Graduate Certificate in Finance

The Graduate Certificate in Finance is a versatile course. Consisting of four subjects, you can gain an introduction to finance, upgrade your existing financial skills, or test out a masters program.
Graduate Certificate in Finance

A postgraduate education in finance often starts with a Graduate Certificate in Finance. The 4-subject course typically forms part of a master's program, with completed subjects counting as credit towards a Graduate Diploma of Finance and Master of Finance.

Graduate Certificate in Finance online courses in Australia are designed for working professionals. Accelerated, 100% online courses allow you to study finance part-time while working full-time.

A Grad Cert in Finance may be introductory and suitable for candidates without a strong finance background. Entry standards are often more relaxed than for the masters itself, making the course a pathway to a master's degree. Alternatively, some courses are designed to be flexible, allowing business professionals to build skills in specific areas of their choosing.

Graduate Certificate in Applied Finance

Graduate Certificate in Applied Finance

If you're intent on building job-ready financial skills, a Graduate Certificate in Applied Finance may be the ideal postgraduate course. The emphasis in applied finance courses is on being industry relevant. You learn knowledge, skills and tools that professionals apply, combined with hands-on training tasks.

Graduate Certificate in Applied Finance at UNSW Online

The 100% online Graduate Certificate in Applied Finance from UNSW is an introductory course that forms part of an applied finance master's program. You don't need a business degree to join. Students learn core concepts and principles to do with the financial management of organisations. You apply knowledge to real-world examples, helping you to appreciate how financial concepts can be used to shape business decisions. The 4-subject course can be completed in as little as 8 months of accelerated study, with students moving onto a new subject every 2 months. Topics include corporate finance, investing, and international finance.

Graduate Certificate in Financial Technology

Financial technology FinTech

Gain skills to capture technology opportunities in the finance sector with a Graduate Certificate in Financial Technology. The unmet demand for FinTech skills is enormous, making this education investment one with high potential payoffs. You can use the 4-subject course to build specific skills and knowledge and as a platform for further learning.

Graduate Certificate in Financial Technology at UNSW Online

For working professionals interested in FinTech, the Graduate Certificate in Financial Technology from UNSW is the ideal development course. You can use the grad cert to gain advanced skills in certain areas or as a foundation for further training. Students are able to choose 4 subjects out of a selection of 10 from the masters program. Topics include technical tools for FinTech, data management, tech disruption, and robo-advisory and portfolio optimisation. After completing the course, you have the option to continue studying for a graduate diploma (8 units in total) or masters degree (12 units).

Entry Requirements

Entry requirements for a Graduate Certificate in Finance vary by university. A relevant degree is generally a sufficient qualification. In some cases, any degree will suffice. Without a degree, you need to provide evidence of relevant professional experience.

Here are examples of course admission requirements. Enquire for further details.

† Online courses are available in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Gold Coast, Newcastle. Australia Wide.