South China Agricultural University
Economics & Management International Program
University of Canberra courseBachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) (MGB305)
Arrangement start date: 12/11/2019
Arrangement end date: 12/11/2022
To be eligible for this credit arrangement, students must successfully complete the first two (2) years of study in the Economics & Management International Program at South China Agricultural University.
No unspecified credit can be awarded towards MGB305 as it has a double major (SM0032 Specialist Major in Accounting & Finance - 48 credit points).
12 credit points of advanced standing out of 72 credit points.
Typical study pattern
UC - Canberra, Bruce
Important information about applying for credit transfer
- Please ensure that an official transcript of results (original or certified copy) is attached to your application.
- You should not register in the units for which you are seeking credit.
- You can apply for this credit transfer before completing your current course, please note down the reference code and include this on the credit transfer screen within your application.
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