The UNSW Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) is a cutting-edge business degree developed in conjunction with industry to ensure you are one of Australia's most employable graduates. Here, you can take part in UNSW BCom-specific activities such as classroom instruction and boardroom experience.
In your first year, you'll learn business principles and begin building a portfolio to demonstrate your abilities to potential employers. Also, you can broaden your knowledge by focusing on a major, and you'll hone your skills with guaranteed industry learning experience.
What you will Study
The Bachelor of Commerce is a three-year degree program that consists of 24 courses.
This course contains:
Commerce Integrated First-Year courses
One Commerce major
Free electives or second Commerce major
General education courses (choose from other faculties)
Also, there are professional development courses and experiences:
Mandatory Work-Integrated Learning – focuses on such things as an internship or business practicum.
Final Year Synthesis – Synthesize your learning by applying and integrating the knowledge and skills you have acquired.
Human Resource Management
Innovation, Strategy, and Entrepreneurship
Students will employ discipline or professional knowledge effectively in local and global business.
Students will apply critical thinking and analysis to define and solve business challenges.
Students will harness, manage, and disseminate company information utilizing various methods.
Students will interact and work successfully to attain a business objective or complete a business project, and critically reflect on the process and results.
Students will learn about and practice appropriate business thinking and strategies based on professional ethics and environmental concerns.
Students will understand and respect others' cultural norms, beliefs, and values and utilize this knowledge to engage, communicate, and operate effectively in a range of settings.
Students will learn to take initiative, think ahead, and be creative while influencing others.
Our Bachelor of Commerce gives you the skills you need to be a long-term success in business by teaching you skills that can be used in any business. Graduates of UNSW go on to pursue rewarding careers in a wide range of professions, including:
Customer Experience Officer
Cyber Security Analyst
Digital Innovation Officer
Human Resource Consultant
Your eligibility for this degree is determined by your Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) or an equivalent rank derived from the following:
Australian interstate Year 12 qualifications (e.g., OP rank)
New Zealand, NCEA Level 3
Equivalent overseas qualifications, e.g., International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, GCE A-Levels
Post-secondary or tertiary qualifications
An alternative entry qualification
UNSW undergraduate entry requirements include a high school diploma or equivalent, UNSW Foundation Studies, UNSW Diploma, prior study recognition, and university transfer.
English Language Requirements:
IELTS: 7.0 overall (min. 6.0 in each subtest);
TOEL IBT (Internet Based): 94 overall (min. 25 in writing, 23 in reading, listening, and speaking)
Tuition Fee and Scholarships:
Commonwealth Supported Places - Student Contribution Band 4
2022 Indicative First Year Full Fee - $14,260*
The following fees are a rough estimate of the average and only include tuition; other fees and levies are not included.
Each year, UNSW awards approximately $83 million in scholarships. We recognize brilliance and welcome students from all backgrounds. No matter where you live, our scholarships, prizes, and awards can help you achieve your goals.