International study options give students global experience.
Fast track your degree and complete two mandatory units by studying BIPX202 and BUSN304 in Rome July 2019.
The two units will be taught concurrently over two weeks. You will study with ACU teaching staff, stay on our Rome Campus with the other students, and participate in cultural tours and visits.
Before traveling to Rome, the Peter Faber Business School will hold pre-departure seminars to brief participants on the study tour.
The Peter Faber Business School is pleased to offer two units:
Duration: 2 weeks
Dates: TBC July, 2019
Credit Points: 10
Prerequisites: Completion of MGMT100 and BUSN104
This capstone unit focuses on the relationship between diversity and conflict and the positive outcomes associated with their effective management. Key theories and concepts of these areas are explored as they relate to both the workplace and wider society. Topics covered include types of diversity, valuing diversity, the nature of conflict and the principles, strategies and benefits associated with their effective management. The unit aims to develop knowledge and awareness of how the appropriate management of conflict and the adoption of exemplary diversity management practices act as a form of corporate social responsibility in an increasingly globalised world.
Credit Points: 10
Prerequisites: Completion of UNCC100
This unit provides you with a business focused understanding of community engagement and its importance in serving poor, vulnerable and marginalised groups.
Additionally, you’ll gain experience by undertaking a community engagement placement in Rome.
In this unit you will develop critical employment skills that you will hone in the context of working for a social enterprises, community groups or not for profits. These skills will include organisation, team work, establishing a service mindset, self-development and initiative. This unit reinforces our Core Curriculum by enabling you to volunteer in the community in a three-way partnership between yourself, ACU, and participating organisations.
Our Rome Campus is located in the Janiculum Hill area of Rome, not far from the Vatican and is located on the same property where classes are held. The accommodation includes a chapel, garden and other amenities for students.
The study tour is conducted over two weeks (12 nights TBC July 2019) and the program fee is currently estimated to be between A$2,600 to $2,800*, excluding flights.
The program fee covers:
The program fee does not include the return airfare to Italy.
To confirm your place in this exciting program, a non-refundable deposit of $200 must be made by 31 March 2019. (Payment options to be confirmed).
* Prices are subject to international exchange rates and may fluctuate.
Program participants are usually eligible to receive the Vice-Chancellor and President’s Travel Grant of AUD$500 to assist with the cost of your economy airfare. (Please note: you can only apply for one Vice-Chancellor and President’s grant throughout your course).
Eligible students may also apply for an OS-Help Loan to support the cost of travel and incidentals.
A list of funding options is available on our study overseas website. Visit studentportal.acu.edu.au/osfinancialsupport
To express interest or find out more:
We look forward to welcoming you to our Rome Campus as you undertake your undergraduate studies with ACU.