Enrol Now for the NAATI approved course, weekend and evening classes available!

NAATI 5: Commence 27 Mar 2017: Wed, Thur and Friday

NAATI 6: Commence 22 Apr 2017: three evenings (Mon, Tue, Wed 17.30-21.30) and Saturday (9am-5pm)

  • Study to become a qualified interpreter today: Enrol in PSP50916 Diploma of Interpreting LOTE-English (CRICOS 091761E)
  • 20 training weeks + 3 weeks for reassessment, catch up class and holidays
  • Schedule: 20 contact hours per week
  • Delivery mode: Face to face training
  • Campus location and delivery site: Level 1&2, 337-339 La Trobe Street, Melbourne 3000 VIC

During the program, our experienced and NAATI qualified trainers will step by step guide you through various interpreting exercises and help you to develop:

  • Notes taking skills for interpreting purposes
  • Short term memory retention skills
  • Make sense of the briefing and quickly set up your mindset in the dialogue context
  • Pick up idioms/collocations and relay in the other language correctly in a blink of eye.
  • Build a comprehensive knowledge of Australian community services, and collocations/glossary in both English and Mandarin. 
  • And many more skills… 

 

Industry accreditation

  • Students who successfully complete the PSP50916 – Diploma of Interpreting (LOTE-English) and pass the assessment upon which recommendations to the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters Ltd (NAATI) for accreditation are based, will be eligible to gain Paraprofessional Interpreter accreditation.

NAATI accreditation can be used to claim Credentialled Community Language (CCL)  points for migration proposes. 

1Nationally Recognised Training

GBCA pathway Diplomas leading to the University of Canberra Bachelor Degrees

Pathway Courses & Bachelor of Commerce and Information Technology

  • Pathway Course and Bachelor of Commerce
Stage One Diploma of Business
Course Code BSB50215
CRICOS Course Code 090861J
Course Duration 52 weeks (incl. 43 weeks training* and 9 weeks of re-assessment, catch up class and course breaks).
Fee $13,300 (2017)
Campus Location and Delivery Site GBCA campus, La Trobe St, Melbourne
Stage Two Bachelor of Commerce
Course Code 762AA
CRICOS Course Code 052588C
Course Duration 2 years
Fee $24,500 (2017)
Campus Location and Delivery Site GBCA campus, La Trobe St, Melbourne

Nationally Recognised Training

 

 

 

  • Pathway Course and Bachelor of Information Technology
Stage One Diploma of Information Technology
Course Code ICT50115
CRICOS Course Code 093799G
Course Duration 58 weeks (incl. 50 training weeks + 8 weeks for catch up class, reassessment and holidays)
Fee $15,300 (2017)
Campus Location and Delivery Site GBCA campus, La Trobe St, Melbourne
Stage Two Bachelor of Information Technology
Course Code 322AA
CRICOS Course Code 019936G
Course Duration 2 years
Fee $21,610(2017)
Campus Location and Delivery Site GBCA campus, La Trobe St, Melbourne

Nationally Recognised Training

 

 

If you need more details, please go to UC-GBCA pathway.

Study the NAATI Diploma of Interpreting (English & Mandarin)

  • Study to become a qualified interpreter today
  • Enrol in PSP50916 Diploma of Interpreting LOTE-English (CRICOS 091761E)
  • Pass the internal final exam to be recommended for NAATI accreditation – paraprofessional level

Industry accreditation

  • 20 training weeks + 3 weeks for reassessment, catch up class and holidays
  • Schedule: 20 contact hours per week
  • Delivery mode: Face to face training
  • Campus location and delivery site: Level 1&2, 337-339 La Trobe Street, Melbourne 3000 VIC

NAATI accreditation can be used to claim Credentialled Community Language (CCL)  points for migration proposes. 

GBCA IELTS students exceed expectations

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When our IELTS students first arrived at GBCA in August, they averaged 2.5 in IELTS writing. By the time they did the IELTS exam two and a half weeks later, their scores had doubled to an average 6.0. Thanks to our wonderful teachers Barbara Rose and John Giatrakos for inspiring our students to excel. And congratulations to all of our IELTS students who studied their best to achieve these results.

Global Business College of Australia joins the China Chamber of Commerce Australia

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9th of September: The China Chamber of Commerce Australia (CCCA) hosted the 2016 General Meeting in a gala banquet event held in the Sheraton Hotel in Melbourne.

Eman Liu, CEO of the Global Business College of Australia (GBCA) was welcomed as a new member at the event. As a major annual Chinese business gathering in Australia, the gala was attended by more than 70 Chinese entrepreneurs, as well as the new Chinese Consul General in Melbourne Zhao Jian, Commercial Counsellor Wang Xiao Jia and Consul Dai Wei, who moderated the event.

The CCCA was established in 2006; it is a not-for-profit organization funded by the Australian Chinese Embassy with chapters in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth. The Chamber was established to serve the business interests of their members, while promoting Sino-Australian economic and trade relationships.

In August 2016, GBCA passed the CCCA Board review to become a CCCA member. For GBCA, this membership marks a landmark opportunity to contribute to a broader public platform and to play a stronger social responsibility role in Sino-Australian business relations.

As a Chinese private education institution with its first international campus in Australia, GBCA promotes overseas education by building closer bilateral ties between Australia and China.

In her inaugural CCCA member’s speech, Eman Liu stated: “we will integrate academic fields to contribute to the future development of the education industry in Australia. In addition, we aim to develop a systemic educational system, while continuing to learn and exchange ideas in the academic communities of Australia and China.”

To find out more about the Global Business College of Australia, please call:
PH: +61 (3) 9041 3050.

To learn more about the China Chamber of Commerce Australia visit:
http://www.chinachamber.org.au/index.asp

UC and GBCA partner to deliver new courses in Melbourne

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8 August 2016: The University of Canberra and the Global Business College of Australia (GBCA) have signed an agreement to formalise their education partnership.

Through this collaboration, the University of Canberra and GBCA will deliver higher education courses from 2017.  Dr Celina Yu, GBCA’s College Manager, has been appointed as the Principal of the new campus.

The agreement, signed by the University’s Acting Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Frances Shannon and the Chairman of the Huashang Education Group, Dr Yung Chau Liu, establishes pathways for both UC and GBCA’s students to continue their studies in degree courses at their Melbourne campus.

Attending the signing ceremony were Huashang Education Group’s Executive Directors and Vice Presidents, Ms. Eman Liu and Mr. Ethan Liu; Dr Celina Yu, College Principal of GBCA; a representative from the Education Consulate at the Chinese Embassy, Mr Ma Linlan; and the University’s Vice-President Global, Mr Rongyu Li and Dean of the Faculty of Education, Science, Technology and Mathematics, Professor Geoff Riordan.

Dr Yung Chau Liu said: “We are delighted to announce our partnership with the University of Canberra to deliver programs in our Melbourne campus, targeted to meet the changing needs of international and local students.”

Professor Frances Shannon celebrated the partnership between both institutions. “We are very pleased to be able to work with GBCA and look forward to offering our high-quality tertiary education programs to Melbourne-based students,” she said.

GBCA is the first offshore international campus of the Huashang Education Group. It offers a diverse range of quality VET programs such as in Business, I.T. and Accounting.   These programs are designed to propel students into career pathways through their Internship Program with a number of high-profile companies including Southern China Airlines.

The University of Canberra is an established university ranked in the top four per cent of universities worldwide and among the best young universities in the world as ranked by the prestigious 2016 Times Higher Education 150 Under 50. The University’s courses combine subject matter and research expertise with input from industry.

 

Media Contact: 

Claudia Doman, University of Canberra
T: +61 (2) 6206 8677

Elizabeth Winkelman, Global Business College of Australia
T: +61 (3) 9041 3050

Global Youth Business Talent Program

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Business talent tour
The Global Youth Business Talent Project was successfully concluded on 16th December 2015. Twenty-nine outstanding students from Huashang College participated in this 10-day program.

The program aims to encourage innovative thinking, broaden horizon and expand international perspective through simulating the setting up of a company, including identification for target products, marketing research, drafting of a business plan, visiting enterprises and experiencing culture differences. Based on the training and guidance at GBCA, participants were able to gain valuable knowledge and experience business insights for their future employment and personal development.

Xinjiang University of Finance and Economics Visited GBCA

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On 12th December 2015, Dr. Celina Yu and staff from GBCA welcomed Professor Cui Guanglian, Party Secretary of Xinjiang University of Finance and Economics, and her other four delegation members, (Mr. Tang, the Director of International Exchanges and Cooperation Department, Ms. Chen, the Director of Academic Affairs Office, Mr. Li Jigang, Dean of School of Finance, and Mr. Yan Xing, Director of Network and Experimental Teaching Centre).

Professor Huang Wei, the President of Nanjing University of Technology and Colleagues Visited GBCA

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On 27th October 2015, Professor Huang Wei, the President of Nanjing Technology University and other four colleagues were warmly welcome by Dr. Celina Yu, the College Manager of GBCA. The two parties held discussions and explored in-depth future opportunities cooperation on education and international cooperation.

In the afternoon, GBCA organised a meeting between Mr. Song Yumin, Chinese Consul- General to Melbourne, at the Consulate-General of the People’s Republic of China in Melbourne. Both agreed that exchanges and cooperation in the education sector between China and Australia has proceeded successfully, smoothly and more frequently, with strong potential for further development and cooperation in the future.