Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance
If you’re a finance industry professional with business or finance qualifications, the Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance is your chance to study a specialised, shortened program at Masters level. You can complete the course in one year part-time, then you can choose to complete the full Master of Applied Finance with an extra year of part-time study.
The program can be generalist in nature or structured to allow students to develop specialised knowledge in a sharply focused field.
All units offered in the Graduate Diploma are also part of the the MAppFin program, so they all count towards your Masters, should you wish to articulate from the Diploma. Both programs are taught and assessed together.
You can choose to specialise in:
- Business Valuation
- Retirement Outcomes
Applied Finance Centre graduates have gone on to senior positions within banking, corporate finance, stockbroking, investment management, venture capital, project finance and risk management firms in Australia and overseas.
Who should apply?
This program is for experienced finance professionals seeking to further their skills and knowledge in finance.
The minimum entry requirements for the Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance are:
- Two years full-time equivalent relevant professional work experience AND either:
- Evidence of proficiency in English. For more information see English Language Requirements.
Program of study
Compare the different units you'll study depending on your choice of specialisations.
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