The university says the SAP University Alliance Program will provide its School of Information Systems with the resources to teach students how to use its enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Vanessa Chang, the head of Curtin's school of information systems Head, said students skilled in an ERP system were in great demand in the ICT industry, and by learning to use the system the students would increase their job marketability.
Chang that Curtin was the first university in Western Australia to offer the program and undergraduate students would gain exposure to ERP concepts, while postgraduate students could take an intensive unit. SAP says its University Alliances program is a global initiative with nearly 900 member campuses in more than 40 countries, with free licenses to its business software suite provided to member universities and technical institutes for use in various disciplines.
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