We offer the highest quality teaching and learning in Accounting
Why Choose the Australian School of Accounting?
Australian School of Accounting (ASA) provides innovative, industry and future-focused courses so that ASA graduates are ready to step into leadership roles in a challenging, technologically advanced and disruptive business world.
Our flexible and innovative approach to learning and development, which aligns with future directions and industry needs, will equip graduates with the professional knowledge and skills required to ensure they are the preferred choice of employers.
We are partners in your journey. Our vision and our mission have been developed for you. We are here to help you to achieve your goals.
1. Highest Standards in Student Care and Equity
2. Excellence in Teaching and Learning
3. Innovation in Course Development and Delivery
4. Industry and Employer Focus
“Professional Accreditation for Bachelor of Professional Accounting”
Our Vision – To be the innovative leader in Accounting and Business in Higher Education.
Our Mission – ASA will develop innovative, industry and future-focused courses so that ASA graduates are ready to step into leadership roles in a challenging, technologically advanced and disruptive business world.
Our Values – In pursuing our Vision and Mission we are guided by the following core values:
The ASA Advantage
Student focused learning – our qualifications and courses are delivered with you, the student, in mind. We aim to develop a culture which instils confidence and learning enjoyment among our student population.
Innovative courses – we encourage learning and growth through the delivery of courses that reflect the trends and changes in the business learning environment.
People not profits – The Australian School of Accounting is committed to providing you with the very best service above all else through the highest standards in student support enabling you to learn effectively while supporting your study.
“ASA acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.”