Bachelor of Economics and Finance

Study Area

Business and Economics

Study Level



University of Wollongong



Course Detail


Wollongong, Southern Sydney, Southern Highlands, Shoalhaven, Bega, Batemans Bay

Intake Time

March, July

Standard Duration

3 Years

About the Course

Economics is concerned with the big picture how a country, region or particular market is operating; while finance is a more microscopic look at industry risk and return on investment. The two disciplines complement each other giving you a more complete picture of the business world and open many doors to sought-after careers. This degree The Bachelor of Economics and Finance is for high achievers and as a graduate of the degree, you will be able to identify and apply the tools of analysis to a wide range of economic issues, including the behaviour of consumers and firms, the labour market, the environment, fiscal and monetary policy, and international trade. Students will develop the skills necessary to make responsible professional judgements in their economic and financial decision-making. Your final year culminates with an exciting applied research project capstone subject. This experiential learning opportunity offers an international workplace-based project, or more traditional research-based project. What you will study You will study the theory, policies, practices and institutions of both the domestic and global economies. You will also develop expertise in the ways individuals, businesses and other organisations raise, allocate and use money. Additional Information: The first year of the degree can also be completed at the following locations: UOW Batemans Bay - UAC 753672 UOW Bega - UAC 753673 UOW Shoalhaven - UAC 753671 UOW Southern Highlands - UAC 753674 UOW Southern Sydney - UAC 753675


Average Score


6.0 overall and individual band scores of 6.0

Background Requirements


University of Wollongong

Institute Ranking

"#196 in QS World University Rankings 2021, #10 in Australia"

Program Ranking