Study accounting in Australia programs provide opportunities to develop skills in the area of accounting that can be applied in many different situations. The Australian Universities guide can be used to locate a program provider to meet your needs and this can be used by both local and international students wanting information about studying accounting in Australia either domestically or as part of a study abroad Australia program.
What is accounting?
Accounting is often called the language of the business. Accounting is a system for the delivery of financial information. It involves the recording of transactions and preparation of the financial statements, along with financial statement analysis regarding financial health of firms. Accountants are tasked with ensuring that events have been accurately recorded and that the financial statements accurately reflect the financial condition of the business.
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Certificate IV in Business/ Accounting
Diploma of Business/ Accounting
Advance Diploma of Business/ Accounting
Bachelor of Commerce/Accounting
Master of Accounting/ Business administration
General Eligibility Criteria for Accounting Courses:
Offer Letter from the selected university
A valid passport
English Language Proficiency Certificates (IELTS 6.5 overall score with no score lower than 6.0 in each component or PTE Academic score 58 with no score lower than 50 in each component)
Evidence of sufficient funds for the duration of course of study
Evidence of Overseas Students Health Cover
All other relevant documents required by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection
Eligibility requirements may vary depending upon the profile of the candidate. Feel free to contact ASO for a free consultation.
Professional Year Program
Formally known as the Skilled Migration Internship Program – Accounting (SMIPA) and developed by CPA Australia, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and the Institute of Public Accountants. The program consists of training and an accounting internship placement designed to improve the career prospects of international accounting graduates from Australian universities.
Graduates of Accounting and Finance in Australian universities have great advantage in future career. Moreover, a program called Professional Year helps accounting students to build the gap between study and employment in Australia. Successful candidates have great opportunities to work in Australia’s big accounting firms such as Ernst& Young and Deloitte as well as small and medium-sized businesses, corporations, government, education providers or non-profit organisations.The training in Australia is well established. It will be useful and helpful for seeking future career in all over the world after receiving either a certificate, diploma or a degree of business from Australia.