The Financial Planning Association of Australia has teamed up with five higher education institutions to offer discounted postgraduate course fees for members.
Deakin University, Kaplan Professional, Swinburne University, TAFE NSW and the University of Newcastle are the first to confirm discounts between 10 and 25 per cent for eligible FPA members, with others in progress, the FPA said in a statement.
Course discounts for FPA members include:
The tuition fee discounts are accessible for new, existing and part-time postgraduate students.
Further, the discounts are valid until mid-year 2020, with the exception of Swinburne University, which ends semester two, 2022.
“We’re delighted that higher education institutions are offering our members discounts across the various courses they will need to complete as part of the new FASEA education requirements,” said FPA chief executive Dante De Gori.
“These discounts will be valuable to members as they strive to meet their education and professional obligations.”
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