School of Accounting Prizes for the 2016 academic year.
The School of Accounting provides a range of high quality academic programs that enable graduates to enter the accounting profession. The School focuses on innovative teaching and established its international reputation by continuously recognising global perspectives and addressing contemporary issues facing the business community.
The 2016 academic recipients for outstanding achievements are as follows:
|Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize||Awarded to the most outstanding graduate of the Master Professional Accounting||Wei Chen Zhang
|CPA Australia Prize||Awarded to the most outstanding second year student in the Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) or Bachelor of Business (Professional Accountancy)||Steven Nguyen
|CPA Australia Prize||Awarded to the most outstanding graduate of the Bachelor of Business (Accountancy) or Bachelor of Business (Professional Accountancy)||Ilan Kedem
|Financial Planning Career Enhancement Prize||Awarded to the most outstanding graduate of the bachelor of Business (Financial Planning), offered through OUA, and who achieved the highest overall result in FInancial Advisory Practise||Shayne Bates
|School of Accounting Centenary Scholarship||Awarded to the student in the Bachelor of Business (Professional Accountancy) who has shown the most promise for the future at the end of the Cooperative Education Program Year||Nonique Wozny
|ACCA Prize||Awarded to the student who received the highest mark in Financial Accounting and Analysis||Hugh Evans
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