All about Financial Mathematics program in University Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), like Intake date, Tuition fees, Scholarship, Faculty, Campus and etc.
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This programme stresses producing graduates with advanced training in quantitative finance. Nowadays, as the economic environment becomes more and more complicated, we need financial professionals who are capable to analyse, evaluate and plan for the global and regional economy.
UTAR's Finance Mathematics program provides the best training for this purpose. Mathematical finance draws from the disciplines of probability theory, statistics, scientific computing and partial differential equations to provide models and derive relationships between fundamental variables such as asset prices, market movements and interest rates.
These mathematical tools allow us to draw conclusions. For example, the theory of option pricing due to Black, Scholes and Merton allow us to assign a value to an option using arbitrage-free arguments. This theory, for which Scholes and Merton were awarded the Nobel Prize in 1997, is an excellent illustration of the interaction between mathematics and financial theory.
Other than its application to trading and regulation, the theory of finance has now become increasingly mathematical that problems in finance are now driving certain areas of mathematical research.
STPM with minimum Grade C+ in 2 subjects
A-Level with minimum Grade D in 2 subjects
South Australian Matriculation (SAM) with an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) 73 with Grade B in 2 subjects
Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) with minimum Grade B5 in 5 subjects
A Credit in 1 SPM Mathematics subject / equivalent
Canadian Pre-University (CPU) with an average of 73% in 6 subjects including 1 Mathematics subject
Foundation in Science, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) with minimum CGPA 2.50
Foundation in Arts, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) (Management and Accountancy Stream) with minimum CGPA 2.67
Foundation from other Institutions of Higher Learning in the relevant field with minimum CGPA 2.50
Matriculation Certificate, Ministry of Education (Science Stream) with minimum CGPA 2.50
Diploma, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) in the relevant field with minimum CGPA 2.50
Diploma from other Institutions of Higher Learning in the relevant field with minimum CGPA 2.50
Other equivalent qualifications recognised by the Malaysian Government with minimum CGPA 2.50
Business Accounting I Calculus I Calculus II Co-Curriculum Elective Group III Fundamentals of Linear Algebra Fundamentals of Programming Introduction to Scientific Computing Macroeconomics I Microeconomics I Numerical Methods Portfolio Managem
Financial Analyst Risk Manager Commercial Bank Consultant Investment Consultant
|Totally (USD)||Yearly (USD)|
|$ 13713||$ 4571|
Duration: 3 Years Intakes: January, May, October
Jalan Sungai Long, Bandar Sungai Long, Cheras, 43000 Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia