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Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)
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Type of Organisation

Financial Regulator

Employer Profile

The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) is an independent statutory

authority that supervises institutions across banking, insurance and superannuation

and promotes financial system stability in Australia.


Our mandate is to protect the Australian Community by establishing and enforcing

prudential standards and practices designed to ensure that, under all reasonable

circumstances, financial promises made by institutions we supervise are met within a

stable, efficient and competitive financial system.


Our vision is to deliver a sound and resilient financial system, founded on excellence in prudential supervision.


To achieve this, our employees perform the roles of entity supervisors, policy creators, legal advisors, industry insights & data analysts, resolution, investigation, regulatory liaison and licencing specialists.

Locations where there are vacancies for Graduates 

Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne


Residency requirements for Graduates wishing to apply

Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only

Roles available for Graduates

APRA has a general program that is open to all disciplines, however our mandate historically has attracted graduates with finance, statistical or legal related degrees. Bi-annually APRA opens an IT graduate program, designed for IT graduates only.


Degree subjects required for Graduates wishing to apply

Finance, economics, commerce, actuarial science, econometrics, statistics, data scientists, legal or related disciplines. IT graduates when our IT graduate program opens bi-annually.

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What do recent graduates say are the best things about working with us?

"Consequential, important work, aligns with values, kind and mentoring workforce, interesting and challenging work, good work life balance"

"Great collegial environment, everyone is very nice and welcoming. We work on important projects that have a real impact on the lives of everyday Australians."


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