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Why HKU Master of Finance

The HKU Business School Master of Finance (MFin) Programme is a one year full-time interdisciplinary programme combining techniques in statistics, mathematics, physics, engineering and computer programming with the knowledge in finance, accounting, economics and law.

 

Our comprehensive and quantitative curriculum offers students multiple learning streams, as well as the option of double concentration, which they can select according to their interests and career aspirations.

 

Students on this programme will have access to a first-class teaching faculty, outstanding alumni and mentors, and will benefit from internship opportunities with big names in the industry.

 

HKU MFin programme also enjoys professional partnerships with the CFA Institute and GARP to ensure the curriculum is closely tied to professional practice and well-suited to prepare students for the demand of the global financial industry as well as to sit for the CFA examinations. 

 

The HKU Brand

The HKU Heritage

Become one of the future leaders by studying at the first university in Hong Kong, and one of the most reputable universities in the world. You will join a family of influential alumni that hold prominent positions in various sectors across the region.

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Professional Partnership

Professional Partnerships

The HKU Master of Finance is closely tied to professional practices and adapts to the changes of the global financial market. As a University Affiliation Program of the CFA Institute, we prepare students for professional excellence and credentials. Our partnership with the Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) is solid proof of our dedication to risk education and nurture global risk management talents.

Professional Partnerships
Well-Structured Curriculum

Full Spectrum of Expertise

With multiple learning streams, HKU Master of Finance students will not only receive cutting-edge training in financial theory, but also the mathematical, statistical and computer training necessary for a multitude of financial disciplines. Students may also apply for double concentration, which focuses on 2 specialised areas within the 1-year study.

Curriculum Structure
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The Bloomberg Laboratory

The Bloomberg Laboratory of HKU Business School was established in 2010 for students to gain firsthand trading experience, access to information available to practitioners and acquire practical market knowledge and skills that will help them to develop a holistic and coherent understanding of global financial markets.

The Bloomberg Laboratory