Pathways to University Studies
Credit for ANZIIF study courses can be gained from the below universities.
Australian Catholic University (ACU)
ANZIIF's partnership with ACU provides credit point transfers from ANZIIF's Diploma of Financial Planning to the ACU’s Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of Business Administration/Financial Services.
ANZIIF students can gain up to 80 points of the 240 points required to complete the ACU’s higher education qualifications.
|ANZIIF Qualification||ACU Qualification||Credits|
|Diploma of Financial Planning
As of 2014, ANZIIF has decided to
discontinue the qualification and
will no longer accept new students.
Past students are able to apply for
|Bachelor of Commerce (Financial Services Major)||80 credit points|
|Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting Major)||50 credit points|
|Bachelor of Business Administration||80 credit points|
|Bachelor of Business Administration / Financial Services||80 credit points|
For more information and to assess your eligibility for the program, please visit the ACU website.
Charles Sturt University
ANZIIF students are eligible for credit towards the Bachelor of Business Studies, Bachelor of Business (with Specialisation) and Bachelor of Accounting undergraduate degrees with CSU. All are internationally recognised degrees and provide access to post-graduate studies.
Students can apply for any of these degrees via the Charles Sturt website at: https://study.csu.edu.au/start-your-application. As part of this process, students will need to upload a copy of their ANZIIF qualification documents in order for CSU to assess and award credit.