Business professionals of tomorrow need more than an understanding of core business disciplines – they need adaptability, curiosity and agility to respond to a changing future. Our School of Business and Tourism degrees have a strong emphasis on applied knowledge and include internships and the opportunity to study abroad. Our campuses are located in ideal environments for work placement – with thriving business and leisure industries at the doorstep.

Southern Cross University graduates are well prepared for careers in a diverse range of industries including:

  • Tourism and hospitality
  • Event management
  • Hotel operations
  • Finance and banking
  • Business development and enterprise

You can also take advantage of a one-on-one chat with one of our business and tourism graduates.

  1. Simply fill in the details below to book a chat.
  2. A team member will contact you to find out more about what you want to study and help you think through what you might like to talk about with our graduate.

Why study business and tourism at Southern Cross?

  • We were the first university in Australia to offer studies in tourism
  • Digital Enterprise Lab offers chance to work on real-world projects
  • 92% of our business graduates are employed shortly after graduation – Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching 2018
  • Industry connections facilitate work placements both in Australia and abroad
  • 85% of IT graduates are employed shortly after graduation – Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching 2018.

Book a chat with one of our amazing graduates

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Militsa Antonova

Bachelor of Business in International Hospitality Management

Growing up in the small Bulgarian town of Sevlievo, surrounded by mountains and nature, Militsa Antonova dreams big.

Graduating from Southern Cross, she took on an internship that led to her dream job as Marketing Executive and now Complex Marketing Specialist at Marriott Hotels.

“Travelling is about experiencing, learning, supporting local communities and immersing yourself in new cultures,” says Militsa, who works at two luxury Melbourne properties and sees the hotel world moving into a period of colourful change in coming years.

She gets through her busy days with a little Bulgarian saying: “if there is desire, there is a way.”

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