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The Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons) in Finance prepares students for a successful career by harnessing their mathematical and strategic skills to propel growth in any organisation.
The programme prepares students with an in-depth understanding of how financial stocks and bonds, domestic and international finance issues and dimensions, and currency risks are managed. The modules will allow students to develop skills and knowledge in subjects such as corporate financial management, capital markets, and the principles and practices of risk management.
In lieu with our aim to be a global university the business programmes at IUMW are meticulously designed to produce high-performing individuals that can succeed in any context across the world. Students are transformed into career-progressive individuals with the tools required to advance as business professionals leading the way in today’s global business environment
*Pass Mathematics and English at SPM level or any equivalent qualification International Students: IELTS Band 5.5, or TOEFL score of 550.
Specific requirements at SPM level can be waived should the grades obtained at the STPM / STAM / Diploma / Matriculation / Foundation are equivalent or higher.
English Competency Requirements
All international students are bound to the English Competency requirement set by the University and the Malaysian Qualification Agency except those who are:
UWTSD Requirements (if you spend a semester abroad)
Choose any FOUR (4) elective
*Business Modelling and Spreadsheet
*Introduction to Entrepreneurial Behaviour
*Consumer and Buyer Behaviour
*Organisational Theory and Design
Choose any ONE (1) elective
*Compulsory for Dual Award students
Assessments under the Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Finance programme are varied; they are based on either full coursework (100%) or a combination of coursework and final examination. The most common combination to be found is 60% coursework and 40% for final examination. Classes are held face-to-face, and include lectures and tutorials (offline and online). Our students are expected to demonstrate their understanding through several forms of assessments, including but not limited to discussions, essays, reports, quizzes, projects and written tests.
Students are expected to undergo six (6) long semesters and three (3) short semesters, over a span of three years. In the final semester, students can opt to go for an 8-week Industrial training or undertake a research project. At the end of the programme, students will have completed 120 credits and graduate with a MQA-accredited Bachelor’s degree.