Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Banking)

Study Discipline: Business Administration
Study Programme Details
Country: Australia
Admission Sessions: Autumn Session, Spring Session
Study Format: Full Time, Part Time
Mode of Study: Fully on Site

Programme Type

Bachelor's degree


36 Months

Scholarship Available




About this Study Course

Embark on a dynamic academic journey with the Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Banking) at the University of Canberra. This program delves into the intricate realms of commerce, finance, and banking, offering a highly practical curriculum. Gain expertise in risk management, credit assessment, and the nuanced management of financial service risks. Engage with cutting-edge industry practices and explore the synthesis of theory and application in real-world scenarios.


Immerse yourself in the multifaceted world of commerce, finance, and banking through the Bachelor of Commerce program. Acquire a profound understanding of financial instruments such as shares, debentures, derivatives, and discounted cash flows. Enrich your learning experience with Work Integrated Learning (WIL) opportunities directly connected to the finance and banking industries. As you graduate, you will possess not only a robust knowledge of commerce but also a diverse set of professional skills, ensuring success in your chosen career path.

Admission Requirements

Secure admission to the Bachelor of Commerce (Finance and Banking) through various pathways:

  • Year 12 ATAR
  • Other Australian Qualifications
  • Work Experience
  • Overseas Qualification
  • Fulfill English Language Requirements with an IELTS Band score of 6, ensuring a seamless transition into this enriching academic experience.
  • Business Decision Making
  • Professional Orientation (Commerce)
  • Quantitative Methods in Commerce
  • Professional Evidence (Commerce)
  • Business Finance
  • Econometrics

The programme fee is $35,800 per year.

Future Career Outcomes

Upon completing this program, graduates can anticipate promising career trajectories. Possibilities include thriving in roles such as Financial Analysts, Investment Bankers, Risk Managers, Credit Analysts, and Wealth Managers. The interdisciplinary skills acquired during the program prepare individuals for dynamic and evolving challenges in the finance and banking sectors.

Visa Requirements:

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