Australian National University
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B Finance, Economics and Statistics (Honours) is targeted at excellent undergraduate students seeking a quantitative degree program that will equip them for graduate studies in Finance, Economics or Statistics and/or that will make them desirable to prestigious Government or Industry employers. Uniquely in Australia, each student studies under the tutelage of a mentor – an academic with a world class reputation in his or her area of expertise. This degree will teach students skills in quantitative financial analysis, conceptual thinking about claims on resources using statistics, and problem solving combining economic intuition and mathematical techniques.
Economics, finance, statistics.
Data scientist; investment banker; management consultant; statistician; economic, financial or quantitative analyst.
Undertaken in the final year, subject to progress requirements.
The Australian Government pays part of the tuition fee for this course. The remaining balance is paid by the student. Information about ANU student contributions.
Co-curricular or service experience (Year 12 or IB applicants only): Applicants must demonstrate at least two of the following seven skills: community engagement, inclusion and awareness of diversity, communication, leadership, personal responsibility, teamwork, creative and critical thinking. Check if you meet the ANU co-curricular or service requirement.
ACT: Specialist Mathematics (major/minor). NSW: Mathematics Extension 1.
Recommended studies: ACT: Specialist Mathematics (double major). NSW: HSC Mathematics Extension 2.
Minimum Selection rank: 98.00. Due to the competitive nature of our admissions process, we cannot guarantee entry to applicants who meet the minimum selection rank for their preferred program.
Refer to the ANU general admission criteria.
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