they arent to 'further' ur qualifications. without ur exemptions, u cant practice as an actuary and its very unlikely for u to get a job as an actuary ...aditya said::s the exams are to further ur qualifications arent they :S so if u dunt have the qualifications how can u further them?? right? :S
no at unsw the only way to get Part II is by doing honours in actuarial studies AFTER you complete the degree and get invited by the uni to do sounmentionable said:i have a very noob question to ask
so to be exempt from Part II at UNSW i must do a double degree?
does it have to be something specific like science majoring in maths or statistics or something? .... hmmm probably does
also if i get co-op then ill be exempt without double right?
Actually, to complete the subjects in the control cycle (aka Part II), you only have to do the courses ACTL4001 and ACTL4002, with permission from the Head of Department (Mike Sherris). He'll take into account your results in other subjects and any work experience you have, etc. when deciding whether to let you do them or not.redslert said:no at unsw the only way to get Part II is by doing honours in actuarial studies AFTER you complete the degree and get invited by the uni to do so take note that there are less than half a dozen honours students each year
in co-op it is the same thing.....after the 4years co-op program, you can take up honours to get Part II which equals 5years
5 yrs (5 x 48uoc = 240uoc) but u only meet 7 of the 9 exemptions. Other exemption subjects and Part 2 subjects must be completed as non-award courses (overload maybe?)ramanij said:how many yrs will it take to complete the b commerce/ b law? Is it 6 yrs if i want both part 1 and part 11 completed and 7 yrs for all 3 parts?
thanks !flyin' said:We only share the same Part I syllabus. Our Part II and III are different from theirs. You just do Part III by correspondence, so yes you can do it overseas I think.
Under some IAA agreement with their UK counterparts, if you are an FIAA you'll be recognised as an FIA if you work for some length of time in UK as an actuary. Can't remember how long tho.