and May 2015 applicants. This scholarship is available to anyone that holds Malaysian citizenship.
In terms of discounts, there is a 5% tuition fee discount for siblings (brothers or sisters).
June 16, 2014
Why Le Cordon Bleu?
Le Cordon Bleu is considered by many to be the world’s premier culinary arts institute. Professionals, amateurs, and enthusiasts come to Le Cordon Bleu for a superior culinary education delivered by experienced and awarded Master Chefs.
When you choose to train with us, you’ll see the difference.
- A long and proud tradition of excellence
- Knowledgeable and experienced instructors and mentors
- A world class culinary and hospitality education
- Career opportunities in the world’s leading restaurants, hotels and resorts
- Join a network of distinguished and famous alumni
- Innovative, industry relevant training
The University of Waikato is one of New Zealand's most modern and innovative universities, based in the beautiful river city of Hamilton, with a satellite campus in Tauranga.
Scholarships available now
We’d like to remind you that now is the time to start submitting international scholarship applications. Here are three below that have deadlines coming up.
· UC International First year scholarships. Applications open mid-June and close 15 August
· NZIDRS New Zealand International Doctoral Scholarships. Applications close 15 July
· NZAID scholarships See the website for application forms and closing dates by country
UCIC to administer Foundation Studies from October
Webinar Sessions for Students
The University of Tasmania will be conducting webinar information sessions on Thursday 19 June 2014.
Students who currently hold offers for Semester 2, 2014 for the courses below will be invited to join.
· Undergraduate Business - Including BBus Maritime and Logistics Management
· Undergraduate Applied Science - BAppSc Nautical Science
· Undergraduate Information Technology - B Information and Communication Technology
· Postgraduate Business - Including MBA, MMarketing, MIB, MFinance
· Postgraduate Accounting - Including MPA and MPA Specialisation
· Postgraduate Information Technology - Including M Information Technology and Systems
There will be additional sessions for all prospective international students who are interested in finding out more information on:
· Post study visa options
· International admissions
· Studying in Tasmania (a current students view)
Presentations will be given by Academic Staff from the relevant teaching areas followed by a Q&A session.
This is a wonderful opportunity for students to interact with senior Academic and professional staff.
Course information sessions will commence at 7.00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) and the General Sessions will commence at 8.00pm AEST.
The Sport Business International 2014 Postgraduate Sports Course Rankings annually grades the quality of 70 Sport Management Masters courses around the world. Deakin this year came in at number three in the world and was the only Australian university in the top 25.
The SBI rankings found graduates of Deakin University’s Master of Business (Sport Management) course have the highest average salaries in the world three years after graduation.
According to the SBI rankings, Deakin’s graduates earned on average US$84,000 a year three years after finishing their students, compared to US$79,000 for students from University of Oregon Warsaw Sports Marketing Centre and US$76,100 for students at Ohio University Master of Sport Administration.
SBI also ranks the world’s sporting cities through the Ultimate Sports City Award, which Melbourne has won three times – In 2006, 2008 and 2010.
Don’t forget that our Diploma of Commerce will provide pathway to 2nd year of Bachelor of Business (Sport Management) at Deakin
This honour also comes hot on the heels of Deakin being ranked number one in Victoria and number 59 in the world by the Times Higher Education’s list of the world’s top 100 universities under 50 years old.
MIBT students will be eligible for scholarship offered by Faculty of Business and Law as long as they start one of bachelor degree programs by March 2015 intake. If there are students who are thinking about coming to MIBT, July 2014 intake would be the last intake they have chance to be eligible for this scholarship.
June 11, 2014
TSBE Postgraduate Program Update
Throughout 2013 and 2014, the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics (TSBE) reviewed and renewed many courses. These changes, which were responding to both market demands and the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), have resulted in different entry pathways for some students. A summary of the changes and pathways, for any students commencing from semester 1, 2015 (except those with existing offers) is outlined below.
The following information makes reference to “related” degrees. This includes any business or commerce qualification, but can also include more specific areas of study depending on the course being applied for. For example, a student applying for a Master of International Business might have a related degree if they have studied a major in International Relations or a Law degree. In most cases the relationship will be fairly obvious, but if in doubt, the TSBE can assess the degree as part of the application process.
Master of International Business
The Master of International Business has been converted from a 1 year degree to 1.5 years. Two new units, Doing Business in Asia and Europe and International Trade Regulation and Practice, have been created for International Business students.
Admission requirements for this degree are either a related undergraduate degree or completion of the Graduate Certificate of International Business. Students who have an undergraduate degree which is not deemed “related” will need to first complete a Graduate Certificate of International Business, which will then articulate into the MIB with full credit. Students taking the Graduate Certificate pathway will receive an offer for “Graduate Certificate of International Business leading to Master of International Business”, and will still be able to complete in 1.5 years.
We still offer a 2 year Master of International Business (Specialisation), and there have been no changes in the entry requirements for this degree. Any Australian-equivalent undergraduate degree is acceptable for entry.
Professional Accounting programs
The structure of the Master of Professional Accounting degree has not changed, but the entry requirements have been altered. Students may now only enter the MPA with a “related” undergraduate or postgraduate degree with a non-accounting major. Note that these students will still complete a 1.5 year program.
Students who do not have a related degree, must commence in a Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting (GCPA). This applies to those students who formerly would enter the Master of Professional Accounting (Specialisation) (MPA(S)) under alternative arrangements (non-degree students). These students will complete four units under the GCPA, and then if they wish to go into the Master’s program must go on to the MPAS – they cannot move into the MPA. All four units completed under the GCPA will count to the MPAS, meaning that program will still be completed in 2 years total.
The only direct entry options into the MPAS now are by Australian-equivalent undergraduate degree or completed GCPA. Students taking this pathway option will receive an offer for “Graduate Certificate of Professional Accounting leading to Master of Professional Accounting (Specialisation)”. Regardless of entry pathway, these students will still complete their MPAS in 2 years.
Master of Finance (Specialisation)
Commencing in semester 1, 2015, this new 2 year program will give students the opportunity to extend their finance studies with a small number of business specialisation areas related to finance, including environmental management, human resource management, and a research project option.
Entry to the course is by any Australian-equivalent undergraduate degree with a non-finance major, or with a completed Master of Finance from the TSBE.
Master of Business Administration programs
The MBA suite of programs is the area of most significant change in terms of entry. First, the IELTS requirements for all courses in the MBA suite (including Graduate Certificate of Management and Graduate Diploma of Business Administration, plus all specialisation MBAs) has been raised to 6.5, with no band below 6.0.
Entry is by related undergraduate degree plus three years’ relevant work experience, or completion of either the Graduate Certificate of Management or Graduate Diploma of Business Administration (see below for information on these pathways).
The structure of the MBA has changed, with the core reduced to 8 for a standard MBA and units changed to include leadership, entrepreneurship and ethics, all areas identified by business as being essential for new MBA graduates. The core reduction means four elective units - and more choice - for students. Completion time for the standard MBA is still 1.5 years.
The MBA (Specialisation) has had its core changed to reflect the changes to the MBA. Other than the IELTS, there are no changes to the entry requirements; students can enter the degree with any Australian-equivalent undergraduate degree, and do not require any work experience. This is still a 2 year program.
Students who wish to complete a standard MBA, rather than an MBAS, but who do not meet the direct entry requirements of a related degree plus work experience, have two pathway options depending on their qualifications.
· Students with an unrelated undergraduate degree plus six months’ relevant work experience are eligible for entry into the Graduate Certificate of Management (GCMgt). These students will complete four business fundamentals units. They are then eligible for entry into the MBA, and can articulate in with full credit – the four foundation units will count as the four electives in this case. Students undertaking this pathway will receive an offer for “Graduate Certificate of Management leading to Master of Business Administration”.
Students who have no degree, but at least seven years’ relevant work experience, can enter via a Graduate Diploma of Business Administration. This is an 8 unit course, which includes the four foundation units from the GCMgt, one unit designed to transition students from work to university study, and three other “electives” – units selected in consultation with the MBA Director to address areas relevant to the student’s career development. On completion, students can articulate into the MBA, with four units of credit. As with the Graduate Certificate, these will be the foundation units and will replace the electives in the MBA. It should be noted that it is very rare for an international student to come in to an MBA without a degree of any sort, however any whose application for this pathway is successful will receive an offer for “Graduate Diploma of Business Administration leading to Master of Business Administration”.
June 10, 2014
Through its skilled migration sponsorship programs (permanent and provisional visas), the Tasmanian Government encourages students who have successfully completed a UTAS degree to settle permanently in Tasmania as skilled migrants. Applicants must meet relevant application criteria set by the Australian government.
Mid-year postgraduate scholarships now open
The Office of the Dean of Graduate Research is pleased to announce that the 2014 mid-year scholarship round for the Tasmanian Graduate Research Scholarships (TGRS) is now open. Tasmania Graduate Research Scholarships are available across all research disciplines at the University of Tasmania and will be awarded to applicants with demonstrated research ability.
Scholarship value: $25 392 Per annum. tax free (2014 rate).
The Tasmanian Graduate Research Scholarships are available to domestic and international applicants.
The Tasmanian Graduate Research Scholarships are available to domestic and international applicants.
New! Postgraduate Business Courses
The Masters of Business Administration (Industry Specialisation) offers students the opportunity to build on their knowledge in one of three specialised sectors of the maritime industry:
· MBA (Marine Environment and Management)
· MBA (Maritime Technology and Management)
· MBA (Shipping and Maritime Management)
With a focus on an applied approach, centered on strategic and analytical thinking, graduates from this course will have the attributes necessary to lead, develop and implement sound management practices in the maritime industry.
2. Masters of Marketing Management
Marketing with a difference! The TSBE has developed a new Masters of Marketing Management course designed to develop marketing executives with strong analytical and creative skills, who are prepared to operate and innovate in business-to-business and industrial markets. Although most universities offer a general postgraduate Master’s degree in marketing, and some offer a specialisation within the degree, there is no other Master’s degree primarily aimed at business-to-business, the area where most marketing dollars are spent.
New IELTS requirements for Education!
Most Education courses now require an IELTS score of 7.5 overall (with no individual band for listening and speaking less than 8.0, and writing and reading no less than 7.0).
- Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)
- Bachelor of Education (Primary)
- Bachelor of Education (HPE and Health Science)
- Bachelor of Education (HPE and Outdoor Education)
- Bachelor of Education (Health and Physical Education)
- Master of Teaching
June 03, 2014
To continue strengthening ties between the ASEAN region and Victoria University of Wellington, this year Victoria University of Wellington is able to offer six scholarships to eligible students of the ASEAN region.
The scholarship will cover the tuition fees for the first year of study for an undergraduate degree beginning in 2015. This is a merit-based scholarship and the eligibility criteria remains largely the same as last year, the changes are noted below.
- Students can begin their study at Victoria in either Trimester 1 or Trimester 2, 2015
- Students must be under the age of 23 on 31 December 2014 (previously this was 22)
Applications are now open and will be accepted until 31 October 2014, further information and the application form can also be found online http://www.victoria.ac.nz/international/planning/scholarships.aspx
The Waikato Management School Offers the Master of Business and Management and the recently launched Master of Professional Management in Agribusiness, Finance, International Hospitality Management and Public Relations.
These qualifications can be completed in one year of full time study (the equivalent of three semesters and both of these qualifications will have a start date of November 2014.
Kindly submit your application to us before 10th September 2014 for assessment!
For more info, kindly contact JM Education Group!