Summer School

Summer School 2019

In 2019 the Research School of Management is offering a limited Summer School program. The course outlines will be available on the Programs & Courses course site for each course. The number of tutorials is yet to be confirmed as this will depend on enrolment numbers.

Courses on offer: BUSI2025 International Business, MKTG2004 Marketing and MGMT7171 Strategic Human Resource Management

Dates:  Wednesday 2 January 2019 - Friday 8 February 2019 (including exam periods). Exact dates for each course are below. Please alwarys check the 2019 ANU Timetabling website for the most up to date timetabling information.

BUSI2025 International Business (Jan 8th -Feb 4th)

Venue: Lecture- Law Theatre (10am-12pm), Tutorials - per ANU Timetable 2019

Dates: Jan 8th, Jan 10th, Jan 14th, Jan 16th, Jan 18th, Jan 21st, Jan 23rd, Jan 25th, Jan 31st, Feb 1st

Exam: Feb 4th 2019 (TBC)

MKTG2004 Marketing (Jan 2nd-Jan 29th)

Venue: Lecture- Law Theatre (10am-12pm), Tutorials per ANU Timetable 2019

Dates: Jan 2nd, Jan 3rd, Jan 4th, Jan 7th, Jan 9th, Jan 11th, Jan 15th, Jan 17th, Jan 22nd, Jan 24th

Exam: Jan 29th 2019 (TBC)

MGMT7171 Strategic Human Resource Management (Jan 7th-Jan 29th)

Venue: Seminar- CBE LT1 (1pm-4pm)

Dates: Jan 7th, Jan 8th, Jan 10th, Jan 14th, Jan 15th, Jan 17th, Jan 21st, Jan 22nd, Jan 24th, Jan 29th

Restriction on number of courses:

Students may undertake both of the undergraduate courses being offered.  If you have to take two or more supplementary exams (PX) for Semester 2 2018 courses you should not consider enrolling in any Summer School courses.  If you have to take one supplementary exam (PX) for Semester 2 2018 courses you are recommended to enrol only in one Summer School course. 

Due to the intensive nature of the courses, we recommend that you only enrol in a maximum of two courses (including courses from other Colleges).  Therefore, if you are doing one Summer School course from another College, you should only do one CBE Summer School course.


Invoices will be emailed to your ANU student email address as per normal semester invoices.  Domestic students are eligible to defer their fees using HECS-Help as per normal semester fees.  International students are required to pay fees upfront as per normal.  Non-ANU students must pay their fees upfront before they are able to enrol.

Updated:   18 December 2018 / Responsible Officer:  Director, Research School of Management / Page Contact:  College Web Team