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MSc International Finance

A Distinctive New Program

This dynamic new program is designed for those wanting to work in dynamic financial markets, and will be taught by both academics and financial market practitioners. It is designed to provide graduates with the underlying theoretical knowledge as well as practical skills to apply these concepts. Students will learn to identify how industry practice builds upon the theory  and to develop practical approaches to investing and risk management.

MSc in International Finance
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Employment opportunities

Students graduating from International Finance programs will be prepared for these types of opportunities:

  • Asset Management

  • Equity Research

  • M&A and Private Equity

  • Strategic Consulting

  • Structured Finance

Course Content

  • Valuation & Investments

  • Capital Markets

  • Corporate Finance

  • Financial Accounting and Decision-Making

  • Managing Risk

  • International Finance in ASEAN: Wealth Management to Infrastructure finance

One and Two Year Options

  • The Masters in International Finance is a one year, 36 credit program.

  • The MSc International Finance is a two year, 48 credit program that has 36 credits of courses and an internship, exchange, minor, or research study choice in year two.

Admission Requirements

  • Hold a Bachelor’s degree* or it’s equivalent with a minimum 2.75 GPA out of 4.

  • English proficiency: IELTS 5; TOEFL 173; I TOEFL 60;  if English is not your native language.

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