The Graduate Certificate in Taxation is designed for taxation specialists and practitioners wanting to gain deeper tax knowledge and advanced professional skills.
The program may also be suitable, if you do not meet the entry requirements, as a pathway into the Master of Taxation or the Master of Applied Taxation.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
Identify and apply current knowledge and professional practice in taxation law in a business context.
Produce written and oral presentations that communicate complex ideas and information in relation to taxation law effectively for the intended audience and purpose.
Participate collaboratively and reasonably in teams, will reflect on your teamwork, on the team’s processes and the team’s ability to achieve outcomes.
Identify and assess ethical and social implications of taxation law as applied in the business context.
The Graduate Certificate in Taxation consists of 4 courses:
Note: If you have not completed a university level course of study in taxation as part of your undergraduate degree, you may be required to complete a qualifying course prior to admission to the Graduate Certificate in Taxation (TABL5901).
Choose four elective courses from the following:
TABL5503 Taxation of Corporations (6 UOC)
TABL5505 Taxation of Trusts (6 UOC)
TABL5510 Taxation of Superannuation (6 UOC)
TABL5515 Taxation of Capital Gains (6 UOC)
TABL5520 Principles of Aust Intern´l Tx (6 UOC)
TABL5523 Principles of GST Law (6 UOC)
TABL5525 Tax of Employee Remuneration (6 UOC)
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