Accounting is not just about crunching numbers. Accountants seek to improve the economic wealth and welfare of stakeholders by identifying, analysing & communicating relevant information to enable informed decision making to take place about a business.

It is a broad and dynamic discipline that analyses how an organisation uses its tangible and intangible resources and provides the information that organisations need to make decisions on deployment of those resources efficiently and effectively.

Business interacts with a vast network of stakeholders including shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers, competitors, governments and the communities in which they operate. Each is affected economically by the strategies, operations and financial performance of a business.


Study Accounting and for professional recognition as a qualified accountant, or for a variety of management roles.


Provides additional training for small groups of high achievers with an interest in accounting research.


Get professional accreditation as an accountant, or develop professional skills for a career in financial management.


A Doctor of Philosophy Accounting is your opportunity to make an original and significant contribution to knowledge in accounting.

Co-op Scholarship

The Co-op Program provides financial support and industry training to selected undergraduate students

Careers in accounting

Employers value the business skills accounting graduates can bring to an organisation