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Finance at UTS

The Finance Discipline Group teaches at the centrally located Haymarket campus. 

We teach a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional development courses. The largest of our programs is the Bachelor of Business degree, in which we offer both a major and sub-major in Finance. 

Our postgraduate programs include doctoral and master degrees by research, as well as many coursework degrees. We offer a Master of Finance and a Master of Finance (Extention) in which students can specialise in a variety of areas of finance. We also offer the Master of Quantitative Finance in which students can obtain a detailed specialised knowledge and the professional competency required to work as a quantitative finance analyst in the modern finance industry. Through short courses we offer tailor-made in-house programs for companies and organisations.

UTS has been awarded partnership status as an undergraduate and postgraduate CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) University Program Partner by CFA Institute. In 2008 our Bachelor of Business with a major in Finance program was the first undergraduate program recognized as an undergraduate CFA partner program in Australia. In addition, our Master of Finance has been awarded the post graduate partnership status by CFA Institute.

The Discipline Group's main areas of research are quantitative finance, corporate finance, corporate governance and superannuation. The Quantitative Finance Research Centre brings together researchers who are well-known in the fields of financial risk management and asset pricing. UTS is ranked in the top 40 institutions in the world for research in finance by the RePEc research database, we are the only institution outside of the USA and Europe ranked in the top 40.

The Discipline Group has links with industry and academic institutions around the world, which provides our students with valuable research and exchange opportunities. We also employ visiting scholars and experienced financial market professionals to teach some of our subjects.