Bachelor of Business (Hons) Banking & Finance
- Field Of Study:
- Business Administration & Management
- Level Of Study:
- Course Subject:
- Course Intake:
- August, March
This programme is designed to equip students with a background of banking and finance concepts, as well as knowledge and skills that allow for practical application in the modern-day workplace.
Students are prepared for a wide-array of careers in financial sectors, including financial consultancy, stock broker, commercial and investment banking, securities commission and central bank.
Graduates of this programme will learn how to harness their analytical skills to seek solutions via creative ideas. Students will also learn how to polish their interpersonal and communication skills.
- In-depth understanding of banking & finance via modules such as Money & Banking, Banking Law, Investment Management, Derivatives Securities, Islamic Finance, Doing Business in Asia, and Business Ethics & Values.
- Understanding of the capital market through modules by Securities Industry Development Corporation (SIDC) and Bursa Malaysia Derivatives, such as Futures & Options, and Rules & Regulations of Futures & Options.
- Understanding of financial planning through module by Credit Counseling & Debt Management Agency (an agency under Bank Negara Malaysia), such as the Personal Financial Planning.
- The Module Adoption Programme (MAP) links theory to practice by inviting industry specialists such as CIMB Group to give lectures, share experiences, case studies and projects to enhance students’ learning.
- Opportunity to embark on a fast-track employment programme (Exec Track Programme) with CIMA and KPMG for selected students.
Learning Beyond the Classroom
- Exposure to latest industry practices and trends via professional development activities such as business simulations, tea talks, dialogues, forum, workshops and scholarly updates.
- Service learning through community based projects, which cultivates students’ civic responsibility and understanding of relationships between theory, practice, values and community.
Dynamic Internship Exposure
- Minimum 10-week internship exposes students to the real working environment and provides relevant skills for future employment.
- Taylor’s University and the University of the West of England (UWE)
- Taylor’s Business Foundation (TBF): Pass with min. CGPA 2.00
- Diploma in Business (DIB): Pass with min. CGPA 2.00
- Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM): Min. CCC with CGPA 2.00
- Unified Examination Certificate (UEC): Min. 5Bs. Max. 24 points
- A Level: Min. CDD or equivalent of min. 200 points
- South Australian Matriculation (SAM): Min. ATAR 65
- Canadian Pre-University (CPU): Min. average of 65% in 6 subjects
- International Baccalaureate (IB): Min. 24 points in 6 subjects
- Other Qualifications: Students with other qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis
- IELTS: Band 6.0
- TOEFL: 79 (Internet Based Test)
- MUET: Band 4
- UEC English: B4
Students who have completed a full year preparatory / foundation study in English may be exempted from meeting the English requirements.
- Credit Manager
- Credit Processing
- Corporate Treasurer
- Finance Manager
- Financial Research Analyst
- Fund Manager
- Investment Analyst
- Mortgage Sales
- Risk Management Manager
Source: Taylor’s University