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Jun
Micks Birthday Gathering
This is the birthday of our Deputy CEO Dr. Michael Seamer (Mick). We have organised a little but warm lunch gathering – with a wonderful time together in campus as […]
06
May
2021 May Intake Orientation
TIIS proudly welcomed 20 new students circa who are successfully in May Intake 2021. We made a promise to help and support them on their journeys. email us at: info@tiis.edu.au
29
Mar
Graduation Ceremony 2021
March 29, 2021 Today we have a Graduation Ceremony for graduates from 2018 to 2020. See below about the pictures we have snapped.
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For On campus students and Overseas students studying on a student visa

2020 Enrolment Key Dates and Census Dates

The following tables contain the orientation dates (0 week) for study periods throughout the year, the final dates for enrolments and the census dates for each study period. The census date is the last date by which a student is able to withdraw from a unit or course without academic penalty.

The following tables contain the orientation dates (0 week) for study periods throughout the year, the final dates for enrolments and the census dates for each study period. The census date is the last date by which a student is able to withdraw from a unit or course without academic penalty.

The following tables contain the orientation dates (0 week) for study periods throughout the year, the final dates for enrolments and the census dates for each study period. The census date is the last date by which a student is able to withdraw from a unit or course without academic penalty.

The following tables contain the orientation dates (0 week) for study periods throughout the year, the final dates for enrolments and the census dates for each study period. The census date is the last date by which a student is able to withdraw from a unit or course without academic penalty.

Trimester 1
10 February – 14 February Orientation Week
17 February to 8 May Teaching Dates
21 February Last Date to Enrol(Re enrolling Students)
28 February Last Date to Enrol(New Students)
6 March Census Date
15 May Final Teaching Date for Trimester 1 2020
12 June Result Released by
Trimester 2
10 February – 14 February Orientation Week
17 February to 8 May Teaching Dates
21 February Last Date to Enrol(Re enrolling Students)
28 February Last Date to Enrol(New Students)
6 March Census Date
15 May Final Teaching Date for Trimester 1 2020q
12 June Result Released by

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Master of Professional Accounting

Local Students

Completion of an undergraduate degree from a recognised Australian institution (or equivalent) OR Completion of a Graduate Certificate in Accounting from a recognised Australian institution (or equivalent)
Exclusions
Students who have an Australian undergraduate degree in accounting are not eligible for admission.

International Students

Completion of an undergraduate degree from a recognised institution OR Completion of a Graduate Certificate in Accounting from a recognised Australian institution (or equivalent)
Exclusions
Students who have an Australian undergraduate degree in accounting are not eligible for admission.
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      Payment of Fees

      First Trimester fees must be paid when accepting the OFFER of ENROLMENT. Second and Third Trimester fees must be paid according to the schedule outlined in the table below.

      MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING (ADVANCED)
      Course Tuition Fees*^
      Per Subject: $2,175
      Per Trimester: $8,700
      Total Course: $34,800
      MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING
      Course Tuition Fees*^
      Per Subject: $2,175
      Per Trimester: $8,700
      Total Course: $26,100
      GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING
      Course Tuition Fees*^
      Per Subject: $2,175
      Per Trimester: $8,700
      Total Course: $8,700

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      Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting

      The Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting (GCPA) is a four subject, one-trimester award, nested within the MPA. The GCPA can be used as an entry and/or exit qualification. Conceptually, the GCPA has been developed to provide graduates with the capacity to operate in a narrower range of business environments. The degree of independence will be more limited and the scope of activity constrained. GCPA graduates will manage business problems and provide advice in more restricted professional contexts. Typically they work under the supervision of a CPA.

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      For local students, the GCPA provides the opportunity for experienced paraprofessionals with further education (or similar) qualifications in accounting or a closely allied area, to enter into higher education at the graduate level. In this context, the GCPA has deemed a TIIS pathway program.
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      For international students, the GCPA also provides a short-term professional development opportunity and a graduate award exit point. However, it may also afford entry for those students whose undergraduate degrees do not meet the required standards for automatic entry. This entry point will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
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      For students who are enrolled in the MPA and choose to exit, or fail to satisfy course requirements, the satisfactory completion of the four subject GCPA provides those students with the option of receiving a formal graduate-level qualification.

      The Four Subjects Comprising The GCPA are Outlined Below:

      UNIT CODE Unit Name Credit Pts.
      TRIMESTER 1
      MPA501 Accounting Principles 6
      MPA502 Business and Company Law 6
      MPA503 Economics for Business 6
      MPA504 Business Finance 6
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      On successful completion of this subject students will be able to
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      MPA501: ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES
      1. Establish the purpose and importance of accounting; identify key users and uses of accounting information; and explain why accounting has a significant impact on business, social and ethical decisions.
      2. Identify, record, and process business transactions in the accounting system, and prepare financial statements to reflect financial performance, financial position and cash flows.
      3. Apply accounting principles, concepts and relevant accounting standards to prepare financial statements and reports.
      4. Examine and evaluate different accounting methods and explain possible motivations for the selection of an appropriate method.
      5. Employ financial ratios to evaluate a firm’s performance, financial position, and cash flow situation.
      6. Articulate effectively and professionally the findings of an analysis of ratios in a group report.
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      MPA502: BUSINESS AND COMPANY LAW
      1. Critically examine the foundations of Australian company law.
      2. Critically discuss and apply contract and tort law in business circumstances.
      3. Critically analyse the concept of corporate internal rules and management.
      4. Critically discuss and apply the legal framework that regulates a company’s dealings with outsiders.
      5. Analyse the interaction between members’ rights, directors’ duties and corporate governance.
      6. Analyse the procedures regarding external administration and winding up.
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      MPA503: ECONOMICS FOR BUSINESS
      1. Describe key microeconomic and macroeconomic concepts and theories.
      2. Apply knowledge of microeconomic models and examine how the interplay between cost and demand fundamentals determines profit-maximising decisions in the commercial world.
      3. Explain the manner in which macroeconomic concepts such as fiscal and monetary policy, business cycles, international trade and balance of payments determine overall levels of production and employment in the economy.
      4. Analyse real world examples such as the Global Financial Crisis to evaluate the effect of government interventions in shaping market structures and distribution of value in the international sphere.
      5. Explore current global and ethical issues and events through critical reading of economic literature, including media articles; and apply economic models and theories to review and formulate arguments concerning these issues.
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      MPA504: BUSINESS FINANCE
      1. Explain the fundamentals of financial objectives and decision-making in the contemporary business environment.
      2. Apply knowledge of the principles of financial markets, capital management and time value of money.
      3. Employ financial mathematical techniques (e.g. capital budgeting) to evaluate projects and make well-reasoned investment decisions.
      4. Explore the concept of market efficiency and the different types and implications of efficient market theory (EMF).

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      Other approved OSHC providers are Australian Health Management, BUPA Australia, Medibank Private, and NIB OSHC. The cost of health insurance cover will vary depending on the provider and for how long you purchase cover.

       

      Note: Students from Sweden who have purchased health insurance through CSN International or Kammarkollegiet will not need to purchase OSHC. Students from Belgium and Norway are not required to purchase OSHC as part of their visa requirements.

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      13 January – 27 March (weeks 1 – 12)
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