Experiences and a strong commercial grounding in business.
Take advantage of the international exchange and industry placement opportunities and tailor your degree to launch your career in virtually any field, anywhere in the world.
The three-year, full-time (or equivalent part-time) Bachelor of Commerce program combines theory and practice to build your understanding of how businesses operate.
You’ll gain the analytical, technical and practical skills to apply your knowledge effectively in your career.
To succeed in business, graduates need to be equipped with a solid grounding in areas such as accounting and business statistics and leadership skills and a global mindset.
A Bachelor of Commerce combines theory and practice to teach you how businesses operate.
Alongside technical development, you will gain critical thinking and problem-solving skills to apply your knowledge effectively in the business world.
The core units, Future of Business and Leading and Influencing in Business, have been specifically designed to prepare you for the contemporary workforce and a global career.
The Business School also has an Industry Placement Program, which offers a unit of study that you can credit towards your degree.
Highly coveted by students, acceptance into the program's unit of study is competitive.
The unit provides a preparation course for nine weeks before entering the work placement.
You are assessed through a work-learning journal at the end of your placement.
your preparation of a business report that integrates your prior learning with your industry experience and a presentation with the other students enrolled in the program.
Taken in your final semester of study for each business major, our capstone units allow you to apply the skills and knowledge you'll gain throughout your major.
work with industry partners and alumni to bring real-world experience into the classroom.
You will complete a semester-long project developed by scholars with industry experts and emulate career experiences.
Building on this foundation, you can choose up to two majors. At least one major must be chosen from a wide range of business subject areas:
The other may be chosen from business subject areas or the shared pool of majors and minors across the university.
Mathematics. Other assumed knowledge depends on the first-year subjects selected.
Mathematics (an equivalent of band 4 in the NSW HSC subject Mathematics* or band E3 in Mathematics Extension 1 or 2) from 2019, if you are completing a senior secondary (year 12) qualification in Australia.
*The subject requirement refers to Mathematics (not Mathematics General or Mathematics Standard), or Mathematics Advanced, which will be first examined in the NSW HSC in 2020.
China – Gaokao: 75%
India – CBSE: 18.5
Indian School Certificate: 96
India - HSSC 6 states: 95
You study Academic English Skills and 4 academic subjects each semester.
Once enrolled with the University of Sydney Foundation Program, you will receive a conditional offer to a degree at the University of Sydney.
All students must study English A and English B during the Foundation Program.
If your degree at the University has a University of Sydney prerequisite for mathematics, you must study Mathematics during the Foundation Program.
Keeping in mind the subjects recommended to you; you are welcome to choose your elective subjects.
1. A scanned copy of passport identification page
2. English language results
3. Academic transcripts
4. Degree certificates (testamurs)
5. Scholarship documentation
6. Marriage/Change of name certificate
Students will study for 36, 25, 15, 10 or 5 teaching weeks.
All courses involve 20 hours of classes per week.
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|5.5||10 or 15 weeks||25 weeks||36 weeks||36 weeks|
|6||5 weeks||10 or 15 weeks||25 weeks||36 weeks|
|6.5||5 weeks||5 weeks||10 or 15 weeks||25 weeks|
|7||5 weeks||5 weeks||10 or 15 weeks|
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