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The programme aims to produce competent graduates with the fundamental knowledge and skills to undertake capital appraisals, financial assets valuation and management of investments and risks in various financial markets including equities, bond, FOREX, commodities and derivatives. Specifically, the programme will expose students to both theoretical and practical approaches in areas such as corporate finance, security analysis and portfolio management, to name a few. Overall, the programme encompasses a comprehensive study of money markets, financial instruments, financial planning, banking and corporate restructuring.
Qualifications Academic Requirements
UCSI Foundation: Pass
STPM: 2 principals
A-Level: 2 principals
UEC: 5 credits
CPU: Average of 60% in 6 subjects
National Matriculation: CGPA 2.0
International Baccalaureate: Overall score of 26/42
Diploma / Advance Diploma / Degree / equivalent: To be assessed by faculty on case-by-case basis. Credit transfers are possible with the submission of academic transcripts and course syllabus
Other Year 12 Equivalent: Average of 60% English requirements:
Minimum score of Band 5 in MUET; Band 5.5 in IELTS; or a score of 213 (Computer-based) / 550 (Written-based) / 79 - 80 (Internet-based) in TOEFL.
Students are exempted from the above English requirements if they possess any of the following examination grades in their English subjects:
SPM (A+, A or A-); UEC (A1 or A2); a credit in O-Level (minimum C6); or 4 out of 7 in International Baccalaureate (IB)
Qualification/Examination is of English curriculum
If English Language requirements are not fulfilled, additional English module(s) may be taken at UCSI, concurrently with the above undergraduate programme
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