Tuition fee (local)
Tuition fee (foreign)
- Applicants require a recognised undergraduate degree (or equivalent qualification) in taxation, law or commerce, with a credit average, as determined by the Australian School of Business.
- For those applicants who did not complete a university level course of study in taxation as part of their undergraduate degree, they may be required to complete a qualifying course prior to admission to postgraduate studies.
English Requirements for International Students
- ILETS: 6.5 overall (minimum 6.0)
- TOEFL: 577 overall (min. 5.0 in TWE) or Internet based; 90 overall (min.23 in writing, 22 in reading, listening and speaking)
- Pearson test for English: 64 overall (min. 54 in each subtest)
- CPE: B grade
- CAE: A grade
- The International Taxation specialisation offers both basic and advanced international taxation knowledge and advanced professional skills in the practical application of international tax;
- The Taxation and Financial Planning specialisation provides a multi-disciplinary (taxation, law and business) education in financial planning and personal wealth accumulation. The specialisation is suitable for graduates seeking a career in this area, whether in private professional practice, in commerce or in government service;
- The Revenue Administration specialisation is suitable for graduates currently working in revenue authorities or related agencies (in particular developing and transitional economies in the Pacific, Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe