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Graduate Certificate in Business Administration

Program code: UOA-GCBA

Applying for an online program with the University of Adelaide is a quick and easy process. Check out the steps below to learn more or get started now by creating an account.

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Step 1 – Check your eligibility

Entry requirements

To be eligible for our online Graduate Certificate in Business Administration, you need to meet one of the following requirements: 

  1. A completed undergraduate bachelor degree (or equivalent) and a minimum of 2 years' relevant work experience. 
  2. No degree, completed GMAT with a score of >500 and a minimum of 2 years' relevant work experience. 
  3. No degree, with minimum five years’ relevant work experience. 

All students must meet English language requirements.  

Please call our online admissions team on 1300 293 830 if you require any assistance with the above entry requirements (Monday to Friday, 8:30AM –5PM ACST/ADST). 

Step 2 - Create an account and apply

  • Confirm the application close date of the next teaching period by checking the Important Dates page to avoid missing out.
  • Create an account via the University of Adelaide Application Portal.
  • Complete application form and upload supporting documents which include:
    • valid photo ID (passport or driver's licence)
    • proof of citizenship / permanent residency
    • transcripts from your complete bachelor's degree, diploma or certificate (if applicable)
    • change of name documents if applicable (e.g marriage certificate)
    • curriculum vitae detailing your relevant leadership and management work experience
    • English language requirements (if you are an international applicant).

Don’t worry if you do not have all of the required documents yet. You can still create an account and return at a later date to complete your application.  

Once you’ve submitted your application, you’ll be hearing from our admissions team who will confirm the outcome of your application.

Step 3 - Enrol

If your application is successful, you will then need to enrol in preparation for the start of the teaching period. You’ll need to register for a student ID and activate your student email address. The EnrolMe System will then guide you through the process of enrolling into your first course.



Application FAQs

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When do I apply for FEE-HELP?

After you have been offered a place in a University of Adelaide program, you will be able to apply for a HELP loan as a part of the enrolment process.

I’m unsure if I meet the entry requirements

The team at the University of Adelaide are more than happy to discuss your unique academic and professional history to help identify whether you meet one of the various ways to address the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration entry requirements. Phone: 1300 293 830 (Monday to Friday, 8:30AM – 5PM ACST/ADST). Email: admissions.online@adelaide.edu.au

I want someone to walk me through my application

Book a consultation with one of our enrolment advisors here who will more than happy to assist you. 

I don't have my academic transcript yet

If you don’t have all of the required documents yet you can still create an account and come back later to complete your application. Academic transcripts can be ordered from the institution you completed your bachelor's degree, diploma or certificate. Just make sure to submit all the required documents before the close of application date.

Still have a question? Contact our online admissions team now

If you have any questions about your eligibility or want to know more details about the program, contact the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration admissions team either on:

Phone: 1300 293 830 (Monday to Friday, 8:30AM –5PM ACST/ADST).

Email: admissions.online@adelaide.edu.au

 

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