Australian National Institute of Management and Commerce is committed to providing its students with the very best possible quality higher education in the fields of business and law that lead to immediate and fulfilling careers in the public and private, domestic and international sectors. IMC's motto of "Capability, Integrity, Responsibility and A Winning Alliance" highlights the spirit of IMC's approach and character.
We equip our students with comprehensive knowledge and skills on which they can base systematically advanced training in specific disciplines, are encouraged to develop intellectual thought and curiosity, and prepared for workready roles.
IMC's students are a snapshot of an increasingly global community. Drawn from both the international and domestic markets, our student community is diverse and vibrant. IMC teachers are highly accomplished academics from both Australian and international universities, offering specialised academic guidance with a strong emphasis on practical skills.
IMC cultivates in its students a sense of social responsibility and service to the global community that builds on the best of our heritage while improving our present and future lives by utilising the best of the new.
Situated in the Australia Technology Park (Australia's Silicon Valley) we have a special focus on inculcating values that promote innovation and commitment to find and make a better way. Australia's tertiary education regulator TEQSA (Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency) has granted IMC partial self-accreditation authority ("SAA") in the broad field of education Management and Commerce, which covers the Australian Qualification Framework from Level 5 (Diploma) to Level 9 (Masters degrees) courses offered at IMC.
IMC is just one of twelve Australian private providers to be awarded this status. By participating in professional work experience during their studies, IMC students learn to apply their academic training as well as develop teamwork and leadership capabilities.
Our curriculum, integrated classroom learning systems, interaction with practicing industry specialists and leaders, and work placement opportunities help students develop an international perspective with a particular and emphasis on the Asia-Pacific region that is now so increasingly important.