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Explore career paths in banking and financial services

Banking and finance firms look for candidates with a whole range of skills and backgrounds as this brings diverse ideas and thought processes to an organisation.

Introduction to careers in banking and financial services

New Zealand’s banks might be lean, but in one year alone they contributed more than $7.6 billion to the economy while employing more than 25,000 people
Banking and financial services industry overview
New Zealand’s banks might be lean, but in one year alone they contributed more than $7.6 billion to the economy while em…
Careers advice for commerce students
Commerce degrees are well-rounded, opening a lot of doors in the business world. We’ll walk you through some ways to fig…
26 difficult banking interview questions (and how to answer them)
Upon graduating from your course, you will enter an ever-increasing competitive job market.
Banking and financial services industry overview
New Zealand’s banks might be lean, but in one year alone they contributed more than $7.6 billion to the economy while em…
Careers advice for commerce students
Commerce degrees are well-rounded, opening a lot of doors in the business world. We’ll walk you through some ways to fig…
26 difficult banking interview questions (and how to answer them)
Upon graduating from your course, you will enter an ever-increasing competitive job market.

Career pathways

This is where the rubber hits the road! Check out if you're inspired by these career pathways in banking and financial services?

Some of them are even recruiting students straight out of secondary school. If you like what you see, why not get in touch to learn more!? These employers would love to hear from you!

Related degrees

So you've decided you might like to pursue banking and financial services further? Check out these related courses!

While further study is no longer always a prerequisite for a career in banking and financial services, some courses can help launch your career to new levels!


Certificate

The Certificate in Commerce (CertCom) is an option if you want to add commerce content alongside your non-commerce degree, or do not want to study the full Bachelor of Commerce degree.

Certificate

If you want a formal university qualification but do not want to undertake a full degree programme, the Certificate in Business Studies could be for you. It is ideal if you have an interest in a particular subject area or would like to study a range of courses for personal interest.

Bachelor

Economics is vital to both the social sciences and public policy. This major develops and applies concepts and frameworks that are essential for understanding and addressing critical economic and social issues.