MBA in the finance specialisation helps students to acquire the knowledge of financial management, advanced skills in assessing financial risks and rewards, so that you can direct organisations in ways that optimise their value and enhances their skills and business acumen. Students will study courses in areas like portfolio management, global finance, financial markets, corporate financial analysis, decision making and learn to apply financial theories to real decisions.
- A minimum of a second class lower Bachelors degree with honors from any recognized public / private universities by Government; OR
- Any other equivalent recognized qualification
- Two letters of reference / recommendation provided by former or current employer or professor or Community Leader
- International students shall posses a proficiency in English language with a minimum score of 500 for TOEFL (paper based), 6.0 for IELTS or English language as mother tongue or minimum score of 500 in GMAT
For non-Malaysian citizens, please refer to the Malaysian Qualification Agency’s (MQA) List of Overseas Qualifications & its equivalency with Malaysian Education System (PDF) to see if you qualify for this course.
Overall IELTS band of 6.5 with no individual band less than 5.5 or other equivalent English test approved by the UKBA. Please refer to the English Language Qualification approved by the UK
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Marketing Management||Managerial Economics|
|Quantitative Methods for Business||Bank Management|
|Modern Security Analysis|
|Fund Management & Treasury Operations|
With an MBA and a specialisation in finance, opportunities in the corporate world are greatly enhanced. Graduates are typically found in the following employment:
- Large and small sized industrial firms (which may be manufacturers of automobiles, steel, household appliances and electronic equipment)
- Service-oriented firms (electric power, real estate and retail firms)
- Financial institutions (banks, state and federally chartered savings and loan associations, and insurance companies)
- Non-profit enterprises (universities, labor unions and foundations) and private businesses.