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How To Find The Best Business Administration Degrees In Hobart (University)

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This tutorial will show you how to find the best Business Administration degrees in Hobart.

You will also find helpful info and videos about studying in Australia.

The video above is the Youtube version of this guide.

Below you will find a table of contents.

First we will show you a few relevant videos.

Then you will see a few comparisons of the universities we think are best.

Then we will show you how to use a search website called CRICOS.

Then you will see how to use the UNTO Australia.com search app.

Another search app you will learn how to use is QILT.

Finally we will show you some useful links and videos.

Steps For You

Step 1.

Introduction - Read about Hobart

Step 2.

Use the CRICOS Search App (Gov website)

Step 3.

Use the UNTO Australia.com Search App

Step 4.

Use the QILT website for course comparisons

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Australian Government

Feature Video


University of Tasmania


Check out this video which is related to studying Business Administration.

Video Description:

University of Tasmania

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This next video will give you some interesting details about living in Hobart that will be helpful if you are really thinking about studying Business Administration there.


Hobart Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Youtube Description:

When you first arrive in Hobart, you may not be aware that you’re exploring a former prison. This onetime penal colony is located between Mount Wellington and Port Hobart, and features a number of exquisite colonial buildings in breathtaking natural surroundings. There’s a variety of things to do within the city, so chow down on seafood from a waterfront restaurant before stopping by one of the galleries built into old whale oil warehouses. Don’t forget to check out the Hobart Theatre, a must-see on any Hobart tour. This structure was built by convicts brought to Australia in the 19th century, and it still hosts live performances today. Hobart sightseeing will no doubt include the Maritime Museum, which celebrates Hobart’s ties to the sea. Go for a sail on the Lady Nelson, a tall ship that makes regular excursions out to the harbor. You’ll work up an appetite trimming the sails and steering the ship, so why not venture to the Salamanca Market? For over 30 years, this market has featured fresh produce, local artwork, and clothing, and you’re bound to score a good bargain. Next, go upriver to MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art. This building descends three floors down into the cliffs surrounding it, and its often dark-natured artwork is featured in vast, cavernous spaces. All that art is bound to make you thirsty, so pay a visit to some of the wineries dotting Hobart’s surrounding landscape. Sip responsibly on a glass of wine, nibble a wedge of cheese, and enjoy the rolling green hills around you. Now this is living!

Tips and Hacks

Hobart is a top place to live because it is clean and organised!

Our Pick For You


Tips and Hacks

Amc - Master Of Business Administration (Maritime And Logistics Management) @ University of Tasmania is our choice for you!


Living at the University of Tasmania

This video is related to our top pick institute - University Of Tasmania

Little wonder then, that more than 600,000 international students, from over 200 countries, come to study with us every year. And why, when they’ve finished their education, they leave with globally recognised skills – and a future that’s truly limitless.
Australian Government

Our Pick

We think the best course is Amc - Master Of Business Administration (Maritime And Logistics Management)

At University of Tasmania


The university has a capacity of 9493 students.

And the total number of courses is 415.

An example of some of the courses with Business Administration in the title:

  • AMC - Master of Business Administration (Maritime and Logistics Management)
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality Management)

Link to BROUCHER or website


Image of Hobart

Tips and Hacks

Click on the university links to learn more about the university!

University Comparisons


Tips and Hacks

Use this handy comparison to find your university!


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Australia is home to some of the world’s leading educational institutions, academics and researchers who are conducting universally acknowledged research that attains the highest standard when measured against international benchmarks.
Australian Government


Below you will see a few tables filled with university provider details. These are some of the best universities in Hobart that provide and offer courses in Business Administration.

We have listed the top 1 universities. The top one is University of Tasmania.

In the tables you will see:

  • the university name
  • a link to the website
  • the total number of students
  • the total number of courses available
  • a list of courses related to the university

The best way is to click on the university website link below.

From there you can find more information that you need.


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Tips and Hacks

Click the blue button to view the courses, sweet!




QILT website


Tips and Hacks

QILT is the best way to compare different courses and fields of study. See side by side comparisons.


Using the QILT website you can choose the best university or TAFE.

This site is helpful because if you don't know who to ask, you can find the infomation here.

Questions like "Did you enjoy the course?"

Or "What was the university like?"

You can get details about student experiences at different institutes. You can also get info about graduate employment after graduating from a certain university.

This app lets you get side-by-side comparisons of institutes. You can select your study area. For example you can select Nursing.

The data in QILT comes from thousands of student surveys. These surveys were completed in schools across Australia. The results are current. The surveys are completed every year.

You can create shortlists of courses and then compare them.

See this video for an introduction to using the QILT app

The QILT website helps you compare official study experience and employment outcomes data from Australian higher education institutions. Create your own shortlist to compare different study areas and institutions.

Main Menu

Step 1.

Select 'Study Areas'


The first thing you need to do it look at the main menu.

You can see there are two options:

  • study areas
  • institutions

Click on 'Study Areas' to load that page

All Study Areas

Step 2.

Select your field


Next you will see the 'All Study Areas' page.

This is a list of the top fields of study at Australian institutes.

You can also click on the 'study area' for a sub list. For example if you click on Health you will see the Nursing subheading.

All cool?

Field Page

Step 3.

Select your level


After you click on your field, the 'field page' will load.

In this screenshot you can see the Nursing page. On the left it shows some statistics about the field.

There are three options, All, University or Non-University.

Select your level.

List of institutions

Step 4.

Start filtering


Next it will show you a 'list of institutions' for your field.

On the left you will see some filters that you can use to make the list smaller.

Next, you will find out more about the filters.

Filter by Institution Type

Step 5.

Filter institution type


This filter is the 'Institution Type' filter.

Choose University.

For TAFE courses you need to choose 'Non-University'.

Or you can just view all.

Filter by Course Level

Step 6.

Filter course level


This is straight forward. Select 'undergraduate' for all degrees and TAFE courses.

Filter by State

Step 7.

Filter state


Next you want to use the 'State Filter'.

You can also select multiple states if you need to.

Select Tasmania for 'State'

Compare Institutes

Step 8.

Add institutions to your list


After you have finished filtering you need to select which institutes to compare.

See on the right hand side. There is a 'Add to Compare' button. Hit these and it adds the institute to your list. You have a maximum of 6 per list.

After you have a list of institutions, then you can compare them.

This is the best part!


Step 9.

Compare the institutes in your list


Now you can compare the institutions. Click on the 'My Shortlist' button then hit 'Compare'.

It will load a bar graph like the one in the image above. You can see the national average is the red line across the top. The first chart you see is comparing 'overall quality of education experience'.


Step 10.

Compare using tables


Click on 'Tables View' to see a different breakdown of the results.

You can see the national average in the far right column.

Chart Types

Step 11.

Use other chart types


There are many different 'chart types' to choose from.

You can see them listed in the image above. You should take your time to explore them all. There is a lot of information available.

All good?

Hope so. Have fun.

See this video for an introduction to using the QILT app

You can trust QILT results, because they are based on thousands of surveys completed by students across Australia. The results are up to date, because the surveys are completed every year.


This app is the best one to use for comparing different institutions in Australia. You can do side-by-side comparisons using nice bar charts and tables.

1000's of students have been surveyed and the results are listed here. You can find which institutions are the most popular.

Tips and Hacks

QILT results come from surveys of 1000s of students across Australia

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