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Commerce

What is commerce?

Commerce is about the study of economics, markets and policies, it is also about the understanding of business elements.
 

The commerce faculty is very broad and offers a wide range of career options, including the following:
• Accounting
• Auditing
• Business administration and management
• Business/ market analyst
• Economics
• E-commerce
• Finance
• Investment banking
• Marketing
• Stockbroking, and many more.
 

Most commerce educated students possess the following qualities:

• Thoroughly enjoy working with numbers
• Excellent computer skills
• Ability to evaluate numerical data
• Hard working and willing to put in the hours
• Prepared to learn new things and willing to change work approach
• Excellent communication skills
• Creative and able to think “outside the box”
• Accurate and neat
• Able to work as part of a team, but also as a team leader
• Good decision-maker
• Excellent administrative and organizational skills
• High rational / logical thinker
• Superb intellectual ability
 

If this sounds like a career path you would like to follow, apply for a bursary in the subcategories listed below:
Accounting, Auditing & Taxation
Business Management
Economics, Finance & Banking
General Commerce
Human Resources & Public Administration
Marketing, Sales & Retail
Transport Economics, Logistics and Tourism


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