UNSW Bachelor of Commerce most sought after in NSW
Thursday, 21 January 2010
The Bachelor of Commerce program at the Australian School of Business is the most sought after program in NSW for prospective undergraduate Commerce students according to recently released data from the Universities Admission Centre (UAC).
The Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) cutoffs reveal strong demand for all programs at the Australian School of Business at UNSW despite the global economic downturn, with an increase in the entry cut-off for the
Bachelor of Commerce program to 96.
Professor Mark Uncles, Associate Dean Undergraduate at the Australian School of Business, said it is pleasing the global downturn has not cut demand for these programs.
"This shows students are taking a longer-run perspective, and recognise the value of a business degree across different disciplines and areas of professional and economic activity," said Professor Uncles.
The ATAR results confirm the Australian School of Business as the destination of choice for undergraduate studies in commerce in NSW.
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