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Bachelor of Business
Financial Planning

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Entry Criteria 12th Pass
Duration 3 Years
Location Chennai & Mel, Australia
Fees ₹225,000 + taxes
Next intake Sept / Feb
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After RMIT, we also provide two year work visa.

KCIC (First year)

Year 1 – Level 4 – Certificate

RMIT (Final 2 years)

Year 2 – Bachelors in RMIT
Year 3 – Bachelors in RMIT


Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA)
Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Agency (FASEA)

Post Study Work Visa for Two Years

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Your career in Financial Planning

Bachelor of Business (Financial Planning) graduates will be equipped with the knowledge & technical skills to provide professional advice relating to financial markets, investments, superannuation, retirement planning & insurance in diverse organisations.

As a financial planning professional, you will be able to take on roles and work in private sector or government organisations that have a requirement for high-level, technical expertise in financial planning. Average starting salary is $40,000 (21 lacs per annum)

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What you will study

This financial planning degree will develop your financial knowledge, analytical skills and decision-making abilities, enabling you to work as a qualified professional financial planner & work in other roles in the finance sector.

As you develop your core skills towards obtaining a financial planner license & FPA membership, you will also learn about the changing regulatory & legal environment in Australia.


Best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry leaders in the form of videos, case studies and projects


Industry Focused Program

industry connection

Industry Connections

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Professional Recognition




Recognised and accredited by the Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA), the degree will equip you with the expertise to provide professional financial advice in a range of areas including personal planning, taxation, estate planning, superannuation, insurance and investment planning.

You may choose to participate in other work-connected and industry-relevant opportunities such as:

working in a student team as part of the Fastrack Innovation Program. In this elective course, you will work with mentors to develop and present a solution to a real problem. This form of fast-prototyping is designed to tap into fresh thinking from RMIT students.

RMIT University is committed to providing you with an education that strongly links formal learning with professional and vocational practice.

Financial Planning Association of Australia(FPA) Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Agency (FASEA)

330th globally in the 2020 Academic Ranking of World Universities, up 24 places compared to 354th in 2019. RMIT has moved up 157 places since 2016. ARWU publishes rankings for 1,000 institutions. RMIT is ranked in the 301-400 band.

Classes will mostly be delivered in RMIT’s Swanston Academic Building which features innovative learning spaces interspersed with retail and social spaces resulting in a stimulating environment for students.

RMIT offers a variety of learning and teaching approaches including lectures, tutorials, class presentations and student-led discussions, role plays, case study analysis and participating in managing a company in a computer-based business simulation.

Through RMIT University’s online learning portal, myRMIT, you will be able to view online resources and learning activities created by lecturers, access course materials via Blackboard, collaborate with lecturers and fellow students, and access your student email account. Educational software, the Learning Hub, resources and printers are accessible on campus via the RMIT wireless network using your own laptop, tablet or smart phone or via computer facilities on-campus. You will be able to access the same software from home using myDesktop.

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Assessment throughout the semester may include examinations, in-class tests, essays, reports, individual and group research projects.

As part of your studies, you will undertake specialist financial planning work-integrated learning courses like ‘Superannuation and Retirement’. This course and others allow you to study current processes, regulatory frameworks and taxation issues and are listed on the ASIC Register of Compliant Training as meeting the requirements for superannuation specialist knowledge under Regulatory Guide 146. ‘Superannuation and Retirement’ is also worth 15 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points for membership of professional bodies, including the FPA.

A final year course, ‘Financial Advisory Practice’, requires you to demonstrate all you have learnt from your studies by preparing, presenting, implementing and reviewing a personal financial plan for a client. You will also explore practical issues relevant to the financial planning industry in general, and practice management specifically.

As you undertake these courses, you will have opportunities to interact and receive feedback from industry and/or community, clients and/or practitioners.

You may also choose to participate in other work-connected and industry-relevant opportunities such as:

working in a student team as part of the Fastrack Innovation Program. In this elective course, you will work with mentors to develop and present a solution to a real problem. This form of fast-prototyping is designed to tap into fresh thinking from RMIT students.

Business Internship electives, where you work in a professional setting for one or two days per week for one semester. Positions are normally unpaid and are designed to develop your communication and leadership skills (soft skills) and increase your overall employability once you graduate.

RMIT University is committed to providing you with an education that strongly links formal learning with professional and vocational practice.

RMIT University

You’ll receive Bachelor of Business Financial Planning from RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia upon successful completion of the program in Australia. This degree is accredited by the Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) and Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Agency (FASEA). This program also prepares you for job roles such as Investment advisor, Fund manager, Risk analyst, Wealth management officer, Insurance broker, Stockbroker, Investment banker, Superannuation specialist, Personal financial advisor and Financial analyst.


Certificate & Memberships

You will also receive a BTEC Diploma Certificate in Business include enhanced work-related curriculum that is designed to address an increasing need for high quality professional and technical education pathways equipping students with the right skills and competencies for the workplace like The BBC, IBM, Tesco, Newport Wafer Fab and Worldpay E-commerce.


Industry Projects and Case Studies

Learn through real-life industry projects sponsored by top companies across industries.

  • 16+ Real world Case study
  • Practical & Assignment based assessments
  • Work integrated learning with Industry partners
  • First year of the program is designed and developed Pearson, UK
  • Get mentored by Industry professionals

Case Study – David

David was recently promoted earlier this year as Director of Engineering for a very large oil and gas exploration firm in Farmington, NM. His salary is $150,000 per year plus substantial bonus opportunities and equity share of the firm. Tiffany is a graduate of an East Coast liberal arts college specializing in health care issues. She has worked as a consultant and now she is a full-time mom. They are devoted to their family and live well within their means. They have accumulated a substantial balance in their checking account. As a family they enjoy camping in the mountains in Southwest Colorado.


Case Study – Dominic and Esther

Dominic and Esther are in their mid-to-late 30’s. He is a successful engineer and she is a well-paid marketing consultant with an I.T. company in Toronto. They have been married for 12 years and have three children, ages 10, 7, and 5. As a working couple with three young children, they barely have time to evaluate their finances. They have very ambitious goals but have never found the time to map out how they will attain them. They have debts spiraling out of control and only save haphazardly. They are considered high-income earners, which puts them in a higher tax bracket, adding to their financial obligations. They know that they need to start saving for retirement beyond saving for their personal goals but they are overwhelmed and don’t know how to start. They knew they needed help but they didn’t trust their bank for unbiased advice, they reached out to us.

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    What's Included in the Fees

    • Study/aquire 120 credit RMIT points in KCIC
    • Pearson BTEC L5 award (Financial Planning) – 120 credits
    • Association of Chartered Certified Accounts(ACCA) membership,
    • Year 2 transfer paperwork & Assistance
    • Visa & housing support
    • Bank loan guidance & assistance
    • Exam fess
    • eBooks & Studio charges
    • Portal access to LMS
    • Software access


    Learn from India’s top Financial Planning faculty and industry leaders

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    Dr. Priyadarsi Nanda

    Senior Lecturer School of Electrical and Data Engineering

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    Prof. Francesca Lacopi

    School of Electrical and Data Engineering

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    Prof. Joanne Tipper

    Head Of School, Biomedical Engineering


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    First, two years at Chennai campus is limited to 20-25 students per class. Every year we plan to recruit 250 to 300 students across all departments giving them the assured transfer to Melbourne campus. However, the final years at the Melbourne campus gives you the multicultural environment with 81,000 students studying across the RMIT.

    Kings Cornerstone will provide fundamental tools and equipment required for the first two years. The first two years at Kings Cornerstone is a solid foundation to advanced learning at RMIT Melbourne. Since the final years are planned in Melbourne, the facilities provided to students are world-class. They access the same materials, tools, technology what is currently used in the industry.

    Take a virtual tour to RMIT manufacturing facility that you have access during the final years at Melbourne. Check out ‘This is Engineering at RMIT’, ‘EMBER – an engineering innovation’ RMIT’s New Academic Street and Telstra Challenge Projects at RMIT.

    Most students enrol in our programs seeking a continuing career in their preferred field. The return on investment is very high if you chose to work in Melbourne, London, Toronto and Dublin when compared to the salaries paid in India. So, we recommend students seeking global career to enrol. If you are looking to return to India or seeking local placements or local jobs, then you don’t need to study at Kings Cornerstone or take study abroad route, there are plenty on good local institutions in India who can help.

    We are looking for a passionate learner willing to study realistically, apply reasoning and ability to learn by doing, but not someone who can memorise and write the whole book without practised knowledge. Hence, your higher secondary results do not make any weight in the selection process, except for your functional abilities. Your entry to our programs depends on your statement of purpose and a personal interview with the academic board but not your higher secondary marks. So plan well for your admission interview and rationalising SOP.

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