Master Finance, Banking and Insurance Full Time - Máster en Finanzas, Banca y Seguros
The Master of Finance is designed for graduates who have completed a finance major in their undergraduate program and who are looking to develop their finance skills by studying more advanced finance topics. There are five streams:
•Master of Finance (General Finance)
•Master of Finance (Corporate Finance)
•Master of Finance (Funds Management)
•Master of Finance (International Finance)
•Master of Finance (Investment Banking)
The Master of Finance program is taught on-campus. The typical duration is one year of full-time study and 2-4 years part-time.
Entry to this program requires a Bachelor degree with a major in finance from a recognised institution (or overseas qualifications deemed equivalent) with a credit average overall, and with a credit average in the finance undergraduate major or equivalent. Candidates must also have demonstrated competence in mathematical and statistical methods.
completion of a recognized bachelor degree
meet English requirements.
* Some programs have additional entry requirements, please contact UNSW for this information.
On successful completion of the MFin, students will have the ability to:
understand and apply advanced concepts of finance
extend their knowledge of the finance discipline into more specialised areas
apply critical thinking and problem solving skills to a financial problem or issue
communicate ideas and information logically, concisely and accurately in written and oral formats
work both autonomously and collaboratively
apply analytical skills to identify and solve agency and corporate governance problems
demonstrate an ability to identify and quantify excessive risk taking
The Master of Finance consists of 8 courses (4 core courses and 4 elective courses) and is offered in five streams. Each stream has four core courses and a range of electives. A work-based research project may be undertaken as an elective, subject to approval by the Head of School, Banking & Finance.
The courses studied will depend on the chosen stream, please refer to the available specialisations for further information.