The UWSCollege Diploma in Business and Commerce aims to produce students who are fully prepared for study in the University of Western Sydney (UWS) Bachelor of Business and Commerce with a sample of business units that allows for a well-informed choice of your professional focus at university.
The Diploma in Business and Commerce provides you with a broad range of business knowledge and skills that prepare you for second year of your degree at UWS.
|Available to:||Domestic and international||Domestic and international||Domestic|
|CRICOS Code:||063566G||063565G||To come|
Bankstown — 729508|
Nirimba — 729501
Bankstown — 729507|
Nirimba — 729500
Bankstown — To come
|Duration:||2 terms — 8 months full-time||3 terms — 12 months full-time||4 terms — 16 months full-time|
Bankstown — June |
Nirimba — Feb, June
Bankstown — Feb |
Nirimba — Feb
Bankstown — Feb, Oct |
Nirimba — Feb
|ATAR*:||55||50||Open Access (non-credential/no ATAR)|
|English entry requirements:||IELTS 6.0 (min 5.5 in each band)/EAP 4||IELTS 6.0 (min 5.5 in each band)/EAP 4||IELTS 6.0 (min 5.5 in each band)/EAP 4|
|Fees:||Domestic and international||Domestic and international||Domestic and international|
|Study mode:||Full-time||Full-time or part-time||Full-time or part-time|
* Entry scores are indicative only. Other factors may be taken into consideration.
Successful completion** of this Diploma grants you entry into the second year of study in the following bachelor's degrees at UWS:
** For successful completion of your Diploma at UWSCollege, you will need a 50% pass rate in all required units. This enables you to proceed to UWS with advanced standing equivalent to one year of the corresponding UWS bachelor's degree.
# Students interested in undertaking further study or a double degree at UWS in Law will need to select the corresponding elective and achieve a credit average to be guaranteed a place in the second year of the UWS Bachelor of Laws (Non-graduate entry) or Bachelor of Business and Commerce/Bachelor of Laws double degree.
For more information regarding unit and course descriptions, refer to the UWS Handbook.