Can Universities hit the mark with specialist actuarial education? An initial ERM Case Study

Aaron Bruhn, Bronwen Whiting, Bridget Browne, Timothy Higgins, Chong It Tan

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Abstract

This article reports on the introduction of courses in Enterprise Risk Management to a postgraduate university program in Australia. The methodology used to develop the courses, and their benchmarking against an international syllabus is considered. Interviews with students and reflections from the lecturers involved in the courses were used to gain insight, and a consideration of the future of these courses and their place in university and more broadly actuarial education is presented.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-15
Number of pages15
Volume2017
No.2
Specialist publicationActuarial Research Clearing House
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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