Bachelor of Actuarial Science Monash University

3.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Bachelor Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Actuarial science will teach you how to apply your mathematical talent to the commercial world. Actuaries identify, analyse and assess risk. They use mathematical and econometric models to forecast real-life scenarios, such as the likelihood of economic or property losses and their impacts on insurance premiums, or managing superannuation investments or working across financial consulting. The skills you will develop in probability modelling and risk analysis have many rewarding applications in the real world.

Graduates will be able to seek employment in international finance and a wide range of business fields dealing with risk and prediction. You could also find yourself in a range of government-related jobs in regulatory control, workers' compensation, education and other areas. Some actuaries work with large companies on long-term strategic planning.


Actuarial Science, Actuarial studies, Business, Commerce, Econometrics, Statistics.


The type of careers this qualification may lead to include; Superannuation, Insurance, Risk management, Financial consulting, Investment banking, Strategic planning


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Student Reviews

January 2018
Year completed 2018

The course is ok. I'm neutral about whether I'd recommend it.

Not enough guidance for the course and assessable materials
good for those who love challenge and high level courses

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