Some of the global issues in our times relate to economic growth and sustainable development, unemployment, poverty, financial and monetary crises. The BSc (Hons) Financial Economics programme gives you the opportunity to combine studies in the areas of economics, financial mathematics and statistics for a wider range of careers both within and outside the financial services industry.
You would have more flexibility to venture into diverse fields such as financial planning, macroeconomics, financial forecasting, trading, financial-economic research as well as risk and asset management in banking.
To remain competitive in an increasingly complex financial ecosystem, this programme also incorporates topics in the Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Registered Financial Planner (RFP) and Securities Commission Licensing Examination modules to prepare students for these certifications. Some students are even recommended to take an additional examination in order to obtain a Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) status.
January, March & August
3 Years (full-time)
Average B- or CGPa 2.67 (Minimum 2 principals)
Minimum 14 points
Monash University Foundation Year
Sunway Foundation in Arts
Sunway Foundation in Science Technology
CAVG 60% or CGPA 2.50
* Students may obtain advanced standing if credit transfer requirements are met.
Unified Examination Certificate
Maximum 24 points from 5 subjects (all Grade Bs including Mathematics)
Completed with minimum 26 points (excluding bonus points)
Any other qualifications will be considered on a case-to-case basis
SPM / O-Level: Credit
MQA requires local students to possess a Muet or international english proficiency qualification in order to register for the accounting and finance programme.
IELTS or equivalent 6.0
MUET Band 4
SPM English B3 or B+
UEC English B4
O-Level English (1119) Credit
Sunway Intensive English Programme (IEP) Pass Level 4 with minimum 65%
ESL/English Satisfactory level in Pre-University programmes, where the medium of instruction is English