On the back of the global financial crisis, finance skills have never been more in demand. Being able to navigate through the complex world of markets, banks and regulatory frameworks is highly desirable in today's economy. This course is recognised as the banking and finance industry's premier graduate degree. With the skills you'll gain the ability to help organisations create value, invest wisely and manage risk you'll find yourself with an envious skillset that will allow you to progress your career in the global financial environment. KEY FEATURES Key features Delivered by industry practitioners each an expert in their own field this course focuses on real-world finance and is delivered with academic rigour. You'll develop strong industry connections through educational partnerships with Finsia, CAIA, CFA and PRMIA, as well as through an outstanding alumni network. This course offers an unparalleled range of electives around a rigorous core curriculum, providing you with an individualised learning experience targeting your own career plans. Applied, flexible and portable, this course is suited to experienced professionals, whether currently in the finance industry or in other professions seeking to transition to the finance sector. For further information please visit the Macquarie Applied Finance Centre website ACCREDITATION This degree is recognised as the first Australian educational partner of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute and is accredited by the Professional Risk Managers International Association (PRMIA). This degree meets the education components of the criteria for membership of the Finance and Treasury Association Limited at Certified Finance and Treasury Professional (CFTP) level and by the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (Finsia). Graduates are potentially eligible for Senior Associate Membership of Finsia (conditions apply). SUITABLE FOR This program is for experienced professionals, whether currently in the finance industry or in other professions seeking to transition to the finance sector (such as engineers, lawyers, or IT specialists). Alternative pathways into the Master of Applied Finance recognises your prior qualifications and professional work experience. Macquarie's recognition of prior learning (RPL) both for formal prior studies and gained through work experience, training programs, industry accredited qualifications and so forth, can mean a reduction in the number of core units of study of up to four gateway units.
|Institution Name||Macquarie University|
|Campus Location||North Ryde|
|Course Duration||1.5 years - 2 years depending on RPL granted|
|Course University||Macquarie University|
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