Frequently asked questions on enterprise-systems
What are the entry requirements for SAP-subjects?
How do I apply?
How do I enrol?
What are the fees per postgraduate subject?
The fees are the same as the fees for all postgraduate business subjects.
Which courses offer SAP-subjects?
For courses offered see courses in SAP and enterprise-systems.
When do postgraduate subjects/courses start and which dates do I have to consider?
Visit the following websites:
- UTS:Handbook principal dates
- UTS:International student - academic year dates
- UTS:Timetable of classes
Is it possible to do just some SAP subjects but not enrol in a postgraduate course?
Yes, it is possible, for information on non-award study see courses in SAP and enterprise-systems.
Will I receive a SAP certificate?
No. You will receive a separate UTSAP Certificate for each postgraduate SAP subject (22759, 22766, 22772, 22773, 22774, 22776, 22782, 22783, and 22797) provided you pass the assessment criteria at the first attempt.
How are the UTSAP certificates and the SAP certification program related?
They are not directly related. The UTSAP Certificate acknowledges that a student has successfully completed an SAP-subject which has been certified by SAP Australia/NZ as a high quality subject with SAP-content. The SAP certification program is basically an (a set of) exam(s) which allows candidates to become SAP-certified in a variety of areas. For details refer to the SAP Education: Certification Program website. It has to be noted, however, that the knowledge and skills required to receive a UTSAP Certificate will certainly help students to pass the SAP certification programs. There are now also bridging courses available for students to sit for the SAP Certification Exam.
What is the workload associated with each subject?
The SAP-related subjects have ambitious objectives and rigorous procedures to achieve them. In most cases, students are required to complete comprehensive hands-on projects, which - in turn - provide them with substantial ES/SAP skills. The workload varies from subject to subject and from student to student but less than 100 hrs outside-class working time is unrealistic.
In which sequence should I enrol?
For the recommended subject sequence see how the subjects are list on the courses page.
What is the delivery mode of the subjects?
Will I have access to the SAP systems outside normal class hours?
Yes, 24 hours a day (from the beginning to the end of each subject) from the UTS labs and from home provided you have internet access (broadband preferred).
What are my job prospects after finishing an SAP major or sub-major?
The employment page describes the employment options.