Master of Science (MSc) in Finance (FinTech and Financial Analytics)
Study Mode Full-time: 1 year; Part-time: 2 years
Tuition Fee HK$288,000/programme
Cut Off Date 30 Apr 2022
Year of Entry 2022 September
Funding Nature Self-financed
Application Start Date 30 Sept 2021
Application Deadline 28 February 2022 (Full-time)
30 April 2022 (Part-time)
Programme DirectorMs Connie Leung
|Aims||The Programme aims at empowering students with knowledge in Finance, FinTech and Financial Analytics, helping them develop the ability to solve finance-related business problems, and nurturing them to better prepare for the fast-growing demand in today’s data-driven economy. Graduates from this programme will develop new insights and perspectives, grab the opportunities from the emerging technologies and analytics skills, and harness them to take the financial industry to the next level.|
|Units Requirement||30 units|
|Required Courses||24 units|
|Elective Courses||6 units|
|Non-credit bearing Course||0 unit|
a Bachelor degree with honours from a recognized university or comparable institution, or a professional qualification deemed to be equivalent.
A satisfactory score on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)/Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is encouraged but not mandatory.
Language Proficiency Requirement
Applicants should possess proof of English proficiency if their first degrees were obtained from non-English-medium institutions:
a minimum IELTS overall band score of 6.5; or
TOEFL score of 79 (internet-based); or
the equivalent score of other tests.
For part-time mode applicants, preference will be given to applicants who have a minimum of three years of relevant work experience, although this may be relaxed for highly qualified applicants.
It is mandatory for students to possess basic training/experience in Finance, Mathematics or Computer Science before embarking on the program. This requirement can be satisfied by the possession of a prior academic degree with major/minor in one of the required fields, by the completion of a substantial number of courses in these fields or by related previous working experience. Applicants who do not possess these qualifications will be required to satisfactorily complete specific preparatory courses covering areas such as quantitative methods (Mathematics, Statistics), Finance and Economics. The students should gain a “pass” in the required preparatory courses before being officially admitted to the Programme.
Qualified applicants will be required to attend an admission interview as part of the selection process.