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The MSc Finance programme engages students in a comprehensive training regimen that combines financial theories, quantitative skills and challenging real-world applications, all taught by a premier group of international faculty and senior industry practitioners. Graduates of this programme gain a comprehensive understanding of the tools and methods used across the broad finance industry, setting the stage for rewarding careers in fields such as securities, banking, financial management, and consulting industries. All classes are conducted in English, and the 18-month normative study period provides ample time for internships in the dynamic Shenzhen Bay Area.

A curriculum highlights is a multidisciplinary course called Contemporary Issues in Chinese Financial Development. Topics address a wide range of vital issues, with lectures from high level finance practitioners. The workshop format involves students in advanced problem-solving exercises across some of the leading topics in China’s financial sector today.

SFI’s MSc Finance programme continues to evolve, and the newest development is our Advanced Research Track (ART) programme, designed to prepare students for top school PhD programmes and other research-intensive industry positions. ART research topics focus on important current issues in the finance and economic sectors and instructed by the prestigious experts that lead SFI’s highly regarded Research Centers.

Варианты обучения

Очная (18 месяцев)

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Начало обучения

Предполагаемое начало: Январь 2021


The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen

2001 Longxiang Road,

Longgang District,



518172, China

Вступительные требования

Для иностранных студентов

To join the programme, applicants should have:

A Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university and achieve an average grade of not lower than “B”; or equivalent;
All applications must submit one of the following original score reports/certificates for assessment:

  • TOEFL (550 Paper-based; 213 computer-based; or 79 internet-based); or
  • IELTS (Academic) (6.5); or GMAT (Verbal not lower than 21); or
  • GRE not lower than Verbal Reasoning 151, Quantitative Reasoning 153 and Analytical Writing 3.6; or equivalent;
  • Candidates must demonstrate strong interest in pursuing a professional career in finance, and generally have completed the undergraduate level courses in statistics and calculus.