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The Master of Professional Accounting is an internationally recognised qualification and offers a pathway towards professional accreditation. You will develop a comprehensive understanding of accounting principles while improving your critical thinking, analytical and corporate governance skills.
As a Master of Professional Accounting graduate you can typically expect to find employment as a business risk manager, external auditor and assurance specialist, financial analyst, insolvency and reconstruction specialist, internal auditor, management consultant, taxation specialist or treasurer.
All students applying to study at Kaplan Business School must satisfy the entry requirements for the desired course.
Domestic entry requirements
Successful completion of Year 12 OR equivalent (Minimum ATAR of 55 or equivalent)
ALTERNATIVE ENTRY PATHWAYS
The below list outlines some of these pathways. Students should review the relevant information to determine if these pathways are applicable for entry into their chosen course.
Mature Age Students
If you are aged 21 years or over, you may be eligible to apply for mature age entry. School results, TAFE or VET qualifications, work experience and other informal study may be accepted in support of your application.
The minimum age for entry into a Kaplan Business School course is 18 years.
Cancellations and Refunds
To view our Changes of Enrolment Policy and International Student Refund Policy, visit our School Policies page.
The Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) provides a national ranking that indicates a student’s position relative to all the students in their year group.
International entry requirements
As an international student, you will have to meet the International Entry Requirements (English and Academic) as outlined below.
- ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
- ENGLISH ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
- ALTERNATIVE ENTRY PATHWAYS
- ELICOS DIRECT ENTRY ARRANGEMENTS