Master of Finance - Financial Economics in Energy and Environment (EEE)
The Master of Finance – Financial Economics in Energy and Environment (FT MoF-EEE) program is suitable for degree graduates, particularly those with no or little work experience, who would like to specialize in the energy and environment areas of the financial industry. This specialism is built on solid economics and finance foundations and provides students with up-to-date business and financial information on the development of energy and environment markets.
On completion of the FT MoF-EEE program, graduates will be able to:
- Apply conceptual frameworks drawn from Accounting, Risk Management, Economics, Quantitative Method and Law to the analysis of investment and corporate finance issues.
- Solve asset management/corporate finance/ energy and enironmental economics problems as they present themselves in real-life situations.
- Formulate financial strategies and envision their outcomes.
- Open to degree graduateds with little work experience;
- Synthesizes academic thories and up-to-date industry practices;
- Prepares students for Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) examination;
- Offers scholarship to outstanding applicants;
- Focuses on the energy and environment areas of the financial industry;
- Professional Development Lectures given by prominent practitioners provide students with updated industry information;
- The Master of Finance (MoF) programme at PolyU is proud to be an academic partner with GARP for risk education.
- Collaborative Study Programme with UMass Boston
- Students must complete 6 Compulsory Subjects (18 credits), 2 Compulsory Capstone Subjects (6 credits), 3 Compulsory Specialism Subjects (9 credits) and 1 Elective Subject (3 credits).
- A total of 36 credits are required for the Master of Finance (Financial Economics in Energy and Environment) award.
- A Bachelor's degree from a recognized university, preferably with at least a second-class lower division honor, or equivalent; AND
- A minimum score of 600 (Total, Verbal, and Quantitative Scores) in the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) OR a minimum score of 600 (or its equivalence under the revised General Test) in both Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning in Graduate Record Examinations (GRE).
If you are not a native speaker of English, and your Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification was awarded by an institution at which the medium of instruction is not English, you are expected to fulfill the University's minimum English language requirement for admission.
Suitable candidates may be invited to attend admission interviews.
Local students: The tuition fee is HK$190,800 per programme
Non-local students: The tuition fee is HK$255,600 per programme
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