Our finance programs deliver the skills and knowledge required to manage the challenges of the fast-developing global finance industry with real industry data and the most up-to-date industry standards.
Develop expertise in critical and strategic thinking within a highly-regulated industry framework and strengthen your research skills under the guidance of experienced research professionals.
UniSA Business School is ranked in the top 1% of business schools worldwide*, as one of just nine institutions in the country and 169 globally to be accredited by EQUIS.
Our programs prepare you to advance your career within the finance sector and equip you to pursue management roles in fields such as commercial and investment banking, financial advisory and brokerage, loans, foreign exchange, mergers and acquisitions, fund management, corporate treasury, superannuation, policy and research.
Take your finance career to the next level.
*There are a total pool of 16,585 Business Schools worldwide, AACSB, July 2016
Top 150 institutions in the world for accounting & finance
QS subject rankings, 2016.
Finance trading lab
Opening in 2017, our new finance trading lab will receive live market data feed and a range of financial analysis tools, used by professionals at the world’s leading banks and investment firms.
Recognised by the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute and the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) as a Financial Risk Manager (FRM) academic partner.
Current International Student
Master of Finance
“The Master of Finance has enabled to effectively research, be self-sufficient, understand and use specialist software/databases (SAS and STATA) that is critical and has prepared me to work in the financial field. In particular, the Chinese Banking and the International Finance courses were really interesting and brought my knowledge from home into the Australian context.
I have appreciated that lecturers have always used case studies, practical exercises and real life examples, which maximised the relevance of my learning. I also thoroughly enjoyed the University Mentor Program, which provided insights into employment opportunities and employability attributes companies seek when hiring graduates."