Graduate Certificate in Taxation

Curtin University

This specialised foundation level program is aimed primarily at commerce graduates who are seeking further qualifications and/or continuing professional development and who are: practitioners in public or private practice; taxation officers in the Australian Taxation Office or related departments (e.g. Treasury); corporate accountants, financial planners and advisers requiring specialist taxation qualifications; or members of the legal profession who are seeking specialist taxation qualification.

Course Fee:

Australian: $13,500
International: $14,700

Entry Requirements:

Appropriate degree from a recognised tertiary institution or equivalent and/or relevant work experience

Structure:

This course is made up of 100 credit points, 4 core units in total.

Subjects you can Study:

Taxation

Study Pathways:

Credit for Recognised Learning may be granted upon application to students who have successfully completed studies that are considered by Curtin University to be equivalent to the units forming part of the program. Credits may be available for candidates who have completed the Certified Practising Accountants (CPA) or Chartered Accountants (CA) programs as well as courses offered by the Tax institute. All credits are subject to consideration and verification of original documentation, including results transcripts and other supporting information.

Further information:

Curtin Course Code: GC-TAXATN

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 00301J

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Bentley - main campus No info Yes Online 0.5 year
Bentley - main campus No info Yes Full time 0.5 year
Bentley - main campus No info Yes Part time 1 year

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