Best Masters of Science (MScs) in International Finance in Asia 2019
Specialized education in international finance is recommended for those who want to pursue business in the multinational arena. Application of knowledge learned to the real-life business environment is often a component in this type of education.
The International Master Program in Global Finance is an English-taught program launched in the Fall semester of 2015 with the main focus in the practical application of
The International Master Program in Global Finance is an English-taught program launched in the Fall semester of 2015 with the main focus in the practical application of financial/accounting/economics theories on global financial markets. This degree program attempts to cultivate financial elites with global perspectives and keen insight/understanding of the operation of global financial markets.
The main themes of this master degree program include:
Engaging in interdisciplinary cooperation between finance, accounting, and economics, and between academic and industries.
Cultivate students’ professional knowledge about the global operation of financial markets.
Develop cross-bordered research/internship opportunities.
We are excited to introduce you to this distinctive Master of Science in International Banking and Finance (MIBF) Program, hosted by the Economics Department of Lingnan U
Lingnan’s Master of Science in International Banking and Finance gives students an in-depth knowledge of the financial industry and a global perspective.
In today’s dynamic economic environment, cross-border business and investment plays an increasingly important part.
“For this reason, international banking and finance services will continue to grow significantly,” says Dr Kent Lai Wan-lung, managing director of the Master of Science in International Banking and Finance (MIBF) offered at Lingnan University. This, though, also means that Hong Kong should remain a key centre for global finance in the coming decades thanks to its reputation for efficiency, its strong infrastructure and geographical position....
This programme replaces the MSc Finance and Development Programme and will start September 2017/18 This programme combines political economy of international finance with
MSc International Finance and Development
Duration: One calendar year (full-time) Two (part-time, daytime only). We recommend that part-time students have between two and a half and three days free in the week to pursue their course of study.
Entry Requirements: At least upper second class or equivalent in Economics OR a joint degree containing Economics PLUS work experience in financial markets and development.
Start of programme: September intake only
Mode of Attendance: Full Time or Part Time
Who is this programme for?
This programme replaces the MSc Finance and Development Programme and will start September 2017/18 This programme combines political economy of international finance with development economics. It is unique in Britain and draws on the specific strengths of SOAS, namely in development economics, political economy and area specialisation. It also draws on the international reputations of SOAS specifically in the political economy of finance....