Campuses and locations
The University of Newcastle is a multi-campus institution offering programs in a number of locations.
Face to Face
0.5 years part-time up to 3 years maximum.
The Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning will equip you with the practical skills and knowledge to successfully work in the financial services industry.
The program will see you graduate with an awareness of the ethical and legal standards within financial planning, an understanding of investment concepts and its applications to client relationships and provision of advice. In addition, it will equip you with analytical and critical thinking skills to analyse and communicate investment and financial advice problems, and more.
For experienced financial advisers, the program offers an opportunity to meet FASEA educational standards by completing three FASEA-approved bridging courses as part of the program.
Achieving a Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning will equip you with the essential knowledge and skills to
practice in the financial services industry. The program offers comprehensive coverage of specialised knowledge across
a range of disciplines including law, ethics, and behavioural finance and investment.
The program focuses on four core areas of study:
Existing advisers would complete three FASEA accredited bridging courses upon graduation.
The Graduate Certificate in Financial Planning will enhance your professional competency and capabilities to advance your career in financial advising and services.
Possible career opportunities include:
FASEA accredited bridging courses – existing advisers can complete three FASEA accredited bridging courses to continue working as a Financial Adviser upon graduation.