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Bachelor of Professional Accounting

  • The Bachelor of Professional Accounting, offered by the Australian School of Accounting Pty Ltd, is tailored for individuals with a knack for numbers, aiming to carve a path in the field of professional accounting. This degree equips students with comprehensive knowledge in accounting, taxation, law, auditing, finance, and economics, essential for a rewarding career trajectory in various sectors, including government, corporate, or entrepreneurial ventures. The course emphasizes hands-on experience through practical placements, internships, or projects, providing invaluable real-world exposure and paving the way for direct employment opportunities post-graduation.

    Graduates of the Bachelor of Professional Accounting possess a spectrum of career options, from roles as financial accountants, management accountants, auditors, to business managers, financial consultants, or CFOs. Recognized by CPA Australia and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, this program offers a clear pathway toward professional accreditation. Additionally, accreditation by the Tax Practitioners Board facilitates graduates’ streamlined paths to becoming registered tax agents, further amplifying their career prospects in the dynamic field of accounting.

    • Total Tuition Fee: $52,800
    • Total Fee per unit: $2,200
  • To enroll in the Bachelor of Professional Accounting, it is vital that applicants collect the following prior to applying:

    • Minimum 65% in High School OR 10 + 2
    • Letter of Recommendation
    • English Language Proficiency Requirements (IELTS Overall Band Score 6.0 with a minimum subscore of 5.5 in writing, reading, speaking and listening)
    • Transcripts of all previous academic degrees (To be translated in English and approved by translator)

    To know more on admission deadlines and requirements, contact Oli and the Associate’s counselor.

Updated on February 11th, 2024

About Australian School of Accounting

  • The founders of the Australian School of Accounting (ASA) have demonstrated extensive involvement in professional accounting education and training for an extended period. Throughout this tenure, they have observed a discernible decline in the standards of accounting education. This observation is corroborated by data from professional-level examinations, which indicates that accounting graduates encounter challenges in mastering the content, intricacies, and rigor of the professional accounting qualifying standard. Employers have consistently articulated their discontent regarding the general unpreparedness of accounting graduates for a professional accounting career. Learn More

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