Course code: #MGB303
These are mandatory and all come with course.
In this course at the University of Canberra, you’ll be introduced to the theory and practice of the worlds of commerce, finance and banking.
With a highly practical degree, you’ll develop knowledge and techniques in risk management and credit assessment and learn how to manage risks in financial services firms.
You’ll also explore topics including shares, debentures, derivatives and discounted cash flows, and will study methods to price a range of financial instruments.
You’ll be involved in various Work Integrated Learning (WIL) experiences linked directly to the finance and banking industries.
As a result, you will graduate with sound knowledge of commerce and a breadth of professional skills, ensuring a successful career, whichever path you choose.
The Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Banking) sees academics and industry working together to develop diverse WIL opportunities for students, including:
Internships, work placements, industry projects, competitions, exhibitions, study tours, and virtual real-world learning experiences.
The course culminates in a capstone project, which aims to integrate what you’ve learned across your degree and prepare you for the transition to either successful future employment or further studies.
|Cost of living||1 person||$8,700|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,250|
UC College offers English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) at the University of Canberra College English Language Centre (UCCELC), conveniently located on the Bruce campus in Canberra.
|Course||Entry requirement||Lead to|
|General English||IELTS 4.0||(AE1)|
|Academic English1(AE1)||IELTS 4.5||(AE2)|
|Academic English2(AE2)||IELTS 5.0||(AE3)|
|Academic English3(AE3)||IELTS 5.5|
UC undergraduate degrees
|Academic English4(AE14)||IELTS 6.0||University’s Master’s degrees|
Admission to this course is based on an entrance rank. A rank can be achieved by the following means:
It is recommended that students have Mathematics T/Mathematic Applications (ACT) or Mathematics (NSW) and English (major) (ACT) or English Advanced (NSW) or their equivalents.
If you’re an international student who hasn’t met the University of Canberra’s entry requirements for your preferred UC undergraduate degree, the International Foundation Studies program is an accredited pre-university Pathways program that can help you achieve your goal of university education.
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