Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
CRICOS: 00002J; 02942D (ELC)
The Master of Applied Finance (Beijing) course structure is based on the Master of Applied Finance offered in Sydney and Melbourne, one of the leading courses of its kind in the world, recognised and respected by industry in major financial centres. Delivered in Mandarin, the Master of Applied Finance (Beijing) features high quality face-to-face teaching, by lecturers with strong industry experience, to finance industry participants. Classes are held in block mode to suit work, study and lifestyle commitments. The course is ideal for those students who have prior learning in the field, are working in the financial services industry, or are from a non-finance background and are seeking to transition into the finance sector. Students who have a non-finance background can enter via completion of the Tsinghua University Gateway course (or recognised equivalent). The course is structured to allow students to develop excellence in a sharply focused field. They gain a thorough understanding of the field through their study of five compulsory units and have the opportunity to explore their areas of interest in greater detail from a range of perspectives through a selection of six specialised elective courses. Face-to-face teaching is supported by blended learning curriculum and assessment. The course is internationally recognised as one of the most rigorous and professional postgraduate finance courses available. Students who have completed the Master of Applied Finance have gone on to occupy senior positions within banking, corporate finance, stockbroking, investment management, venture capital, project finance, industrial, mining and risk management firms in Australia and overseas. The MAppFin is also recognised by a number of professional bodies (https://www.mafc.mq.edu.au/study/accreditation-and-career-development).
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