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Accounting is often referred to as the language of business. Understanding this language means that accountants hold the privileged position of being key contributors to a business’ success. Armed with such skills, accountants can apply their knowledge in any number of dynamic industries.
Macquarie’s highly competitive Accounting Co-op program enables you to understand the challenges and issues facing the world and the accounting profession at present. You’ll alternate between classroom studies and workplace experience in the form of three placements of three to six months each. You’ll develop networks across a number of professional settings throughout your degree, and use your practical experiences in the classroom to further enhance your studies. You’ll also have the opportunity to choose from six majors, which will provide you with the skills required for the workforces of the future.
Business intelligence, cybersecurity governance studies, entrepreneurship and innovation, international business studies.
Accountant, auditor, business or venture analyst, consultant, financial institution manager, forensic accountant, government adviser, merchant banker and stockbroker.
This degree satisfies tertiary educational requirements for entry into the CPA Australia CPA program, the CA ANZ CA program, the ACCA professional program and the IPA program.
Three paid industry placements of three to six months each – which will develop your professional skills and networks – are available across a range of professional settings.
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Application and interview: To be considered for admission to this highly competitive degree, you must also submit an application directly to Macquarie University.
Applications open on Monday 4 April 2022 and close on Thursday 15 September 2022 at 5pm.
If your application is shortlisted, you’ll be invited to attend an interview. You’ll be assessed on both academic merit (desirable minimum selection rank of 95.00) and an assessment of your ability to benefit from the available industry placements (communication, leadership and teamwork). If you’re expecting an ATAR of 90.00 or above, you’re strongly encouraged to apply.
Assumed knowledge: Mathematics Standard 2, or equivalent. If you don't have the assumed knowledge you’re advised to include a mathematics or quantitative methods elective unit in your first year of study.
Recommended studies: Mathematics Advanced, or equivalent.
View all details of this degree on the Macquarie University website.
Use all ATAR profile data as a guide only; it provides a broad overview of the ATARs and selection ranks of previous Year 12 students admitted into that course. ATARs and selection ranks required for entry in 2022 may be different. If you are unsure about including a course among your preferences, contact the relevant institution.
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Naming of awards
The degrees (awards) offered by Macquarie University are set out in the Macquarie University Handbook. Students who qualify for a degree that is structured around majors will have the name/s of the major/s included on their testamur.