Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) | UWC

APS Required



3 year(s)


Bachelor's Degree





  • Minimum 30 UWC APS
  • English: Code 4 (Home or First Additional Language)
  • Any other language: Code 3 (Home or First Additional)
  • Maths Code 4

Career Prospects

  1. Accountant: Perform financial accounting, auditing, and tax preparation services for businesses, government agencies, or accounting firms. Accountants analyze financial data, prepare financial statements, ensure compliance with accounting standards and regulations, and provide financial advice to clients or stakeholders to support informed decision-making and financial management.
  2. Financial Analyst: Conduct financial analysis, investment research, and risk assessment for investment firms, banks, or corporate finance departments. Financial analysts evaluate investment opportunities, analyze financial statements, forecast financial performance, and provide recommendations on investment decisions, mergers and acquisitions, or capital budgeting projects to optimize financial returns and mitigate risks.
  3. Marketing Manager: Develop and implement marketing strategies, campaigns, and promotional activities to promote products or services and drive sales growth. Marketing managers conduct market research, identify target markets, develop marketing plans, oversee advertising and branding initiatives, and monitor marketing performance to achieve business objectives and customer satisfaction.
  4. Human Resources Manager: Oversee human resources functions and employee relations within organizations, including recruitment, training, performance management, compensation, and benefits administration. Human resources managers develop HR policies, ensure compliance with employment laws and regulations, resolve workplace conflicts, and foster a positive organizational culture to attract, retain, and develop talent.
  5. Management Consultant: Provide advisory services and strategic guidance to organizations seeking to improve their operations, processes, and performance. Management consultants assess organizational challenges, analyze data, develop recommendations, and facilitate change management initiatives to help clients achieve their business goals and competitive advantage.
  6. Entrepreneur/Small Business Owner: Start and manage your own business venture or entrepreneurial endeavor, applying business and management skills to identify opportunities, develop business plans, manage finances, and oversee operations. Entrepreneurs take risks, innovate, and adapt to market changes to build successful and sustainable business enterprises.
  7. Financial Manager: Manage financial operations, budgeting, and financial reporting within organizations to ensure financial stability, profitability, and regulatory compliance. Financial managers oversee financial planning, cash flow management, investment decisions, and financial risk management to support business growth and long-term financial sustainability.
  8. Supply Chain Manager: Coordinate and optimize supply chain activities, including procurement, production, inventory management, logistics, and distribution, to ensure efficient and cost-effective operations. Supply chain managers collaborate with suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to streamline processes, minimize costs, and meet customer demand while maintaining product quality and reliability.
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