Why study financial planning online?
Understand your clients' financial goals, then research the best ways to get them there. Make decisions, solve problems, and provide customer service. Run your own financial planning business, or join a leading financial planning company.
Tackle Australian tax law. Study finance, business accounts and macroeconomics.
Count on a private sector career in stockbroking, funds management, superannuation, insurance, banking or accounting. Be recognised by the Financial Planning Association.
Studying online means that you can upskill while keeping your day job. Enjoy the flexibility of studying online with OUA.
- Develop and implement financial plans.
- Understand how to set and meet financial goals.
- Put together and plan portfolios.
- Build analytical and problem solving skills.
- Understand how financial strategies are created.
- Get insight into managed investments, securities and futures markets.
Study a degree in financial planning
Bachelor of Business (Financial Planning)
- Major in Financial Planning
Study single financial planning subjects
Financial planning student stories
Why study online through OUA?
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We can guide you in your selection from 370+ degrees, and 2,100+ subjects, from leading Australian unis.
Start studying, regardless of history
We offer single undergraduate subjects from full degrees without any entry requirements.
Gain credit towards your degree
Apply for credit for past study, or your work experience, and finish faster.
Graduate with a degree from a leading uni
Enrol through us, and graduate with exactly the same university degree as on-campus students.
Feel supported from start to finish
Our student advisors can guide you in the right direction and help with your enrolment.
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We’ll help you find the right course for you. Our student advisors are ready to answer your questions.
Work out your finances
During your enrolment, we’ll offer you the option to pay upfront in full, or defer your payment using a student loan. Remember to look into income tax deductions for course fees and study-related expenses.
Get credit for your success
We won’t let your hard work go unrecognised. Choose to take a single subject, or combine your work as part of a degree.