Interest in Financial Markets, Institutions, and Quantitative Methods
Students should be highly interested in financial markets and financial institutions and eager to learn the quantitative methods related to them. The MBF programme is challenging and you will be frequently encouraged to go for the extra mile to unleash your full potential. The MBF curriculum is very flexible and designed to define the career path you were destinated for.
Academic and Personal Requirements
The MBF programme is intended for holders of an excellent Bachelor degree in business, economics or in the hard sciences (e.g., mathematics or physics). You should possess strong analytical skills and be ambitious to solve challenging tasks related to financial market theory, institutions, or quantitative finance. Equally important, we expect you to be an effective communicator who is able to explain findings from the frontline of academic research to the practical world. In the MBF programme, our graduates will obtain high-quality education in both theory and application.