Course at a glance
The Faculty of Arts, Business and Law includes the School of Business, School of Communication and Creative Industries, School of Social Sciences and USC Law School. Research centres include Sustainability Research Centre, Forest Industries Research Centre, and Tropical Forests and People Research Centre.
The majority of our students have the chance to undertake internships, practicums or overseas study. Our graduates are career ready, with a broad knowledge base and industry experience.
We offer study in accounting, business, counselling, creative industries, design, journalism, languages, law, marketing, property economics, psychology, social work, regional and urban planning, tourism and many other areas.
4,800+ students | 100 programs | 130+ academics and professional staff | A$7m+ in research funding
- School of Business
- School of Communication and Creative Industries
- School of Social Sciences
- USC Law School
CourseThere is strong demand for qualified financial planners with Australian government regulation changes and increased demand to achieve the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERå¨credential. Our program is a pathway into the CFPå¨ Certificationpro
For more information on admission and entry, check the following link. http://www.usc.edu.au/learn/international-students/steps-to-study/step-2-check-entry-requirements
IELTS 6.5+ Each Band 6.0+, TOEFL PBT 575 with minimum essay score of 4, IBT 85 with minimum score of 21 in writing and 20 in all other sections, PTE 64 with no communicative scores less than 58, CAE before 2015: 58 with no less than borderline in each skill, CPE before 2015: score 45 or above, CAE/CPE after 2015: 177 or above with no less than 169 in each skill.
If you would like to study in Australia at a university or tertiary level then you may be eligible for the Higher Education Sector Visa (subclass 573) or Postgraduate Research Sector Visa (subclass 574). If your intention is to study a non-award foundation studies course or components of a course (other than English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students) that does not lead to an award then the Non Award Sector visa (subclass 575) may suit your needs. For those who intend to come to Australia to undertake English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) the Independent ELICOS Sector visa (subclass 57) provides this option. In some cases it is possible to package your studies on the one visa subclass. For more information please see Course packaging. Eligible student visa applicants from participating education providers may also be able to apply for Streamlined student visa processing. If you have finished your studies and wish to work in Australia temporarily, please see Post-study work arrangements or our Working visas. ; See more at http://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Stud
For alterantive entry procedures, follow the link. http://www.usc.edu.au/connect/work-at-usc/staff/engaged/dimension-5-widening-participation-equality-and-diversity/alternative-entry
OP - 16 / Rank - 64