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Credit Transfer Details


Hunan University

External Course

Bachelor of Accounting

University of Canberra Course

Bachelor of Accounting (182JA.2)


  • Arrangement Start Date: 19/01/2017
  • Arrangement End Date: 19/01/2020

Relevant Information

Eligibility: Completion of 2 years Accounting study at Hunan University including the subjects below:

Hunan Units

Business Economics (credit for 6355)

Management (credit for 4207)

Financial Accounting 1 & 2; Management Accounting 1 & 2 (credit for 5617)

Students must have an IELTS (Academic) equivalent of 6.0 (no bandscore below 5.5) for direct entry to the Bachelor. Students with an IELTS of 5.5 (no bandscore below 5.0) must complete the following UCC units prior to the Bachelor:

  • Academic English (6695)
  • Info Systems in Organisations (6348)
  • Business Statistics (5123)
  • Intro to Business Law (4977)

Credit Overview

36 credit points of advanced standing out of 72 credit points.

Credit Detail (units)

University of Canberra Unit NameUnit CodeCredit Points
Academic English66953
Accounting for Managers56173
Business Statistics51233
Information Systems in Organisations63483
Introduction to Business Law49773
Introduction to Economics63553
Introduction to Management42073

Note: Credit for UCC units 6695, 6348, 5123 & 4977 is only granted to students who undertake their studies at UCC.

Credit Detail (unspecified)

DescriptionYearCredit Points
Unspecified Credit215

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