RMIT University

Graduate Certificate in Finance

RMIT University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00122A

The Graduate Certificate in Finance integrates work and learning; and aims to develop both your specialised skills in finance and more generic capabilities tied to lifelong learning. Studying in the heart of Melbourne, you will strengthen your analytical and problem-solving abilities, while developing a sound understanding of the key principles of finance, econometrics, research and the analysis of financial markets. You will have access to comprehensive financial databases and use sophisticated software in the RMIT Trading Facility to perform option simulations and treasury dealing. This standalone qualification can also be a pathway further learning in the finance industry, and can lead to a successful career in banking, stockbroking, funds management, insurance, superannuation or the government sector.

Structure

The Graduate Certificate comprises four core courses in finance.

Subjects

  • Finance

Standard entry requirements

You must have successfully completed an Australian Bachelor degree(or equivalent overseas qualification) or higher level qualification in any discipline. You may also be considered if you have a minimum of 5 years full-time equivalent work experience.

Study pathways

Successful graduates will be admitted to the Master of Finance. This requires the successful completion of a further 8 discipline courses or electives.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Melbourne City Domestic: $9,360
International: $22,560
No
  • Full-time : 6 months
  • Part-time : 1 year
Online Domestic: $9,360
International: $10,800
No
  • Full-time : 6 months
  • Part-time : 1 year
  • Online/Off-campus : 6 months

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