Pathway to Prestigious Business Degree overseas


The business world constantly changes and becomes ever more demanding. However, a strong foundation of key knowledge and skills in understanding business and management will enable UIC Business students to survive and thrive in various environments and conditions. Upon completion, students have a wide range of possible careers and opportunities because they have been prepared to be practical and capable management professionals not only with a strong grasp of theory but also with experience gained from practical learning. The course is well suited for those who enjoy working with people and leading people

Students who have completed a BTEC HND are effective and critical thinkers with the potential to become successful professionals in the field of business and management.

The UIC Business Program comprises five internationally-recognized BTEC HND qualifications that provide education and training for a variety of business careers. Students will have opportunities to develop skills to help them achieve success in their studies and working life.

  1 Year Jakarta > 2nd Year Overseas 
UIC also offers a certificate program to Australia and USA called HNC where student would only spend 1 year in Indonesia to be then continue in overseas for another 2 years (Australia) and 3 years (USA).

2 Years Jakarta + Final Year Overseas


Good business management is essential to any successful business. Students pursuing a study in Business Management are equipped with the skills to manage various organizations covering areas such as strategy and planning of business objectives and activities; behaviour of human resources; marketing and finance

Marketing is one of the major components in Business and examines factors that influence consumer demands. To name a few, students will learn the concepts of promotion, pricing, consumer behaviour and market structure.

Students majoring in Business Accounting will learn different areas of accounting management. Students will be introduced to theories and concepts of Accounting and how they apply to all areas of organizations.


Alumni of UIC College successfully entered 2nd/3rd year of Universities below:

United Kingdom (UK)

  • Coventry University
  • Glasgow University
  • Northumbria University
  • Oxford Brookes University
  • St Mary’s University
  • University of Bedfordshire
  • University of Hertfordshire
  • University of Hull
  • University of Kent
  • University of Nottingham Trent
  • University of Sunderland
  • University of Westminster
  • University of the West of England

United States of America (USA)

  • Washington State University
  • San Fransisco State University, California
  • Peninsula College, Port Angeles


  • University of Technology Sydney
  • Queensland University of Technology
  • Curtin University, Perth
  • Deakin University


  • Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands


  • Asia Pacific University


  • Curtin University
  • Kaplan Singapore


  • University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus
  • Linton University College / University of East London

Entry requirements for UIC Business:

  • Minimum age: 16 years old
  • High School’ Certificate / Year 12 or A level
  • University Transcript or equivalent for Transfer Students.
  • English Requirement IELTS 5.5 / TOEFL IBT 75 or UIC English Placement Test
  • Math Test
  • Interview
  • Transcript review for transfer student


  • February // June // October

Real World Learning

The program prepares students for the world of employment and/ or ongoing studies in their chosen areas of work. (Mature students too can gain specialist knowledge and understanding that will help them to develop themselves professionally and further their career advancement.)

The on-going projects and assignments that form the core of the assessment process are highly related and relevant to current trends and influences in business, management, the global economy and markets in which companies and their employees must work. Current/contemporary theories are considered and appreciated for their ability to solve problems and provide solutions.

By working closely with companies and employers in the field, UIC allows students to directly encounter what is happening in their field of study in actual settings. Guest lecturers bring their experiences directly to students and help them understand the challenges of work. Company visits give students first-hand encounters of the world of work and allow them to relate their developing theory, knowledge and understanding to what is actually happening in daily business. UIC seeks to make its teaching and learning both practical and relevant so that both education and career development needs are met.

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