Guangzhou College of Commerce (GCC)

Credit for prior learning

The following Guangzhou College of Commerce courses have credit for prior learning available. Please select the course for further details.

Course details

Program year: 2020

Course: 2 + 2 Undergraduate Course (Investments)

Marks required for maximum credit exemption: Minimum average of 70% in all subjects

Maximum credit exemption: 48 credit points (1 year)

Course completed: No (first two years only - minimum of 35 subjects)


 Summary of course duration at UOW if maximum credit exemption granted

UOW courseUOW majorUOW FacultyNumber of years to completeSession of entry
Bachelor of Business* All single majors (excluding Accounting**) Faculty of Business and Law 2 years (96 credit points) Autumn and Spring
Bachelor of Business Administration* No majors available Faculty of Business and Law 2 years (96 credit points) Autumn and Spring

*Available from 2022 only.

**Due to professional accreditation requirements, Accounting major students will need to apply for a case-by-case assessment.

 

Maximum credit exemptions

Institution subject code and name***UOW subject codeUOW subject nameCredit points

0613001 - Fundamentals of Computer Application

1100210 - Microeconomics

1100013 - Money and Banking

1100211 - Macroeconomics

1100191 - Mathematics in Economics

1100005 - An Introduction to Accounting

1100008 - An Introduction to Statistics

1100014 - Financial Market

1100140 - Investment Banking

1100002 - Principles of Management

ACCY111 Accounting Fundamental in Society 6
COMM121 Statistics for Business 6
ECON100 Economic Essentials for Business 6
FIN111 Introductory Principles of Finance 6
MGNT110 Principles of Management 6
Unspecified credit @ 100 level 

18
Maximum credit points 48

***Students must have completed the above listed subjects to receive the credit transfer.

 

Course details

Program year: 2020

Course: 2 + 2 Undergraduate Course (Marketing)

Marks required for maximum credit exemption: Minimum average of 70% in all subjects

Maximum credit exemption: 48 credit points (1 year)

Course completed: No (first two years only - minimum of 35 subjects)


Summary of course duration at UOW if maximum credit exemption granted

UOW courseUOW majorUOW FacultyNumber of years to completeSession of entry
Bachelor of Business* All single majors (excluding Accounting**) Faculty of Business and Law 2 years (96 credit points) Autumn and Spring
Bachelor of Business Administration* No Majors available Faculty of Business and Law 2 years (96 credit points) Autumn and Spring

*Available from 2022 only.

**Due to professional accreditation requirements, Accounting major students will need to apply for a case-by-case assessment.

 

Maximum credit exemptions

Institution subject code and name***Uow subject codeUOW subject nameCredit points

0613001 - Fundamentals of Computer Application

0403034 - Mathematics in Economics I

0400008 - Western Economics I

0400001 - Principles of Management

0403035 - Mathematics in Economics II

0400009 - Western Economics II

0400122 - Marketing

0403008 - Introduction to E-Commerce

0400036 - Principles of Statistics

0400106 - Internet Marketing

0403085 - Consumer Behaviour

COMM121 Statistics for Business 6
ECON100 Economic Essentials for Business 6
MARK101 Marketing Principles 6
MARK217 Consumer Behaviour 6
MGNT110 Principles of Management 6
Unspecified credit @ 100 level

18
Maximum credit points 48

***Students must have completed the above listed subjects to receive the credit transfer.

Additional course requirements

Additional information regarding course requirements, areas of major study and double majors can be found in the UOW Course Handbook.


English language requirements

Further information regarding UOW English language requirements and additional course information can be found under additional entry requirements.

The information contained on this website is a guide only and is subject to change according to any amendments to the curriculum of the University of Wollongong or the institutions listed on this website. You will be advised of your eligibility for admission and for credit exemption after receipt of your formal application in your formal letter of offer.