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Stacey Xi Lin (center) graduated with a Bachelor of Actuarial studies with First Class Honours

Stacey Xi Lin (center) graduated with a Bachelor of Actuarial studies with First Class Honours

Future insured for Actuarial graduate

15 December 2016

As 2016 comes to a close, December becomes a whirlwind of graduation ceremonies, summer holiday planning and finding that perfect grad job.  But for Stacey Lin, recent CBE graduate, the future is bright as she prepares for and even bigger 2017.

The actuarial program at ANU offers a good balance between technical skills (e.g. statistical modelling) and understanding of business and economics.

“Before I started in ANU, I would have never imagined that I would volunteer in Czech Republic, become a tutor, work as a part-time analyst, complete a summer course at London School of Economics, intern with the top reinsurer in the world and most proudly, complete an honours thesis,” says, Stacey, reflecting on the past four years. “My study at ANU was about unlocking potential and dreaming big.”

Stacey graduated with a bachelor of Actuarial Studies with first class honours, (“Insurance Decision-Making: What Factors Take the Steering Wheel?”) and will start working as an actuarial analyst for Sydney Analytics & Actuarial Consulting firm Taylor Fry in the new year.

“The actuarial profession appeals to me as the skillset is flexible and easily transferrable to a wide range of industries all over the world,” says Stacey. “The actuarial program at ANU offers a good balance between technical skills (e.g. statistical modelling) and understanding of business and economics.”

The ANU College of Business and Economics’ (CBE) mission is to develop tomorrow’s leaders who transform business, society and economies.  The core educational experience at CBE leverages foundational scholastic skills, providing students with opportunities to apply these skills to real-world scenarios.

Amongst the hustle and bustle of students celebrating their graduation, Stacey is quick to note that at the end of the day, “the people here at CBE are the reason why I love ANU.” 

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