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Coursework

Master of Actuarial Science

    • CRICOS Code: 070382A

    The experience

    Overview

    Top-Tier Research & High-Quality Teaching

    At MBS we offer a comprehensive program to support your learning, develop your skills and enrich your degree. We encourage you to be involved both on and off campus and to make the most of your time outside the classroom.

    Dr Xueyuan Shane Wu
    Dr Xueyuan Shane Wu

    Dr Xueyuan Shane Wu

    Shane is the Program Director of the Master of Actuarial Science and conducts research in the areas of discrete-time risk models, correlated risk models and ruin theory.

    Associate Professor Shuanming Li
    Associate Professor Shuanming Li

    Associate Professor Shuanming Li

    Shuanming Li is an associate professor and the director of the Centre for Actuarial Studies. He teaches the Introduction of Actuarial Studies to the first year actuarial students and Life Contingencies students in Master of Actuarial Science. His research focuses on risk theory, stochastic modelling in insurance and finance, reinsurance, and applied probability.

    Meet our Academics

    Student Experience

    Luke Geoghegan
    Luke Geoghegan
    Master of Actuarial Science, current student

    Luke Geoghegan

    "Faced with the prospect of moving to a different university for my postgraduate studies, I decided that the best place to move to would be Australia’s top University,"

    Read more about Luke's Melbourne experience here

    Student Enrichment

    Leroy D'Souza
    Leroy D'Souza
    Master of Actuarial Science
    Graduated 2015

    Leroy D'Souza

    "I've been involved in various organisations at the University such as CAINZ and the Actuarial Students Society, where alongside other members I help bridge the gap between academia and professional practice."

    Leroy D'Souza is a Master of Actuarial Science graduate (2015). He now works as an Associate at Mercer (Investments). Prior to studying at MBS he worked in management consulting at Deloitte Consulting.

    Enrichment programs