The company caters to enterprises in Supply Chain based industries (CPG, Retail, Manufacturing, Media & Technology) and Services (Banking, Financial Services and Insurance, Airline, Hospitality) through a combination of traditional and newer business models, as a long-term sustainable partner. Whether you are working for one of Deloitte’s clients, or for an internal facing IT team, you’ll have the opportunity to be engaged in work that ranges from local and mobile troubleshooting to cyber risks detection and prevention, all in support of overall business operations.
All students enrolled in the Bachelor of Information Technology (Professional) automatically receive a La Trobe or Industry-sponsored scholarship of A$2000 per year for the first two years of study, on top of the A$20,000 industry scholarship or salary as negotiated with your employer.
This encompasses administrative and academic computer support, Local Area Network (LAN) support, computer hardware and software support, Internet assistance, audio/visual support, distance learning, Blackboard, telecommunications, and various software applications.
The IT companies have already forayed in these countries for two primary reasons: First, it provides them to take advantages of cost-effectiveness in these areas due to new talent pool, Lower wages and greater advantage by making their exports cheaper and competitive.
The Bachelor of Information Technology degree gives you the knowledge and skills to make a living solving, supporting, troubleshooting and designing – from web sites to business applications to programming networks – in organisations ranging from business and government to schools, healthcare and more.