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What you will study
UNSW’s Graduate Certificate in Financial Technology covers the foundational skills of FinTech, providing graduates with a comprehensive understanding of technological advancement implications on the current and future states of the ﬁnancial services industry. Completing these courses will give you a strong foundation and advanced knowledge in financial technology that are in high demand.
You must complete at least 4 of the 10 courses.
- FinTech Ecosystem and Industry Insights
- Decentralised Finance
- RegTech Applications for Banking and Finance
- Technical Tools for FinTech
- Problem-Solving Methods for FinTech (Pre-req: Technical Tools for FinTech)
- Data Management for FinTech
- Robo-Advisory and Portfolio Optimisation
- Tech Disruption in Payments and Transfers
- Tech Disruption in Funding and Lending
- InsurTech and Financial Risk Management
The UNSW Online experience
We are here to support you, every step of the way, to graduate from one of the world’s leading universities. Our online learning environment has been designed with the busy working professional in mind and offers you a learning environment where you can learn each course in seven-week blocks. This means you can graduate with your certificate in only eight months part- time, and allow you to leverage the employer demand sooner.
Our academics are some of the best in the world and even though you’re studying online, you can expect your learning experience to be of the same high standard as that of our on-campus students.
Throughout your study journey, you will be able to turn to your Student Success Advisor, who is committed to assisting you from enrolment through to graduation. They are on hand for all non- academic queries by phone or email.
General admission requirements
To be eligible for the Graduate Certificate in Financial Technology you must have:
- A recognised bachelor degree (in any discipline) OR
- 5 years of relevant work experience in a commercial or public service organisation related to banking, finance or technology.
Articulation pathways exist to the Graduate Diploma and Masters program if the student completes this program with a minimum WAM of 65.
Entry via nested qualification
Generally, if you successfully complete the Graduate Certificate in Financial Technology with a WAM of 65 or above, you can progress to the Graduate Diploma and/or Masters by coursework degree.