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The Professionalism Course focuses the ethical requirements of being an actuary and the dilemmas actuaries are likely to face in practice.
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The Actuaries Institute is committed to the development of actuarial science through research and the expansion of the profession into new areas of endeavour. Access articles and papers of interest to practitioners, including intellectual property from past events.
Find out more about how actuaries can make a valuable contribution to the development of the sustainability of the microfinance industry.
The Actuaries Institute is committed to promoting the actuarial profession and is recognised as a source of authoritative, professional and independent comment for the financial services sector and non-traditional areas such as health, environment, climate change, genetics and information technology.
Participate in the policy development process through our Public Policy Council Committee, Practice Committees, Taskforces and Working Groups.
Elected annually by Members, the 12-person Council is the Actuaries Institute's peak executive body.
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Seven Australian universities currently offer accredited education programs that cover the Institute's Part I syllabus. Students may be granted exemptions from Part I subjects based on university grades that are consistent with Institute standards.
Bachelor of Actuarial Studies (and any associated double degree) Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours in Actuarial Studies and Economics) Graduate Certificate of Finance and Actuarial Statistics Master of Actuarial Studies Master of Actuarial Practice
Nominated Accreditation Actuary: Adam Butt
Bachelor of Actuarial Science Bachelor of Actuarial Science (Honours) Master of Actuarial Science Master of Actuarial Science (Professional) Master of Actuarial Practice
Nominated Accreditation Actuary: David Lau
Bachelor of Science (Actuarial Science) Master of Science (Actuarial and Financial Science)
Nominated Accreditation Actuary: Jo-Anne Morgan
Nominated Accreditation Actuary: Timothy Kyng
Nominated Accreditation Actuary: Colin O'Hare
Bachelor of Commerce (Actuarial Studies) Graduate Diploma in Actuarial Studies Master of Actuarial Science
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Bachelor of Actuarial Studies Bachelor of Actuarial Studies (Co-op) Bachelor of Actuarial Studies / Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Actuarial Studies / Bachelor of Economics Bachelor of Actuarial Studies / Bachelor of Laws Bachelor of Actuarial Studies / Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Actuarial Studies / Bachelor of Science (Advanced Maths) Master of Actuarial Studies Master of Actuarial Studies (Extension)
Nominated Accreditation Actuary: Jae Kyung Woo
Seven Australian universities currently offer accredited education programs that cover the Institute's Part II syllabus. Students may be granted exemption from Part II based on university grades that are consistent with Institute standards.
Australian National University Curtin University Macquarie University Monash University University of Melbourne University of New South Wales Bond University
The actuarial education program in Australia is made up of three parts and can take some time to complete.
Find out more about How to Become an Actuary.