Finance professionals are concerned with the management of assets to create wealth for investors or companies. The finance discipline examines how individuals, businesses and institutions raise funds to implement investment strategies and how they allocate these funds to a variety of investment opportunities.
Casual Tutor Applications - Semester 1, 2019
Applications for semester 1, 2019 Casual Tutor and Teaching Assistant positions are will open on Friday, 21 September 2018 and close on Sunday 2nd December 2018. Apply at www.online.fbe.unimelb.edu.au/ctrs
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A variety of professional accreditations, memberships and subject exemptions are available for finance students, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.