Accounting
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Program Overview:

The Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) is designed for students who wish to gain their professional accounting qualifications. The practice of accounting comprises financial accounting and management accounting, which cover areas including capital investment, taxation, shareholding, auditing and so on. Financial accounting is focused on external reporting and auditing functions. Management accounting is concerned with providing information for planning and controlling decisions within organizations.

 

Professional Recognition:

The Bachelor of Commerce degree is fully accredited by the two major Australian professional accounting bodies: CPA Australia and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA).

 

Career Prospect:

Nearly one in two accountants in Hong Kong earns HK$50,000 a month, according to the poll conducted by The Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) in March 2016. Demand for accountants has increased in recent years as the need for more manpower in compliance and risk management grew. (The South China Morning post, Aug 2016)  

 

Moreover, promoting investment and trade co-operation and financial integration are two of the five aspects the "One Belt, One Road" Initiative aims at. With many Chinese businesses “going out” and the increase of investment and merger acquisition activities generated by the Initiative, it is believed there will be a surge in demand for respective services, especially financial, investment and logistic services in Hong Kong.  (RESEARCH, HKTDC, 2015)

 

Program Length: 3 Years

 

Minimum Entry Requirements: 

  • Australian Year 12 ATAR: 50.2; or
  • IB: 24; or
  • HKDSE: 14-22; or
  • Completion of required Foundation or Diploma Program with required score; and
  • IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL Total 550 paper-based / 60 internet-based

 

2020 Tuition Fee: A$29,200 - A$45,000 per year

 

Universities offering Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) / Bachelor of Business (Accounting) / Bachelor of Accounting in Australia: