AFAANZ welcomes its Institutional Members for 2022

 

Auckland University of Technology: Department of Accounting

Australian Catholic University:  Accounting & Finance

Australian National University: Centre for Audit and Assurance Research and Research School of Accounting

Bond University: Bond Business School

Central Queensland University: Department of Accounting, Economics, Finance and Property

Charles Darwin University: Asia Pacific College of Business & Law

Charles Sturt University: School of Accounting and Finance

Curtin University of Technology: School of Accounting

Deakin University: Department of Accounting

Edith Cowan University: School of Business and Law

Flinders University: College of Business, Government and Law

Griffith University: Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

James Cook University: Discipline of Accounting and Finance

La Trobe University: Department of Accounting

Lincoln University: Department of Financial and Business Systems

Macquarie University: Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance and Department of Applied Finance and Actuarial Studies

Massey University: School of Accountancy

Monash University: Department of Accounting and Department of Banking and Finance

Murdoch University: School of Accounting

Notre Dame University: School of Business

Queensland University of Technology: School of Accountancy and School of Economics and Finance

RMIT University: School of Accounting and School of Economics, Finance and Marketing

Southern Cross University: School of Business and Tourism

Swinburne University of Technology: Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance

The University of Adelaide: School of Accounting and Finance

The University of Auckland: Department of Accounting and Finance

The University of Melbourne: Department of Accounting and Department of Finance

The University of New South Wales: Department of Accounting and Department of Banking and Finance

The University of Newcastle: Discipline of Accounting and Finance

The University of Notre Dame Australia: School of Business

The University of Queensland: Accounting and Finance Clusters

The University of Sydney: Discipline of Accounting and Discipline of Finance

The University of Western Australia: Business School

University of Canterbury: Department of Accounting and Information Systems

University of Otago: Department of Accountancy and Finance

University of South Australia: School of Commerce

University of Southern Queensland: School of Commerce

University of Tasmania: School of Business and Economics

University of Technology Sydney: Accounting Discipline Group

University of Waikato: Department of Accounting

University of Wollongong: School of Accounting, Economics and Finance

Victoria University: Business College

Victoria University of Wellington: School of Accounting and Commercial Law

Western Sydney University: School of Business


Institutional Member University Conference/Sponsorship Support

AFAANZ is offering financial support for institutional member universities’ conferences in the disciplines of Accounting and Finance. The financial support is designed to assist those universities in their activities that accord with the AFAANZ objective of broader academic participation and shared learning in the Accounting and Finance disciplines in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools. Accordingly, each institutional member can apply for support of up to $A1000 per calendar year.

Conference Support

AFAANZ is offering financial support to sponsor events that directly contribute to the mission of AFAANZ of improving accounting and finance education and research by:

  • Increasing the capability of academic staff in accounting and finance disciplines;
  • Promoting the accounting and finance profession

To be eligible, events or prizes must directly contribute to the mission of AFAANZ. Preference is given to events held by or directed towards the Institutional members in the disciplines of Accounting and Finance, or applications for events and prizes that facilitate accounting and finance education and research in developing economies.
Accordingly, applicants can apply for support of up to AUD1000 exc. GST.

Criteria:

  • Attendance is expected to be over 30, and at least one third of participants are expected to be from a range of Australian and/or New Zealand universities, not just the host institution(s). Expectations are based on past experience where possible. Pro rata funding may be available in the case of conferences that are expected to be smaller.

  • Participation is open to a broad range of participants across Australia and/or New Zealand.

  • The conference is not part of a usual university seminar series (or equivalent)

  • The objectives of any co-sponsor must be in accordance with the AFAANZ mission(s).

Process:

  • Fill out the application form
  • Funding will be allocated at the discretion of the AFAANZ Board.

  • Fund recipients will acknowledge support from AFAANZ in their promotional materials and proceedings for the event where relevant.

  • After the event, HODs will submit a short report for inclusion in the next AFAANZ newsletter, which will acknowledge AFAANZ’s financial support and promote the activity for the following year. 

     

This support is also available to organisers of AFAANZ Special Interest Group meetings held in association with the AFAANZ Annual Conference.

This financial support is not intended to be intrusive for the conference organisers. The purpose is to further promote the academic community of member and non-member Accounting and Finance educators and researchers in Australia and New Zealand, through AFAANZ’s support of networking and informing activities.


AFAANZ Sponsorship

 

The Accounting & Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ) is offering financial support to facilitate AFAANZs mission of improving accounting and finance education and research by:

  • Increasing the capability of academic staff in accounting and finance disciplines;

  • Promoting the accounting and finance profession

To be eligible, the sponsored activity must directly contribute to the mission of AFAANZ. Preference is given to activities held by or directed towards the Institutional members in the disciplines of Accounting and Finance, or applications for activities that facilitate accounting and finance education and research.

Accordingly, applicants can apply for support of up to AUD1000 exc. GST.

Criteria:

  • The sponsored activity directly contributes to the mission of AFAANZ;

  • Expected participation should be in excess of 30, with at least two-thirds of participants not employed by the host institution;

  • Participation is open to a broad range of participants;

  • The sponsored activity is not part of usual university activities; and

  • The objectives of any co‐sponsor must be in accordance with the objectives of AFAANZ.

Process:

  • Applicants are invited to apply by emailing the application form to info@afaanz.org at least 90 days prior to the activity start date or initial call.

  • Funding will be allocated at the discretion of the AFAANZ Board.

  • Fund recipients will acknowledge support from AFAANZ in their promotional materials and proceedings for the activity where relevant.

  • After the activity, applicants will submit a short report which will acknowledge AFAANZ’s financial support. The report may be included in material AFAANZ prepares for its members.

This financial support is not intended to be intrusive for the organisers. The purpose is to further promote the academic community of member and non‐member Accounting and Finance educators and researchers in Australia and New Zealand, and more broadly.