Monash University – BBA

Monash University – BBA


BBA in Monash University - 1.5 Years in India + 2 Years Australia

About Monash University

Monash is a modern, global, and research-intensive university, that delivers education and excellence in Australia and across the Indo-Pacific. We’re making a positive impact on today's global challenges – whether that’s by mitigating climate change, easing geopolitical insecurity, or fostering healthy communities. Our vibrant and diverse community of 86,000 students, 9000 staff, and more than 385,000 alumni are working together to create real change.
Our global reach
To make a global impact, we need to be embedded in the communities we serve. We have three international teaching locations, six campuses, and more than 100 partner universities.
Our research
We have more than 150 active fields of research, 10 faculties, and over 4700 Higher Degree by Research students solving the challenges of our age.
Our rankings
Our dedication to teaching and research excellence, coupled with our record for innovation, means we’re consistently ranked in the top one percent of universities worldwide.


Our new Monash College campus is a welcoming and vibrant vertical village with innovative and modern amenities. Set across 10 storeys with more than 130 inspiring, flexible learning spaces, the Docklands campus is designed to foster collaboration and innovation between students and teachers.
You’ll begin your Monash journey and orientation in the spacious Welcome and Events Hall featuring two, 200-person auditoriums and amphitheatre. Making your way up the building, you can relax with friends in the casual Village Social and Urban deck areas, seek assistance in the dedicated Student Hub before arriving at the heart of knowledge sharing and learning support in The Library and Learning Centre.
You’ll find numerous breakout and informal spaces for quiet study and group assignments, as well as areas to socialise with friends.
Our campus is conveniently located near all forms of transport, which means getting to campus has never been easier.
Designed as an engaging, student-centred campus, 750 Collins Street offers leading-edge facilities and teaching spaces across ten floors.

City Condition

Australia is a medium-sized continent, separated from polar regions by the Southern Ocean; it is not subject to movements of frigid polar air during winter, of the type that sweeps over the continents in the northern hemisphere during their winter. Consequently, Australia's winter is relatively mild, with less contrast between summer and winter temperatures than in the continents of the north–though the transition is more dramatically marked in alpine regions of Australia and places of substantial elevation. Seasonal highs and lows can still be considerable.


Clayton offers you a full campus experience, with all the conveniences you need nearby.
The Clayton campus is home to most of our on-campus accommodation. However, if you are studying at another Monash campus you are still welcome to apply for accommodation at Clayton. Check out the Clayton campus travel distances and inter-campus shuttle bus.
At the Clayton campus, you'll have easy access to classes and be in close proximity to the campus facilities, libraries and vibrant life of Monash University.

Indian student association:

"MICS ensures that Indian culture is present throughout university life and 2022 promises to be an even bigger, better and more extravagant university year. Through cultural, social and charitable events MICS will provide students from various cultural backgrounds and universities the chance to come together and meet in a friendly, welcoming community atmosphere. Barbeques, movie nights, parties, balls, cultural festivals and of course another Chaat night are all part of MICS's future projects. We look forward to seeing you in 2022!!

(i) To promote cultural, social and educational interaction and understanding among students of Indian diaspora and students with interest in diaspora and culture.
(ii) To provide a platform for students to showcase their talents and at the same time reinforce their knowledge of Indian culture.
(iii) To showcase Indian culture to the diverse student population on campus in various ways using dance (Bollywood dance classes), song, cuisine, celebration of festivals, parties.
(iv) To promote harmonious relationships amongst a diverse, multicultural student population on campus, Indian students and students of Indian background or with an interest in Indian culture, by cultivating mutual respect through increased social interaction, sports, recreation and other voluntary community activities of significant community benefit.
(iv) Act as a channel of communication between the Australian Indian community and International students from the Indian diaspora.
(vi) To share Indian culture with the entire university and the different campuses at large. It welcomes members from all races, colours and creeds.
(vii) To celebrate the cultural activities for all Indian communities with their cooperation.
(viii) To encourage and foster the development of Indian languages and culture within the Indian context.

Why Choose Monash University ?

When it comes to choosing a university, there’s a lot to consider. By choosing Monash, you can be sure you’ve taken your first step to a successful career.

Top 100 universities

The quality of our teaching and exceptional facilities are just two of the many reasons we’re consistently ranked in the top 100 universities in the world.

Flexible study options

You’ll also benefit from the extra choices that come with studying at Australia’s largest university. We have more courses, more study options, more research projects, and more international exchanges, giving you a broader education that will set you apart from your peers.

Make change

The thing that is most special about Monash is our desire to make a difference. You’ll leave with a greater sense of purpose, a global outlook, and the skills and confidence to make a positive change – to your own life, and to the lives of those around you.

Global network

We’re truly international . With students from over 170 countries, and a presence in Australia, Italy, Malaysia, India, South Africa and China, you’ll benefit from a truly global education.

About Bachelor of Business Administration

Every industry needs people with strong business skills to manage, grow and improve the day-to-day operations of organisations and workforces. To keep up with this growing industry need, companies are looking for graduates with strong management and business administration skills.
This is a comprehensive course that focuses on building job readiness and independent learning skills to ensure that you're ready for the workforce and life after university. You'll have opportunities to learn on-site, hear from industry leaders, as well as work on community cases and industry-focused projects. At the end of your degree, you'll also be able to choose a capstone unit (such as an internship) to tie your studies together and ease you into the professional workforce.
As part of this course, you will develop strong business knowledge, while also building your expertise from day one in one or more business disciplines.

About the course

  1. Be critical and creative scholars who:

  • demonstrate the critical ability to analyse truth, claims and evidence

  • produce innovative solutions to problems

  • apply research skills to business challenges and collect, organise, analyse and interpret data meaningfully

  • communicate effectively and perceptively and convey ideas and results effectively to diverse audiences and in a variety of format

  1. Be responsible and effective global citizens who:

  • engage in an internationalised world

  • exhibit cross-cultural competence

  • demonstrate ethical values

  • demonstrate a capacity to accommodate the world view of others and achieve agreed outcomes

  1. Demonstrate a broad knowledge base, methodologies and technical skills in your area of study and provide discipline-based authoritative solutions relevant to the business, professional and public policy communities that you serve

  1. Be a job-ready, independent learner who is equipped to implement sound, evidence-based and discipline-specific business practice

  1. Be able to demonstrate knowledge of corporate social responsibility and exercise personal, professional, and social responsibility.

  1. Acquire reflective skills conducive to the development of lifelong learning and work and learn both independently and collaboratively.

Program Structure


Transfer Requirements

Career opportunities

BS [Bachelor of Science in Business]

Semester Course Name Type
Semester 1 Introduction to Financial Accounts Elective Course
Business Law Elective Course
Business Statistics Elective Course
Business Communication–I Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course
Foundation of Human Skills Core
Business Economics–I Core
(Any One)
Foundation Course–I
Foundation Course in NSS–I
Foundation Course in NCC–I
Foundation Course in Physical Education–I
Skill Enhancement Course
Semester 2 Principles of Marketing Elective Course
Industrial Law Elective Course
Business Mathematics Core
Business Communication–II Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course
Business Environment Core
Principles of Management Core
(Any One)
Foundation Course–II
Foundation Course in NSS–II
Foundation Course in NCC–II
Foundation Course in Physical Education–II
Skill Enhancement Course
Semester 3 Information Technology in Business Management - I Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course
Business Planning & Entrepreneurial Management Core
Accounting for Managerial Decisions Core
Strategic Management Core
(Any one)
Foundation Course (Environmental Management) - III
Foundation Course-Contemporary Issues-III
Foundation Course in NSS–III
Foundation Course in NCC–III
Foundation Course in Physical Education–III
Skill Enhancement Course
Group A : Finance Electives
Group B:Marketing Electives
Group C:Human Resource Electives
Elective Selection
Semester 4 Information Technology in Business Management - II Ability Enhancement Compulsory Course
Business Economics-II Core
Business Research Methods Core
(Any two)
Foundation Course (Ethics & Governance) - IV
Foundation Course-Contemporary Issues-IV
Foundation Course in NSS–IV
Foundation Course in NCC–IV
Foundation Course in Physical Education–IV
Skill Enhancement Course
Group A : Finance Electives
Group B:Marketing Electives
Group C:Human Resource Electives
Elective Selection
Semester 5 & 6 Accounting in business Core
Accounting for managers Core
Financial accounting 1 Core
Introduction to financial accounting Core
Foundations of finance Core
Commercial law Core
Business law Core
Introductory microeconomics Core
Business statistics Core
Introduction to management Core
Fundamentals of marketing Core
Capstone, corporate project, international experience or internship unit Core
Semester 7 & 8 Accountancy Core
Business administration studies Core
Finance and economics Core
Marketing and communications Core
Management practice Core
Electives Sustainability practice and organisations Elective
Entrepreneurship Elective
Start-up fastrack 1 Elective
Start-up fastrack 2 Elective
Current issues in business administration Elective
Global issues in accounting Elective
Consulting project Elective
International study program in accounting Elective
Innovation and entrepreneurship in Silicon Valley Elective
Entrepreneurship and creativity in an international context Elective
Issues in global business Elective
Engaging with international business Elective
Engaging with international business - Asia Elective
Engaging with international business - Data science and AI at HEC Montreal Elective
Engaging with international business - Latin America Elective
International study program in banking and finance Elective
European economy and global business Elective
Global study programs in marketing Elective
Internships Elective
Industry placement Elective
Marketing internship Elective


Tuition & Living Expense

Addition expenses

Year Fees Type
1st Year ₹ 1,500 Application fees
₹ 3,75,000 Tuition fees
₹ 0 Living expense
2nd Year ₹ 1,87,000 Tuition fees
₹ 0 Living expense
3rd Year AUD $47,300 ( ₹ 2,541,902) Estimated Tuition fee
AUD $8500 ( ₹ 456,790) Estimated Living expense
4th Year AUD$47,300 (₹ 2,541,902)) Estimated Tuition fee
AUD $8500 ( ₹ 456,790) Estimated Living expense
Particulars Tentative Expense
Health Insurance
IELTS Registration ₹ 14,700
VISA fees AUD $160
Airfare AUD $850

Course Co-Ordinator

Amit Kabra

Commerce & Management

Assistant Professor

Commerce & Management

My teaching philosophy is to enable students to holistically comprehend the course and enable them to apply the concepts learned in their professional endeavours. I believe in bringing the classroom to life with real-world examples and innovative technology.

I believe teaching is moving toward more participatory and discovery-based models, rather than the stereotypical “lecturing and notes” model. While before it was enough to listen carefully and take good notes, students must now interact more frequently with each other and the teacher in group activities.

I incorporate role-play and group discussions to enhance students’ socialization skills. I love to give the students as many opportunities to have hands-on work, working with each other, and mentoring. I've found that students love to work with each other and can gain more understanding of concepts when reviewed or repeated by another student.

I am a compassionate person who takes the time to get to know students as individuals. I always try to ensure that each and every student reach his or her full potential, regardless of academic capabilities or challenges.

I also conduct mentoring with collaborative leadership skills to build solid relationships with students. I try to establish a warm, supportive, and inclusive learning environment to optimize student learning.

When the class trusts you to guide them and they respond and you know they're working because of how you've established things – it all comes back down to the relationship with students and seeing them grow.

I practice a variety of teaching and curriculum techniques to keep class fresh and students interested. When designing the curriculum, I usually know the direction I want to take before I start. I generally begin with the end in mind and think about what I want the students to know or be able to do. Then I design the rest of the unit so my assessments and instructions will help me and my students reach that goal.

Using different teaching methods to accomplish my goals, such as direct instruction, student centered small groups, and student-led teaching, and I start with what I want my students to learn and works backward from there.




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