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Actuaries Institute Australia

To meet Part I of the professional requirements of the Actuaries Institute you must complete eight Core Technical (CT) subjects that correspond with 15 ANU courses which are accredited by the Institute. An average grade of 60 per cent must be achieved across the ANU courses corresponding with each CT subject in order to be recommended for the Part I exemptions. Part II requirements of the Institute can be met by an additional fourth year of study in the College, usually in the form of an honours year.

The Australian National University is accredited by the Actuaries Institute of Australia (The Institute) to provide students with exemptions from the Part I and Part II requirements of the Institute.

Exemptions are recommended subject to obtaining sufficiently high grades in designated courses taught within the Bachelor of Actuarial Studies and associated combined degrees, or the Master of Actuarial Studies and Master of Actuarial Statistics. To find out more, please see the exemption policy page.

Updated:   27 February 2017 / Responsible Officer:  Dean, Business & Economics / Page Contact:  College Web Team