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This Master of Finance program will be offered jointly by Queen's School of Business and Renmin University's Hanqing Advanced Institute of Economics and Finance in Beijing, China. Queen's School of Business is one of the world's premier business schools, renowned for its innovative approaches to business education. Renmin University of China is one of the most prestigious universities in China, and has produced many influential figures in China's reform and development.Learn more
The Program provides the highest quality training, and covers applied financial knowledge and skills that are used globally. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for a career in Finance or to continue on to a PhD in a relevant area. The curriculum consists of 10 courses, five taught by Renmin faculty and five taught by Queen's faculty. Students have the option to travel to Canada for one of the Queen's-led courses. All classes are taught in English and held on weekends.
All applications for entry into the program must be made through Renmin – Hanqing. Applicants must possess an undergraduate university degree and at least two years of relevant work experience. As well, students must meet the English language requirements of the program.
The Queen’s Master of Finance program in Beijing provides an exceptional opportunity to spend a year in China, gaining exposure to the world’s fastest-growing economy, while earning a Queen’s Master of Finance degree. Because classes are held on weekends, there is ample time to take advantage of the local culture and landscape. This experience will be invaluable as you progress in your career.
The Queen’s Master of Finance program in Beijing provides an outstanding opportunity to earn a world-class graduate degree in finance from Canada’s Queen’s School of Business. Because classes are held on weekends, you may complete the program while you continue to work, making this option an outstanding value compared to other full-time programs in China or North America.
The Financial Times has called a Master’s degree in Finance the “must-have degree” for people pursuing a career in investment banking or asset management. The increasing globalization of the financial sector has created the need for recognized qualifications for those who work in finance.