The FPA has partnered with five education providers, which will allow financial planners to combine a Master of Financial Planning degree with the CFP® Certification Program.
This new opportunity offers choice and flexibility to financial planning professionals, who can now graduate with both an academic qualification and the highest global professional designation in financial planning.
The FPA will give recognised prior learning for the CFP® certification units 1 to 4 to students undertaking the financial planning Masters program at the education providers listed below. These education providers also allow their Masters students to take the CFP capstone (CFP C) with the FPA as an elective.
Students can graduate with a Masters degree and the education component of the CFP designation completed as a part of their coursework, making a significant saving in time and cost. Once the work experience requirements are met graduates will qualify as a CFP® Professional.
All Master of Financial Planning courses listed below are accredited under the new standards set out by the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA).
Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning course at Kaplan Professional
Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning course at Deakin Business School
Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning course at Swinburne University
Find out more about the Master of Financial Planning course at Griffith University
EDUCATION COURSE DISCOUNTS
Several higher education providers are offering discounts between 10% and 28% on postgraduate course fees for FPA members.
INTEGRATE YOUR MASTERS COURSE
If you are interested in applying to integrate the globally-recognised CFP certification into your Masters course for the next enrolment period, please contact the Education team [email protected]