Bachelor of Commerce

University of Melbourne

Student rating (3.91) from 144 reviews


Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
10,958 Annual Fees (Domestic)
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Commerce will provide you with the knowledge and technical skills you need to drive your career. It is a flexible course that builds foundation business skills and allows you to explore your options before settling on a path of study. You can wait until the beginning of second year to choose a major, or start specialising in a particular discipline on your first day at university. Depending on your subject choices, you can complete a double major within a three-year degree. You can also complete a breadth sequence in engineering, property or construction as part of the Bachelor of Commerce.

You'll have access to a range of activities that complement what you learn in the classroom. You can participate in a case study competition, join a student society, be advised by a peer or career mentor, network with government and industry leaders, consult for organisations in Melbourne and overseas, or work on a community project you are passionate about.

Accounting, Actuarial studies, Business, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing.


Accounting, Corporate finance, Government, Management consulting, Merchant banking, Project management, Trading.

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