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Compare Masters Programs in Financial Management in Australia 2019

Financial management is the management of money in order to reach the objectives of a business. A financial management program may cover areas such as budgeting, risk management, liabilities, assets and other management methods.

Australia has the third largest number of foreign students in the world despite having a community of only 23 million. These are strong academic credentials, but Australian institutions are just as highly ranked as the cities that house them around the native land.

Top Master Programs in Financial Management in Australia 2019

4 Results in Financial Management, Australia Filter

Master of Financial Management

Bond University
Campus Full-time 72 weeks January 2020 Australia Robina

The Master of Financial Management provides students with the essential knowledge and analytical skills for making key financial decisions faced by corporate managers.

Master of Financial Management (Professional)

Bond University
Campus Full-time 92 weeks January 2020 Australia Robina

The Master of Financial Management (Professional) is an intimate educational experience that will provide you with the essential financial knowledge and analysis skills for making key financial decisions faced by corporate managers.

Master of Business (Financial Management)

University of Wollongong Faculty of Business
Campus Full-time Part-time 2 years August 2019 Australia North Wollongong + 1 more

The Master of Business (Financial Management) is suitable for managers and middle managers seeking to further their career in a specialized field of business. Theoretical and practical knowledge and skills are developed through the study of the foundation, specialization specific core subjects, and electives.

Master of Accounting and Financial Management

La Trobe University
Campus Full-time 2 years March 2020 Australia Melbourne

Broaden your career opportunities with our two-year Master of Accounting and Financial Management. This course is a pathway to a professional accounting qualification if you haven't completed an undergraduate degree in accounting and financial management. You can build on your studies in engineering, medicine, science or the arts to work in key areas of management and finance.