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Study accounting and finance online

Discover a range of in-demand career options with an accounting and finance course from TAFE Queensland Online. We offer both entry-level and advanced courses in accounts administration, accounting, bookkeeping, and financial services to help you accelerate your career. As a finance and accounting professional you may find work in small, medium and large organisations, or choose to start your own business offering accounting services to businesses and individuals.

Studying online means you can study your way and fit your studies around your lifestyle and other commitments. Your teachers and fellow classmates will never be far away with opportunities to connect via our online chat rooms and message boards. Reach your career goals faster and easier than ever before with a nationally-recognised accounting or finance qualification from TAFE Queensland Online.

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Career outcomes
  • Payroll officer
  • Bookkeeper
  • BAS agent
  • Accountant
  • Accounts clerk
  • Auditor
  • Insurance clerk
 

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Study online with TAFE Queensland

Make great your way

More people complete their online courses with TAFE Queensland than with any other online education provider in Australia. We're proud to say that 80 per cent of people who start with us actually finish their online course, that's compared to the national average of just seven per cent.

 

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