Undergraduate courses that emphasise the practical
Our undergraduate courses focus on developing the practical skills that you’ll need for a career. While many universities deliver undergraduate courses with a strong theoretical focus, our aim is for you to emerge ready and confident to take on or advance your profession. In other words, while you’re completing your degree at BHI, you’ll be developing the skills that employers are looking for.
In fact, many of our undergraduate courses are aligned to career paths that have been defined by industry sectors we work with. So the courses are relevant and industry-specific.
Find the undergraduate course that will take you to the next stage of your education.
I/IHE = International
HE = Local
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: BoxHill Institute welcomes all applications from indigenous students. Please see individual courses for additional admission criteria.
- Domestic students with overseas qualifications: Domestic students with overseas qualifications should visit the recognition of prior learning page BoxHill Institute for information on how their qualifications will be assessed for entry.
- English language proficiency: BHI requires students to demonstrate that they can speak, write, read and comprehend English to a specified standard. Visit English Language page for more details.
Where to get further information:
TEQSA national register
Application and Inquiry: Graduates of the Institute will be able to apply knowledge and skills through the process of inquiry to a range of contextual challenges.
Information Literacy: Graduates of the Institute will be able to evaluate and use information effectively in a range of contexts.
Personal and Intellectual Autonomy: Graduates of the Institute will be able to work independently in a way that is informed by openness, creativity, curiosity and a desire to meet new challenges.
Ethical Social and Professional Understanding: Graduates of the Institute will have cultural and social awareness consistent with their role as responsible members of local, national and international professional communities.
Communication: Graduates of the Institute will recognise and value communication as a tool for negotiating and creating new understanding, interacting with others and furthering their own learning.