I graduated with a Bachelor of Business in Accounting (high credit average) from UTS in 2012. Did a co-op placement in Big 4 Audit earlier that same year which was the last time I worked in a corporate role. Several years along, I'm looking into doing a Masters in Financial Planning part-time and am looking at both UNSW and Kaplan. Naturally, UNSW has the better standing as a university, however the course fees are significantly higher ($3,900 vs $2,275 per subject). Both ultimately would lead to the same CFP exemptions and whilst not fully online, UNSW also offers a portion of it's subjects this way. Accordingly, my questions are: 1. Has anyone got any knowledge of whether major employers such as banks actually hire Kaplan graduates (notwithstanding academic performance)? I've got several family members at major banks who say they put they're people through Kaplan courses, but this is different to hiring their fresh graduates. 2. Does anyone have any insight on the differences in rigour between the two? For example, I know UNSW offers electives from the Tax and Business Law faculty which seem like they would cover at more depth these elements of financial planning at least. Any other advice is more than appreciated. Thanks!