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Business (Property) (Pathway to Master of Finance (Global Investment and Trade))

University of South Australia

36 months
32600 AUD/year
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This 3+1 Business (Property) (Pathway to Master of Finance (Global Investment and Trade)) program from University of South Australia allows you to fast-track your career by completing an undergraduate and postgraduate degree in just four years. 


The Bachelor of Business (Property) is the longest-running degree of its type in Australia, and the only one of its kind in South Australia. You will learn about property investment, development, valuation, management, agency and property research. 

As a property professional you will gather and analyse information to help you make informed decisions and offer practical advice about the use and management of property. In your postgraduate studies, you will be equipped with the skills to manage critical issues facing global trade, and international business and finance.

This Business (Property) (Pathway to Master of Finance (Global Investment and Trade)) program from University of South Australia will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the interconnections between institutions and global financial markets, as well as the implications of changing regulation and policy.

Using state-of-the-art market simulation programs in our Iress Trading Room on campus, you will gain hands-on experience and further understand the intricacies behind international investment. You can also choose to enhance your business consulting skills and experience through a professional placement in Australia or overseas.

What you'll learn

The degree starts with core courses in areas such as analytics, accounting and economic theory. These will give you a solid grasp of business fundamentals that you can apply to a range of careers. 

In your specialisation you will focus on property valuation, development and investment. Specific areas include building evaluation, planning and land use, property law and economics, property practice, investment and development, and entrepreneurship.

In your postgraduate studies, you will study core courses in business and global investment and trade and select from specialised courses such as Behavioural Finance, International Business: Strategy and Ethics, and Applied Research in Finance.

Your career

Our quality teaching and experiences beyond the classroom will ensure you graduate career ready.

Careers to consider:

  • Trade finance specialist: developing and reviewing trade finance guidelines and policies; identifying risk and developing models to safeguard against losses
  • Economic adviser: understanding and interpreting public policy issues; undertaking research, analysing data and identifying trends and wider consumer impacts
  • Credit analyst: managing commercial banking portfolios including the processing and evaluating credit/loan applications, analysing and interpreting financial information and undertaking risk analyses through the development of statistical models
  • Commercial property analyst: researching market trends and statistics to forecast the industry future; determining the best use of finances; performing due diligence research in order to broker real estate deals; working with sellers and buyers
  • Land and property valuer: providing advice on financing and valuation; analysing investments; managing portfolios; calculating values by considering market demand, future trends and other factors; valuing office, retail, industrial and residential properties for sale and purchase, bank lending and preparation of financial statements
  • Portfolio manager: making property investment decisions and carrying out investment activities on behalf of clients or institutions; implementing investment strategies; managing day-to-day portfolio operations
  • Property developer: researching land and property opportunities and evaluating the feasibility of a project; assessing the best use for the land or property; planning the property development, including the schedule and costs; working with architects, builders, and local councils
  • Property funds manager: providing advice for clients on where and how to invest; improving the value of a property; implementing an investment strategy; managing portfolios of trading activities
  • Sales and leasing consultant: developing and implementing sales and leasing proposals for commercial land and property; negotiating lease and sales transactions; generate listings and service existing client sales

Programme Structure

Courses include:

  • Professional Development in Property
  • Accounting for Business
  • Discovering Opportunities in Property
  • Principles of Economics
  • Marketing Principles: Trading and Exchange
  • Business Law

Key information


  • Full-time
    • 36 months

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There is no closing date for submitting your application.


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Other requirements

General requirements

  • CRICOS CODE 024196G
  • Qualify for the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE), and achieved a competitive Selection Rank (ATAR), or
  • Complete secondary qualifications equivalent to SACE, or
  • Complete the International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum score of 24 points
  • Admission Requirements by Country
  • Eynesbury FSP: 330
  • German Abitur: 3.5
  • India (best 4): 65
  • Kenya KCSE (average): B+
  • Malaysia STPM (best 3): 6
  • Malaysia UEC: 30
  • Norway GPA: 3
  • Pakistan HSSC: 85
  • Sri Lanka A Levels (best 3): 7
  • Sweden GPA: 13
  • UK Board GCE A Levels/HK Board: 7
  • Vietnam: 7.5
  • Bangladesh HSC: 4
  • Canada High School (OSSD): 65
  • Australia: 70
  • IB (best 6): 26
  • USA SAT (1600): 1110
  • HKDSE: 16
  • Nepal NEB: 2.61

Tuition Fee

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    32600 AUD/year
    Tuition Fee
    Based on the tuition of 32600 AUD per year during 36 months.

Domestic: Commonwealth Supported

Living costs for Adelaide

1328 - 2474 AUD /month
Living costs

The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.


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