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The Centre for Customs and Excise Studies (CCES) at the University of Canberra is currently accepting enrolments for Semester 2, 2013 which starts on Monday 12th August. The courses being offered are:

GRADUATE CERTIFICATES

Excise Studies (Online)  

International Customs Law and Administration (Canberra)  

International Customs Law and Administration (Online)  

International Revenue Administration (Canberra)  

International Revenue Administration (Online)

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMAS

Excise Studies (Online)

International Customs Law and Administration (Canberra)

International Customs Law and Administration (Online)

International Revenue Administration (Canberra)

International Revenue Administration (Online)

MASTERS DEGREES

International Customs Law and Administration (Canberra)

International Customs Law and Administration (Online)

International Revenue Administration (Canberra)

International Revenue Administration (Online)

DOUBLE MASTERS DEGREES

International Customs Law and Administration / International Revenue Administration (Canberra)

International Customs Law and Administration / International Revenue Administration (Online)

All CCES courses are Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) accredited. AQF is the Australian policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training. In 2011 the AQF was revised to ensure that qualification outcomes remain relevant and nationally consistent.

This means that there is no better time than now to consider enrolling in a CCES Graduate Course.

Click here for information on how to apply.

CCES at the University of Canberra is the international centre of excellence for innovative training, education, professional development, technical assistance and capacity building in relation to customs, excise, revenue management, border management and related areas.

CCES is the first of its kind in the world. Our international leadership role has been acknowledged by the World Customs Organization (WCO). CCES Award Programs range from individual elective units within the graduate and undergraduate offerings of the University, catering to those students who wish to include a border management component in their studies. There are also dedicated and substantive postgraduate programs for those seeking specific professional qualifications. PhD and Professional Doctorate programs are also available for those seeking to undertake higher research degrees.

The delivery of these programs adopts a range of flexible learning methods including online as well as face-to-face approaches.