Students enrolled in Financial Management program have an opportunity to learn about investment management, corporate finance, international finance, financial institutions. Core business courses cover topics such as operation management, managing teams, and managerial decision making.
The master's degree program in financial management typically includes courses in business, finances, management, and accounting, which teach students to manage cash, make investments and manage the finances of an individual or a company. Students explore the underlying problems of many poor financial decisions and identify concepts designed to turn financial systems around.
There are many career opportunities for students that complete this major, including working as a financial analyst, asset manager, and research associate for investment companies, investment banks, hedge funds, insurance companies, and securities brokers.
- China Panorama,
- Basic Chinese,
- Financial Accounting Theory and Research,
- International Financial Research,
- Measure Economics,
- Financial Management.
Key Course Facts
- Start dates: September 2019
- Course length: 2.5 years
- Age requirements: 18 years and above.
Academic Entry Requirement
Successful completion of an undergraduate degree with good grades and full transcripts.
Applicants are required to provide recommendation letters from two professors or associate professors.
English Language Entry Requirement
IELTS 5.5 (with a minimum of 5.0 in all subskills) or equivalent.
Applicants with IELTS 5.0 or below can enroll on Foundation courses prior to commencing their studies.
Tuition and Program Fee
- 35,000 RMB (5,400 USD approx.) for the first academic year;
- 35,000 RMB (5,400 USD approx.) for the next one and a half year.
About the School
Dongbei University of Finance and Economics (DUFE) was founded in 1952. DUFE is one of China’s top-ranked finance, banking and economics universities, consistently in the top three nationally for prod ... Read More