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  • 2015 - the MAppFin is changing

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  • Winners of the June 2014 CFA Scholarships

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  • MAFC Connect Newsletter - September Edition

    The latest MAFC Connect newsletter is now available for download, along with past newsletters for your reference.

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  • MAFC and NAB launch a mentoring program for women in finance

     

    The Mentoring Program is an innovative leadership program for female Master of Applied Finance students. It aims to encourage the development of women who, given the right opportunities and support, will become our future leaders in finance.
    The scheme pairs high performing students with female NAB executives. Mentors were selected on the basis of their life and work experiences. All mentors are senior-level female finance professionals from within NAB. Where possible, mentors were selected from business lines/departments that are relevant to the student (i.e. areas that are covered by the MAppFin Program).

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  • GARP scholarships for full-time students on offer

    GARP is offering scholarships for those wishing to sit for the Financial Risk Manager Exam (Part 1) in November.  If you would like to be considered for the scholarship you will need to contact Elizabeth Sheedy by 25 August to arrange for your nomination.

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  • New Risk Culture Survey

    Find out how risk averse you are and help us understand risk culture
     

    Plus the chance to win one of five $200 gift vouchers

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  • New Electives announced

    MAFC is pleased to announce a number of new electives in the MAppFin Program.

    We are committed to provide a qualification that is relevant to the needs of industry and we regularly review the content of the MAppFin to ensure that we are offering elective choices that meet those needs. The choice of electives available in our MAppFin is what sets us apart from similar qualifications and is one of the key reasons why our students chose this Program.

    We regularly consult with our students, alumni and industry contacts to get their views on what topics we should include in the Program and we have used the feedback from those consultations to design the new electives.

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