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A lot of people in Pakistan/India think that a core Computer Science degree would meet the education criterion for ANZSCO code 261111 Business Analyst. It seems we are wrong. In Australia business analysts have a specialized degree called Bachelor of Business Systems. Some programs being offered at Australian universities are as follows:

Bachelor of Business Systems | Undergraduate Degrees | Bond University | Gold Coast, Australia

Bachelor of Business Information Systems (3333) - Undergraduate Course - Information Technology - Monash University Handbooks 2011

RMIT - Business Information Systems – Bachelor of Business

http://victoria.theiiba.org/download...Event_POST.ppt

I hope this will help others avoid the pitfall I fell into when applying for assessment!!!
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A lot of people in Pakistan/India think that a core Computer Science degree would meet the education criterion for ANZSCO code 261111 Business Analyst. It seems we are wrong. In Australia business analysts have a specialized degree called Bachelor of Business Systems. Some programs being offered at Australian universities are as follows:

Bachelor of Business Systems | Undergraduate Degrees | Bond University | Gold Coast, Australia

Bachelor of Business Information Systems (3333) - Undergraduate Course - Information Technology - Monash University Handbooks 2011

RMIT - Business Information Systems Bachelor of Business

http://victoria.theiiba.org/download...Event_POST.ppt

I hope this will help others avoid the pitfall I fell into when applying for assessment!!!
Hi Lahorimunda,

Thanks for sharing, it's really helpful.
Would like to know if you have any idea--How would an SAP consultant be categorized: Say if one is SAP Business warehouse Consultant (similar to Datawarehouse), Can he be categorized as Systems analyst? Your views plz....Though I know that category depends upon responsibilities..but when we think about a SYSTEMS ANALYST, It just strikes in mind "a guy with 10+ years of ezp or so"......So i was wondering if an SAP consultant who is not a programmer but he is techn--functional...Should be a Systems Analyst Or Analyst Programmer...
Thanks,
-Baljin

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Hi,

I think the best bet for a SAP specialist would be to apply for '261399 SOFTWARE AND APPLICATIONS PROGRAMMERS NEC' with specialization as SAP. Does anyone else have anything to add to this??

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A lot of people in Pakistan/India think that a core Computer Science degree would meet the education criterion for ANZSCO code 261111 Business Analyst. It seems we are wrong. In Australia business analysts have a specialized degree called Bachelor of Business Systems. Some programs being offered at Australian universities are as follows:

Bachelor of Business Systems | Undergraduate Degrees | Bond University | Gold Coast, Australia

Bachelor of Business Information Systems (3333) - Undergraduate Course - Information Technology - Monash University Handbooks 2011

RMIT - Business Information Systems Bachelor of Business

http://victoria.theiiba.org/download...Event_POST.ppt

I hope this will help others avoid the pitfall I fell into when applying for assessment!!!
So would that mean.. that we can apply under skill category (in group B atleast) if we have a computers or electronics and communication degree??

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So would that mean.. that we can apply under skill category (in group B atleast) if we have a computers or electronics and communication degree??
I think yes, but you will need the higher level of experience required by Group B.

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I think yes, but you will need the higher level of experience required by Group B.

I have been positively assessed as SYSTEMS ANALYST . I am from India with Electronics and communication engineering with 4.5 years of SAP exp.

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I have been positively assessed as SYSTEMS ANALYST . I am from India with Electronics and communication engineering with 4.5 years of SAP exp.
Thanks leptokurtic and baljinsi for your response

I hold more than 6.5 years of experience with a degree in electronics and communications

Baljinsi, did you go through skill groups or RPL? did u do it by yourself or you took some agents help?

thanks again...

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Baljinsi.. i just tried to look at all the posts you have made in different threads... I think you have already discussed a lot of relevant things in this forum... looks great and helpful to me.. I will go through them for my questions as well...

I am sure i would get most of my questions answered there.. but if in case i dont get complete information in there... i might bother you sometime with my questions

Thanks again!!

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i did bachelor of computer science but qualified for ict business analyst...luck me then

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i did bachelor of computer science but qualified for ict business analyst...luck me then
How much experience do you have?

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