Master of Science in International Banking and Finance

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Course Structure

Cluster Courses
At least one course in each of the five core clusters

Corporate Finance Cluster
IBF502 Corporate Finance

and / or

IBF603 Multinational Financial Management

 

International Cluster
IBF504 International Macroeconomics or IBF615 International Money and Finance

and / or

IBF622 International Trade & Its Financing

 

Investment Cluster
IBF505 Investment Theory and Application

and / or

IBF617 Global Investment

 

Financial Institutions Cluster

IBF606 Financial Institutions on the Chinese Mainland and in Hong Kong

and / or

IBF611 Management of Financial Institutions

and / or

IBF616 Comparative Development of International Financial Centers

 

Quantitative Cluster

IBF604 Financial Econometrics (pre-requisite of IBF618 Advanced Financial Econometrics)

and / or

IBF618 Advanced Financial Econometrics

and / or

A summer course of mathematics and statistics and quantitative method for finance and economics (course name TBC)

 

List of Courses

IBF502 Corporate Finance
IBF504 International Macroeconomics
IBF505 Investment Theory and Application
IBF601 Microeconomics of Banking
IBF602 Derivatives and Risk Management
IBF603 Multinational Financial Management
IBF604 Financial Econometrics
IBF605 Business Valuation and Financial Statement Analysis
IBF606 Financial Institutions in China and Hong Kong
IBF609 Globalization and Financial Market Development
IBF611 Management of Banks and Financial Institutions
IBF612 Selected Topics in Banking and Finance
IBF613 Credit Risk Management
IBF614 Fixed-Income Securities
IBF615 International Money and Finance
IBF616 Comparative Development of International Financial Centres
IBF617 Global Investment
IBF618 Advanced Financial Econometrics
IBF619 Accounting for Financial Professionals
IBF620 Legal Issues in the Regulation and Compliance of Financial and Banking Institutions
IBF621 Behavioral Finance
IBF622 International Trade & Its Financing (New)

Usually about 20 courses are offered in one year. Some courses may not be offered every year depending on availability of teachers.