3.33 out of 5 from 6 reviews
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Real-world experiences are at the heart of the Bachelor of Commerce. This degree develops your analytical, communication and problem-solving skills, providing you with a global perspective on business and preparing you to pursue a career within the business, government or not-for-profit sectors. Learn from leading academics, develop high-level industry networks and graduate with a degree that can take you anywhere in the world. UWA's internationally accredited Business School celebrates strong links with the business community, allowing you insight into leading industry practice. Whether you're hearing from an industry guest lecturer, attending a career event, receiving an industry-sponsored scholarship or attending an exclusive lunch with corporate executives, you can confidently apply your skills in real-world situations. And, with a multitude of Business School student societies, you can attend professional development, networking and social events, all while taking part in a student-managed investment fund, leading a social entrepreneurship project or launching your own start-up enterprise.


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Average ratings for Bachelor of Commerce University of Western Australia - UWA based on 6 reviews
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Student Reviews

August 2018
Year completed 2015

Positives: Beautiful campus, good tutors, world class lecturers

Negatives: Expensive, some material was outdated, not much application to real world

My advice to future students is: Do vacation work, do volunteering work

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June 2018
Year completed 2017

Positives: uwa social life is great. My course was very fun, i love what i studied.

Negatives: Not enough practical experience/exposure/skill development. It was too theory based. Many of the lecturers were hard to understand. I felt at many times UWA is quite traditional, and taking an out dated approach to education.


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June 2018
Year completed 2018

Positives: Meets the standards required for CA / CPA status.

Negatives: 2%-5% of the material learnt is useful for future accountants. Doesn't meet the skills and demands of future accountants.

My advice to future students is: Source internships, relevant experience and marketable skills elsewhere. The current curriculu...

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April 2018
Year completed 2017

Positives: Interesting, some practical components, networks

Negatives: Some bad lecturers, some assignments not well thought out enough

My advice to future students is: Make the most out of opportunities to apply your knowledge

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March 2018
Year completed 2019

Having done a study abroad in the US recently, I can notice the marked difference in the education quality between UWA and UPenn. The commerce course here is quite shallow with very little emphasis on practical case study material or investigate research into actual businesses/economies. The lectures are not very stimulating ...

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March 2018
Year completed 2016

The networking and people you meet along the way to be able to help you later on in life and with your career. There was as much or as little extra curricular activities to further ones studies as well.

If you aren't on campus and using the facilities all the time it as easy to fall out of the loop...

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