Undergraduate Program
Bachelor of Accounting

Accredited by CPA Australia, the Institute of Public Accountants and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, your Bachelor of Accounting is available as a fast-track option to get you qualified sooner.

Undergraduate Program
Bachelor of Accounting

Accredited by CPA Australia, the Institute of Public Accountants and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, your Bachelor of Accounting is available as a fast-track option to get you qualified sooner.

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DURATION

3 years full-time. Fast-track option available

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

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SUBJECTS

24 subjects to complete.

CAMPUS

233 Castlereagh, Sydney NSW

Course Structure
Award
Bachelor of Accounting
AQF Level
Upon completion this award is recognised in the Australian Qualifications Framework at Level 7.
Course Code
062949M
Units of Study
24
Bachelor of Accounting
Course Fees

Tuition Fees 2021

 To view the price list for Undergraduate click here 

 

Ancillary Fees

Item Fee ($AUD)
Enrolment Fee (International Students) $200.00
Deferral Fee $100.00
Course Extension Fee $100.00
Supplementary Exam Fee (per subject) $250.00
Student Card Replacement $20.00
Replacement: UBSS Testamur – collected from GCA $30.00
Replacement: UBSS Testamur – local mail $40.00
Replacement: UBSS Testamur – international mail $50.00
Replacement: UBSS AHEGS Statement – collected from GCA $30.00
Replacement: UBSS AHEGS Statement  – local mail $40.00
Replacement: UBSS AHEGS Statement  – international mail $50.00
Late Payment of Tuition Fees Fine:  UBSS (post census date) $250.00
Replacement Commonwealth Assistance Notice (CAN) (UBSS Fee-Help Students) $20.00
Academic Dress Hire (for attendance at UBSS graduation ceremonies (non-refundable for non-attendance) $100.00
Confirmation of enrolment (CoE) Fee See below


Confirmation Of Enrolment (CoE) Fee

What is a CoE Fee?

The Student’s CoE Fee consists of two (2) components mainly

  1. All Providers registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses (CRICOS) are required, under Section 23 of the Education and Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 ( the ESOS Act) and Section 8 of the Education Services for Overseas Students ( Registration Charges ) Act 1997, to pay an Annual.  Registration Charge (ARC). The ARC comprises a base fee, a fee for each course registered on CRICOS plus a student enrolment component. This is calculated on the total number of enrolments of overseas students on student visas in each course provided.
  2. Administrative and processing costs of maintaining the accuracy and completeness of the Commonwealth Government’s Provider Registration and International Students Management System ( PRISMS).
  • All prices are quoted in Australian Dollars ($AUD) and are inclusive of GST where applicable. Course availability is subject to minimum numbers. The enrolment fee is non-refundable.
  • Please see GCA Refund Policy for full details.

1. All international enrolments attract an initial CoE fee.
2. Changes to the enrolment will incur a CoE processing fee under the following circumstances;

  • deferment requests
  • course extension requests
  • re-enrolment after non-commencement of studies
  • re-enrolment after a student discontinued for:
    • non-payment of fees​
    • unsatisfactory academic progress
    • academic or general misconduct​

3. The CoE fee is based on the duration of the CoE. As a guide

  • If course duration is 2 years then $65.00
  • If course duration is 3 years then $97.50

All fees can be paid by: BPAY (preferred), Bank Transfer, PayPal, PayPal Credit Card and Credit Card (MasterCard & Visa only) (in keeping with best industry practices no cash payments will be accepted). For full details please click here.

 

Entry Requirements

Domestic Students

If you are a domestic student you can apply online direct to UBSS.  Our friendly student service assistants will get back to you within 2 working days to discuss your eligibility. For domestic students there are four new entry pathways into your UBSS course:

  • Recent High School Leaver with ATAR (within 2 years) 
  • Transfer from other universities 
  • VET study pathway 
  • Work and life experience

 

International Students

For complete entry requirements to Bachelor of Accounting, please read the UBSS Course Admissions Policy
(Undergraduate Courses, Section 5.2 page 6).
Please view the link below.

UBSS Course Admissions Policy

How to apply

All course and enrolment inquiries are handed by the Admissions Centre. To apply for any course at UBSS complete our application form

Before submitting your application form please ensure that:

  • You have selected the course you want to study
  • You have selected the date you would like to start.
  • You have certified electronic copies of your personal identification documents, academic certificate of completion and academic transcripts. 


Letter of Offer

You will be contacted by one of our friendly admissions staff after submitting your application. Successful applicants will receive a letter of offer from the admissions centre which includes your course information and course fees.

Accepting Offer

If you have received an unconditional offer you can accept straight away by logging into the UBSS student portal  to accept your offer.

If you have received a conditional offer, this usually means you need to send us more documents or talk to the admissions staff on the details provided on the conditional letter of offer, to show you meet the minimum academic requirements to enter UBSS. This should be done at your earliest convenience.

International Students

If you are an international student, a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) will be issued upon receiving your fees. The CoE is required if you are outside Australia and intend to apply for a student visa. Please be aware that the processing of your visa may take 6 weeks or more.

Study Intake Dates UBSS has three (3) intake dates per year, which provide flexibility for new students. Each trimester accepts new students at UBSS. New student applications should be received at least one week prior to the commencement date for each trimester.

UBSS trimester commencement dates are in:

  • Trimester 1: January
  • Trimester 2: April - May
  • Trimester 3: August

 

For specific academic calendar details please visit: https://www.ubss.edu.au/academic-calendar/

New students are to ensure they are available to attend the orientation prior to the commencement of trimester.

Bachelor of Accounting
Career Opportunities
General Applied Finance Human Resources Marketing
Project/Operations Manager Finance Officer/Manager HR Officer/Manager Marketing Coordinator
General Manager Corporate Treasury Staff Recruitment Social media & online marketing
Management consulting Entrepreneur Staff development & performance Marketing planning/strategy
Entrepreneur   Entrepreneur Entrepreneur
    Workplace/industrial relations Advertising
    HR Project Management Events/facilities/project management
    HR Policy Development Communications

 

CPA and CA Accreditation

The CPA and CA accredits the Bachelor or Accounting course, and this accreditation is dependent on you completing  all accounting subjects that the CPA and CA has identified as covering all core competencies for its accreditation. These subjects are detailed in the Bachelor of Accounting course structure (marked with a *) and must be completed to obtain CPA and CA accreditation for your course.

If you do not complete all of these CPA and CA required subjects, then your degree will not be recognised by the CPA CA. 

Note: 'completion' means that you either a) enrolled in the CPA CA subject and completed it at UBSS, or b) were granted an exemption (credit transfer) by UBSS staff based on previous study that covered the same subject content at a comparable level. 

 

Further explanation is provided in the UBSS Academic Policies & Procedures manual. Note that CPA accreditation means that when you graduate (having completed the core competencies and 24 subjects of the Bachelor of Accounting degree), you will be eligible for Associate Membership status with the CPA.

To obtain membership status (and put CPA after your name), you will be also required to complete the CPA professional program after graduation.

Details are on the CPA Australia website

Choose the industry accredited accounting degree

Learn skills from specialised academics and industry professionals across business accounting, IT for accounting, business communication, taxation law, corporate accounting and more.

A fast-track option is available provided students enrol in twelve (12) subjects per year (includes Optional trimester).  International students must enrol in a full-time study load across the three trimesters to ensure they complete within their CoE period.

This degree may be completed in 2 years full-time where Credit Transfer is granted for up to twelve subjects for relevant prior study or as agreed with academic leadership. 

Year 1

Trimester 1

Subject CodeSubject NameCredit Points
BAP12 Accounting for Business 3
BAS22 Advanced Business Communication 3
BAC11 Information Technology for Accountants 3
BAC21 Quantitative Methods 3
Year 1

Trimester 2

Subject CodeSubject NameCredit Points
BBM265 Organisation Behavior 3
BAP53 Corporate Finance 3
BAP11 Principals of Accounting 3
BAS11 Business Economics 3
Year 2

Trimester 1

Subject CodeSubject NameCredit Points
BBC131 Business Law 3
BAP22 Management Accounting 3
BAP61 Stakeholder Values & Ethics 3
BAP62 Issues in Financial Reporting 3
Year 2

Trimester 2

Subject CodeSubject NameCredit Points
BAS51 Dimensions of the Knowledge Society 3
BAC31 Company and Associations Law 3
BAP71 Accounting Information Systems 3
BAP31 Taxation Law and Practice 1 3
Year 3

Trimester 1

Subject CodeSubject NameCredit Points
BAP51 Taxation Law and Practice 2 3
BAC51 Cost Management 3
BBM310 Innovation and Entrepreneurship 3
BAP32 Corporate Accounting 3
Year 3

Trimester 2

Subject CodeSubject NameCredit Points
BAC61 Capstone Project 3
BAP61 Auditing & Assurance 3
BAP42 Financial Statements & Investment Analysis 3
BAP21 Financial Accounting Theory 3