School of Accounting and Commercial Law

School of Accounting and Commercial Law

The School of Accounting and Commercial Law is part of the Victoria Business School at Victoria University of Wellington.

We pursue and share knowledge of accounting, commercial law and taxation within a dynamic and inclusive learning environment while actively engaging our stakeholders and the wider community.


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Accreditation

Our programmes are accredited by

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News

20 August 2015 Local chapter attends annual Beta Alpha Psi event in Milwaukee
Senior lecturer Trish Keeper and MPA student Donna Yang represented the Victoria University chapter of Beta Alpha Psi at the 2015 annual meeting held recently in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Read more
14 July 2015 New international accounting students welcomed
Victoria welcomed 39 international students who have arrived from our partner programme in Malaysia to complete 200- and 300-level accounting study, at a ceremony in July. Read more
8 July 2015 Introducing the 'Student Brand Champs'
The 2015 'Student Brand Champs' are Victoria Business School students recruited by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand to be their representatives on campus. Read more

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Dr Lisa Marriott, Senior Lecturer

Courts More Lenient on White Collar Criminals

New Zealanders take welfare fraud more seriously than tax evasion, according to new research by Dr Lisa Marriott.
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Matt Sorola, PhD student at SACL

Matt Sorola-
Current PhD Student

Matt comes from Texas, and knew within a week he'd made the right decision to study in Wellington.
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Chair in Public Finance

The School’s externally sponsored Chair in Public Finance (CPF) aims to bring academic research and public finance debate together.
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Sarah Zhang
MPA Graduate

Sarah reached a point in her career where she felt she needed formal education in finance and accounting to progress further.
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