The Master of Financial Technologies (Advanced) equips students to apply emerging technologies within the financial sector. An advanced research component also provides a pathway to a PhD.
You will learn to apply technology concepts, critical thinking and problem-solving methodologies in financial contexts. You’ll also learn to communicate effectively within professional teams, and build your leadership and management skills. An independent research project allows you to make an original contribution to the field.
After graduation, you could work as a technology consultant, or take on project management or strategy roles in financial services firms (particularly those implementing emerging technologies or new business models). Experienced professionals could progress into finance, marketing, administration or operations management roles. Those interested in further study can pursue a research pathway.
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4 years part-time
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2020 Start Dates
Swinburne joins forces with Bendigo Bank
Swinburne University of Technology has built on its ongoing partnership with Bendigo and Adelaide Bank to develop and deliver a Master of Financial Technologies (FinTech).
The first of its kind postgraduate course commenced in Semester One 2019, and is delivered through Swinburne’s Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship (AGSE).