Course code: #C10348
These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
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The Bachelor of Economics at UTS offers students the analytical and quantitative skills required to understand fundamental economic principles.
The degree complements this knowledge with the option of majors across selected business disciplines.
The course provides thorough training in economic analysis and its applications to economic and business policy.
Throughout the course, students develop knowledge of microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics, behavioural economics, game theory, and other fields of Economics.
A capstone subject of the degree synthesises knowledge from these areas of economics to study policy-making in real-world settings.
Students have the option to undertake an internship program as an elective within the business major or as a free elective.
Students should not enrol in an internship subject in the last session of study to ensure that completion of required work hours does not impact graduation and/or international students' visa conditions.
|Cost of living||1 person||$9,036|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$16,800|
UTS Academic English program will help you develop your ability to participate confidently within the university community.
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UTS Foundation Studies
the UTS College Extended Diploma program (with entry requirements of IELTS 5.5).
|AE4||IELTS 5.5||UTS College Standard or Accelerated Diploma programs (courses with an entry requirement of IELTS 6.0).|
|AE5||IELTS 6||most UTS undergraduate and postgraduate degrees (with entry requirements of IELTS 6.5).|
Applicants must have completed an Australian Year 12 qualification, Australian Qualifications Framework Diploma, or equivalent Australian or overseas qualification at the required level.
Mathematics Advanced and any two units of English.
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UTS Science offers bridging courses in Maths, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology.
Bridging courses help prepare you for university studies and learning in the university environment.
Subjects taught in bridging courses do not carry any credit towards your degree but will help you prepare for first-year university subjects.
This may include students enrolling in science courses or other areas of study such as engineering, business, nursing, health, architecture, education, and information technology.
If you don't meet the admission requirements for this course, there may be alternative pathways to help you gain admission.
If you’re an international student looking for a university preparation program, UTS Foundation Studies is designed to help you take your next step into Australian university study.
Students who successfully complete the program will qualify for the first year of most undergraduate degrees at UTS or a UTS College diploma for those who need more preparation.
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