After successfully completing a Stanley College Diploma course or Advanced Diploma course, you may gain up to 8 units or one year advanced standing in Bachelor of Business and Commerce courses from most Universities in Australia.
Stanley College has an articulation agreement with CQUniversity Australia. This means if you successfully complete a Diploma of Hospitality at Stanley College, you may be eligible for entry into CQUniversity’s Bachelor of Hospitality Management (CB69) provided you meet the relevant course entry requirements. You will also receive 8 unit exemptions in the Bachelor of Hospitality Management as follows:
– 1 core unit: HRMT11011 Human Resources in Organisations
– 7 elective units in the first year
CQUniversity has one of the largest footprints of any university in Australia, proudly offering a wide variety of TAFE and university qualifications. Our courses are designed alongside industry, to prepare you with up-to-date, real-world knowledge and skills. Our widely experienced teaching professionals are dedicated to continual course improvements and we are committed to providing a range of career-orientated services to ensure our graduates are successful.
No matter where you are in your career, CQUniversity can help you be what you want to be. To find out more about the Bachelor of Hospitality Management at CQUniversity, search CQUni Hospitality or visit www.cqu.edu.au.
Stanley College has an advanced standing agreement with Edith Cowan University (ECU). This means that if you successfully complete a Stanley College Diploma or Advanced Diploma, you will be granted entry into selected Bachelor courses at ECU (if you can meet ECU’s admission requirements). In addition, you will gain up to 8 units (120 credit points) or one year advanced standing towards Business and Hospitality Bachelor courses. If you successfully complete Stanley College Diploma of Management and Advanced Diploma of Management, you will gain up to 11 units (165 credit points) or 1.5 years advanced standing towards the Bachelor of Business.
ECU provides the ideal learning environment for students who want to reach their potential. ECU’s commitment to its students is one of the reasons it was awarded a five-star rating for Teaching Quality, Graduate Satisfaction and Graduate Starting Salary in The Good Universities Guide 2015.
ECU offers more than 320 courses and prepares students for the real world with the right balance of practical knowledge and academic excellence. Many ECU courses offer direct links with industry and organisations, by providing practical work placements and real work projects. ECU has more than 23,000 students, with around 18,500 undergraduates and 4,800 postgraduates.
ECU has two metropolitan campuses: one in Joondalup and one in Mount Lawley, near the capital city of Perth, as well as one campus in Bunbury, which is 200km south of Perth and near Margaret River.
After successfully completing a Stanley College Diploma course, you may gain up to 8 units (120 credit points) towards the following Bachelor courses:
For details of advanced standing, please visit ECU’s website at http://apps.wcms.ecu.edu.au/advanced-standing/course-search
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