Undergraduate Programs

Banking is a key part of the financial system. Banks and financial institutions specialise in the buying and selling of financial instruments such as loans and deposits. They act as intermediaries between the providers of capital (depositors and investors) and the users of capital (borrowers and corporations).

Finance is the systemised movement and management of money. It includes the circulation of money, granting of credit, making of investments, acquisition of capital and provision of financing facilities.

Banking and finance are two areas that undergo continuous change and are expanding in terms of the types of products and services being offered. For example, the superannuation industry is a strong growth area that is expected to grow above the growth rate of the economy due to increasing savings incentives for retirement by the government.

What kind of job can I get?

The economy cannot function without a robust and efficient financial system. As such there will always be a demand for well-qualified and highly skilled finance and banking professionals.

Career opportunities include:

Loan manager

Customer relations associate

Financial analyst

Finance business partner

Financial planner

Investment banker


Compliance manager

Risk adviser

Superannuation fund manager

Data analyst

Financial accountant

Product manager

Business banking manager


What kind of career can I have?

A degree in banking or finance will give you the skills for a range of roles within financial institutions such as banks and insurance companies, asset and fund managers, superannuation funds, broking firms, accounting firms, consulting firms.

Our graduates are working in companies including:




ANZ Banking Group


Macquarie Bank

Commonwealth Bank

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC)

Australian Taxation Office

National Australia Bank


Reserve Bank of Australia

Grant Thornton



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