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FMAA Prizes at Each Branch

FMAA Prizes

The FMAA is dedicated to members’ development providing various prizes at each of our branches.

Branch Prize
University of Melbourne FMAA First Year High Achiever Award

Aims to inspire, encourage and reward excellence in students from the Faculty of Business & Economics at the University of Melbourne. It presents a unique opportunity for a student to engage with industry and make positive steps towards preparing for their future career. Awarded to 1 student each year and receives $2,000 to contribute to educational expenses. Professional mentoring with a representative from Macquarie Group.

FMAA Prize for Finance

Awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in Finance 1 (FNCE10001).

University of Sydney FMAA Prize in Corporate Finance I

Established in 2010 by donation from the Financial Management Association of Australia. Awarded annually (one award for semester 1 and one award for semester 2) on the recommendation of the Head of Department of Finance to the most proficient student in FINC2011 Corporate Finance I.

University of Queensland FMAA Corporate Finance Prize

Rewarded for excellence in Corporate Finance. The student who achieves the highest mark in Corporate Finance (FINM3401) receives $1,000 to contribute to educational expenses.

University of New South Wales FMAA First Year All Rounder Prize

Established in 2014, this award aims to inspire, encourage and reward excellence in students from the Australian School of Business at the University of New South Wales. It presents a unique opportunity for an All Rounder student to engage with industry and make positive steps towards preparing for their future career. Awarded to 1 student each year and receives $1,000 to contribute to educational expenses. The recipient will also receive professional mentoring with a representative from Macquarie Group.

 

FMAA Prize in Finance

This annual prize, by the donation from the Financial Management Association of Australia, is awarded to the most proficient student in FINS3625 Applied Corporate Finance.

 

FMAA Prize in Accounting

This annual prize, by the donation from the Financial Management Association of Australia, is awarded to the most proficient student in ACCT1511 Accounting and Financial Management 1B.

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