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Accounting & Finance Finance and Compliance

BSc Banking and Finance
銀行及金融學理學士

CEF Reimbursable Course (selected modules only)

CEF Reimbursable Course (selected modules only)

University of London (Academic Direction: London School of Economics and Political Science)
Awarded by
University of London (Academic Direction: London School of Economics and Political Science)
Course Code
MS046A

Study mode
Part-time
Start Date
To be advised
Next intake(s)
09-2021
Duration
2 years to 6 (Max) years
Language
ENG
How to Apply
Enquiries
Admission: 3761-1122
Tuition Course: 2867-8319
28610278

This degree provides students with a significant insight of the financial role in industrialized economies by exploring the financial markets, interaction between financial intermediations and all other financial institutes. Not only students will learn about the pricing of financial assets and why and how corporations issue various types of assets, but they will also look at the operation of domestic and international intermediations.

Programme Objectives
This programme aims to:
  1. provide students with an understanding of the ways in which financial intermediaries and institutions operate, and the structure and functioning of financial markets;
  2. give students knowledge about the pricing of financial assets, and why and how corporations issue various types of assets;
  3. provide students with an understanding of precisely how such intermediaries operate, both on a domestic level and in the international arena;
  4. provide students with an understanding of how banks (and other institutions) might use financial assets, for example derivatives, in risk management procedures;
  5. provide students with a well-rounded coverage of the major issues and areas of modern financial theory and practice.
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs) of the Programme

On completion of the programme, students should be able to

A.   Knowledge and understanding
  1. communicate knowledge and understanding of several of the major contexts within which banking operates, based on a critical evaluation of related theoretical and conceptual frameworks and of empirical evidence as to its effects; (modules 1, 3, 7, and 8, plus modules 11 and 12 from selected from electives g, l, and m)
  2. communicate knowledge and understanding of, and appropriate ability to use and critically evaluate, current and major alternative technical languages and practices of banking and finance, together with appropriate ability to apply them; (modules 3, 5, 6, 8, and 9)
  3. manipulate financial and other numerical data and appropriate understanding of and ability to apply mathematical and statistical concepts; (modules 1 to 10, plus modules 11 and 12 selected from electives e, g to j, l, and m)
  4. communicate and apply knowledge and understanding of the principles of business information systems management to an appropriate level; (modules 11 and 12 selected from elective k, and n)
  5. analyse business activities and perform financial analyses and projections in appropriate contexts of planning, decision making and control to an appropriate level; and to recognize the limitations of these techniques; (modules 4 to 6, and 8 to 10, plus modules 11 and 12 selected from electives e, and g to j)
  6. understand the pricing of financial assets and why and how corporations issue various types of assets; (modules 3, 5, 6, and 9)
  7. demonstrate appropriate ability to communicate knowledge and understanding of financial management, risk and the operation of financial markets, based on critical evaluation of theories and empirical evidence. (modules 5, 6, 8, and 9)
 B.  Intellectual and cognitive skills
  1. locate, extract, analyse and draw reasoned conclusions from multiple sources (including electronic sources) of appropriate literature and relevant data and acknowledge and reference sources appropriately; (modules 1 to 12)
  2. critically analyse arguments; (modules 1, 2b, and 3 to 12)
  3. assimilate and lucidly evaluate alternative views. (modules 1, 2b, and 3 to 12)
C.   Transferable skills
  1. communicate effectively in a written context; (modules 1, 2b, and 3 to 12)
  2. use information technology (spread-sheets, word-processing and online databases) appropriately; (modules 4, 5, 6, and 10, plus modules 11 and 12 selected from electives a, f, i, j, and k)
  3. organise information, and to assimilate and evaluate competing arguments; (modules 1, 2b, and 3 to 12)
  4. manage their own learning, including working effectively to deadlines; (modules 1 to 12)
  5. be open minded and have a capacity to handle ideas and scrutinise information in critical, evaluative and analytical ways. (modules 1 to 12)

Programme Structure (Study at HKU SPACE)

The entire programme consists of 12 modules (30 credits each).

Upon completion of 12 modules (360 credits), students will be awarded the Bachelor of Science in Banking and Finance by the University of London. No other exit awards are accredited by HKCAAVQ.

A. Programme Structure (Standard Route)

The below programme structure is for students who first registered in 2021-22, for students who registered in 2020-21 or earlier, the programme structure should be followed by the programme regulation on the University of London Website. 

All programmes in Standard Route consist of 12 courses.
Minimum Duration: 3 years part time*
* Students who gain 3 APLs can complete the programme in 2 years.

For students first registering for a degree in 2021-22
To be eligible for the award of a degree, you must attempt all 12 courses of the study programme and pass a minimum of 11 (but this would result in a drop in the class band of the degree award).
For details, please refer to the University of London programme regulations: http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/

 

The Course Structure of BSc Banking and Finance**
Level 100 courses

1. Introduction to Economics
2. Mathematics 1 (Half course) and Statistics 1 (Half course)
3. Principles of Banking and Finance
4. Principles of Accounting

Level 200 / 300 courses

5. Asset Pricing and Financial Markets
6. Principles of Corporate Finance
7. Choose ONE from below:

  • Microeconomics
  • Macroeconomics

8. Financial Intermediation
9. Investment Management

10. Auditing and Assurance

11-12. Choose TWO from below

a. Marketing Management^
b. Organisation Theory: an interdisciplinary approach
c. The Law of Business Organisations
d. Human Resource Management
e. Strategy
f.  Management and Innovation of e-business
g. Monetary Economics
h. Managerial Economics∆#
i.  Financial Reporting#
j.  Management Accounting#
k. Information Systems Management#
l.  Microeconomics∆#
m. Macroeconomics#
n.  Business and Management in a Global Context#

 ∆ Students cannot take Managerial Economics with Microeconomics.
# Students can only take one module among these modules (h to n).
^ The course was named "Principles of Marketing" before.​​
 

** Subject to change and approval. 

The above programme structure is intended to be used as a guide by prospective students. Students must also follow the programme structure presented by the University of London International Programmes Programme Specification and Regulations.

HKU SPACE may not offer all courses in each year.

B. Programme Structure (Graduate Entry Route)

Recognized degree holders can study the BSc Programmes through Graduate Entry Route.

The programme in Graduate Entry Route consists of 9 courses.

Students who are admitted through the Graduate Entry Route (Refer to the Entry Requirements) will have to take courses 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9 and one module from a to g under modules 11 to 12.

For the Graduate Entry Route degree programmes, you must successfully pass all nine courses to be eligible for the award of degree. 

Notes:

  1. The course syllabus is available in the University of London prospectus: http://www.londoninternational.ac.uk/
  2. Degrees are awarded with First Class Honours, Second Class Honours, Third Class Honours or Pass.
  3. The above programme structure is intended for use by prospective students for the University of London BSc Programmes at HKU SPACE and is subjected to the final approval.
  4. HKU SPACE may not offer all courses in each year.

Course Fee# 

Total fees:  Around HK$72,385 + GBP6,451 (2021-22 enrolment) (3-year part-time study)
Year 1:
Application Fee*: GBP107
Initial Registration Fee*: GBP1,146
HKU SPACE Tuition Course Fee (4 full courses):  HK$5,200 x 4 = HK$20,800
Exam fee (4 full courses and to be adjusted in Dec 2021):
GBP1,384* + HK$3,815 (enrolled in 2017-18 or after)/GBP1,144* + HK$3,815 (enrolled in 2016-17 or earlier)

Total fee for Year 1:  GBP2,637* + HK$24,615 (enrolled in 2017-18 or after)/
                                              GBP2,397* + HK$24,615 (enrolled in 2016-17 or earlier)
Year 2:
Continuing Registration Fee*: GBP523 (enrolled in 2017-18 or after)/GBP485 (enrolled in 2016-17 or earlier)
HKU SPACE Tuition Course Fee (4 full courses): HK$5,200 x 4 = HK$20,800
Exam fee (4 full courses and to be adjusted in Dec 2021):
GBP1,384* + HK$3,085 (enrolled in 2017-18 or after)/GBP1,144* + HK$3,085 (enrolled in 2016-17 or earlier)

Total fee for Year 2:   GBP1,907* + HK$23,885 (enrolled in 2017-18 or after)
                                               GBP1,629* + HK$23,885 (enrolled in 2016-17 or earlier)
Year 3:
Continuing Registration Fee*: GBP523 (enrolled in 2017-18 or after)/GBP485 (enrolled in 2016-17 or earlier)
HKU SPACE Tuition Course Fee (4 full courses): HK$5,200 x 4 = HK$20,800
Exam fee (4 full courses and to be adjusted in Dec 2021):
GBP1,384* + HK$3,085 (enrolled in 2017-18 or after)/GBP1,144* + HK$3,085 (enrolled in 2016-17 or earlier)

Total fee for Year 3:  GBP1,907* + HK$23,885 (enrolled in 2017-18 or after)
                                              GBP1,629* + HK$23,885 (enrolled in 2016-17 or earlier)
* Registration Fees and Examination fees payable to University of London for 2021/2022 academic year have been updated and are effective from 25 January 2021. All the fees paid in GBP also subject to the exchange rate.
# All the fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change without prior notice.

 

Assessment

Assessment will be done by examination. Each course is assessed by one written examination determined by the University of London. All examinations are held once a year in May/June. 

Duration
  • Standard Route (To obtain the FIRST Degree)
    Minimum: 3 years*
    Maximum: 6 years
    * Students who gain 3 APL can complete the programme in 2 years.

    Graduate Route (To obtain the SECOND Degree)
    Minimum: 2 years
    Maximum: 6 years

    Each HKU SPACE tuition course comprises a total of 54 teaching hours.

    Classes will normally be held on weekday evenings and weekends which may include Sundays & public holidays.
Venue Non-Local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance

This is an exempted course under the Non-local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead.

Introduction to Economics

This course aims to introduce students to an understanding of the domain of economics as a social theory; the main analytical tools which are used in economic analysis; the main conclusions derived from economic analysis. It will also develop students’ understanding of their organizational and policy implications and enable them to participate in debates on economic matters.

Mathematics 1 (half course)

The course aims to enable students to acquire mathematical skills including multivariate calculus and linear algebra, as required for their use in economics-based subjects. It also prepares students for further study in courses of mathematics and/or related disciplines.

Statistics 1 (half course)

The emphasis of the module is on the application of statistical methods in management, economics and the social sciences. Attention will focus on the interpretation of tables and results and the appropriate way to approach statistical problems. Treatment is at an elementary mathematical level. Ideas of probability, inference and multivariate analysis are introduced and are further developed in the half course 04b Statistics 2.

Principles of Banking and Finance

The specific aims of this course are to: provide institutional features of financial systems; identify key issues and problems arising in banking and finance; introduce the key economic concepts required to analyse these key issues and problems; illustrate how these economic principles can be applied to address the key issues identified; show how the institutional features address the key issues identified.

Principles of Accounting

This course aims to: introduce students to the principles underlying accounting; enable students to apply, interpret and explain key accounting techniques; provide a broad understanding of the theory and practice of financial accounting and management accounting.

Asset Pricing and Financial Markets

The course aims to provide students with a thorough grounding in asset pricing; develop students’ skills in applying pricing methods to realistic scenarios; provide a critical overview of the research on financial market efficiency; allow students to develop an understanding of how securities markets operate.

Principles of Corporate Finance

This course provides a theoretical framework used to address issues in project appraisal and financing, payout policy, capital structure, mergers and acquisitions, equity offerings, and risk management. It provides students with the tools required for further studies in financial intermediation and investments.

Microeconomics

The course aims to: deepen the understanding of the basic theory of optimization by economic agents and the efficiency of the resulting outcome for the market as a whole; introduce students to the analysis of strategic interaction as well as interaction under asymmetric information; clarify the role of economic policies as tools to improve efficiency in the presence of market failures; promote the ability to think in a structured framework, and clarify the importance of formal arguments; demonstrate the art of modelling which requires simplifying a problem by identifying the key elements without oversimplifying the issue.

Macroeconomics

The objectives of the course are to: show how our understanding of how economic systems operate has evolved substantially; explain why the growth rate of aggregate output varies from year to year; explain what determines unemployment and inflation in the short run and in the long run; discuss how macroeconomic policy might influence business cycles or long run growth.

Financial Intermediation

The specific aims of this course are to develop students’ understanding of: the theories of financial intermediation; concepts and practices relating to the risk management process and techniques applied within major financial intermediaries; recent developments in financial risk management and regulation, including credit risk models, securitisation, derivative instruments and capital adequacy.

Investment Management

This course is aims to provide students to the investment environment in the role of a private or professional investor. Instead, it emphasizes the use of pricing theory in investment management. It aims to provide an overview of institutional details linked to financial markets and the trading process; provide an overview of historical trends and innovations in financial instruments and trading processes; provide an overview of various financial instruments; provide insight into the use of finance theory in investment management; provide a guide to the measurement and analysis of risk of financial investments; provide a guide to the measurement of performance of fund management; address key issues in risk management.

Auditing and Assurance

The aims of this course are: to introduce students to the principles of external auditing and other assurance services; to provide students with an understanding of the function of auditing and other assurance services and the related processes.

Marketing Management^

This course aims to introduce students to the fundamental principles of marketing; give students a broad understanding of consumers and the marketing behaviour of firms; explores the relevance of these academic subjects to marketing; encourage students to question the limitations of marketing management and to suggest ways of overcoming its many problems; develop students’ practical skills by applying learned theories to real-world organisational problems.

Organisation Theory: an interdisciplinary approach

This course explores the ways in which organisations can be designed (by management or others) in order to achieve their objectives. It exposes students to the ways in which economists, psychologists and sociologists address this and related issues. It is, therefore, an interdisciplinary course comparing and contrasting the contribution of the core social science disciplines to the study of organisations. The course draws upon both theoretical and empirical materials and students will be encouraged to draw upon their own local knowledge in pursuing their studies. There will be an emphasis (though not exclusive) on organisations, set up with an economics objective.

The Law of Business Organisations

This course aims to: develop in the students an understanding of the core principles of the laws that regulate business organisations; develop the independent and individual skills needed for students to take their knowledge further, and to apply it, for example, in practice, in industry, or in an academic environment; inspire and to stimulate endeavor.

Human Resource Management

This course aims to: give students an introduce to the key elements of human resource management (HRM); demonstrate how the social sciences can assist in understanding the management of human resources; and to evaluate human resource policies and practices of organizations; help students examine the different theories which try to explain the relationship between HRM and organisational performance; develop students’ ability to analyse and critically evaluate HRM policies and practices.

Strategy

The course aims to enable students to use the analytical tools of game theory and industrial economics to study key strategic problems in corporate decision making.

Management and Innovation of e-business

The objectives of the course are to explain the growth of e-business to date, both business-to-consumer and business-to-business, using relevant theories from business, management and the social sciences; examine the interaction between technological trends and the business and social context of e-business; identify innovations within the domain of e-business by presenting cases of the innovative use of e-business and network technologies; present relevant theories from business, management and the social sciences that help to explain the development and growth of e-business; discuss different e-business (business) models and strategies, including global supply chain management; electronic markets; shared economy and digital marketing; introduce the notion of new organisational forms, and discuss their business implications.

Monetary Economics

The aims of the course are to develop students’ understanding of the theories that relate to the existence of money, explaining why it is demanded by individuals and used in the trading process; develop students’ understanding of the monetary transmission mechanism, whereby decisions made by the monetary authorities concerning money supplies or interest rates can have real effects on the economy; introduce a number of macroeconomic models through which monetary policy can be evaluated, including Classical and Keynesian schools of thought so as to understand why monetary policy matters and when monetary policy decisions may be impotent; develop understanding of the uncertainties policy-makers face and how policy makers may deal with these.

Managerial Economics

The course aims to: enable students to approach managerial decision problems using economic reasoning; present business practice topics using an analytical approach, using equations and numerical insight.

Financial Reporting

The aims and objectives of the course are to: stimulate theoretical enquiry into financial accounting issues; develop students’ knowledge and understanding of financial accounting; prepare for further academic study in accounting and related areas; enable students to pursue a professional accountancy qualification; equip students for employment in areas where an understanding of accounting issues and tools is helpful.

Management Accounting

This course is designed to equip students with knowledge of the concepts and the ability to apply techniques of management accounting, in order to be able to contribute to the success of an organisation. Modern management accounting is concerned with decision making, planning and control. It supports decision makers in their daily and strategic decisions, contributes to short- and long-term planning and produces information for control, performance measurement and management. This may also include nonfinancial information in management accounting reports, where it is used in combination with financial information to construct broader pictures of the contribution that different processes, procedures, functions, activities and divisions make to the strategic achievements of a firm.

Business and Management in a Global Context

This module aims to: give students a research-based grounding in the shifting context of, and changing priorities in, the international business including globalizing trends, formal, and informal institutions, the political, economic, social, technological and legal issues and the resultant diversity of international business. Specifically takes into account the impacts of the 2020-21 pandemic and economics crises; prepare students to be able to discuss cultural, ethical and social issues for international business and suggest policies of corporate social responsibility and sustainable business practices; provide an introduction to and develop students’ ability to assess international trade and investment, multilateral organisations and regional integration and the global financial system; prepare students to be able to discuss how firms develop international business strategies, enter markets and alliances, and operate and manage on the global stage; give insight through frameworks, studies and examples of how businesses manage marketing and research & development, organisational structure and architecture, sourcing and the supply chain, exchange rates, information systems and human resources, in different parts of the globe, globally, regionally and domestically; prepare students to understand and assess project and change management practices in an international context; provide an introduction to the major emerging digital technologies, and how to manage these into operation and become digital businesses internationally; Overall, give students insight into the contexts of international business and enable students to work within these contexts to make judgements on strategizing and managing operations in the global economy. Also, to help students understand and assess the future trends and challenges for international business.

^ The course was named "Principles of Marketing" before.

Timetable for BSc Programmes Tuition Courses
(2021/22)*

Week A (Start date: Early / Mid Sep 2021)

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday /  Sunday
Organisation Theory: an interdisciplinary approach Auditing and assurance Strategy Principles of Corporate Finance Asset Pricing and Financial Market Some lessons will be arranged on Sat/ Sun.
(1 or 2 consecutive lessons per day)
Accounting: Markets and Organisations^^ Principles of Accounting Management and Innovation of e- business Financial Reporting Mathematics 1 and Statistics 1
  Monetary Economics   The Law of Business Organisations Human Resource Management

 Week B (Start date: Early / Mid Sep 2021)

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday /  Sunday
Macroeconomics Microeconomics Business and Management in a Global Context Investment Management Marketing Management^ Some lessons will be arranged on Sat/ Sun.
(1 or 2 consecutive lessons per day)
Introduction to Economics Managerial Economics Core Management Concepts Principles of Banking Finance Management Accounting
        Financial Intermediation

* Subject  to change.

^ The course was named "Principles of Marketing" before.

^^ The course was named "Accounting Theory" before.

Each HKU SPACE tuition course comprises a total of 54 teaching hours (16 lessons).
Lessons will be arranged on weekdays from 7:00 - 10:20 (3 hours and 20 minutes) & Saturday(s) / Sunday(s) (3-7 hours).

Classes will  be held in Admiralty or other HKUSPACE learning centres, subject to availability.

Note:

  1. Courses in week A & B will be held every 2 week alternatively.
  2. Students are not allowed to take more than one course from each week on the same day as class crush will be occurred, and no refund will be made.
  3. Make up class(es) will be held on Sunday(s) and/or Public Holiday(s).
  4. Please check the programme structure and the prerequisites before enrolment. Course Transfer fee HK$120 will be charged if students would like to transfer from an enrolled course to another one (14 working days to process the transfer).
  5. The School reserves the right to revise the above timetable without prior notice and cancel any tuition courses due to insufficient enrolment numbers. 

Class arrangement during the COVID-19

The COVID-19 situation may still be fluid and constantly affect class arrangements in the coming months. The health and safety of our students will always be our top priority. To ensure that students' academic progress is not affected, the School may substitute face-to-face classes with online teaching if necessary in the event that face-to-face classes cannot be held. Our respective Programme Teams will contact the students concerned with details of such arrangements as necessary.

Standard route*

Applicants shall:

  1. 2 HKDSE Category A subjects at Level 3 (including English Language) and 3 HKDSE Category A subjects at Level 2 (including Mathematics); or
  2. (a) 2 GCE ‘A’ Level Grade E + 3 GCE ‘O’ Level Grade C (including English Language & Mathematics); or
    (b) 2 HKAL Grade E + HKCEE English Language a​t Grade C & 2 subjects at Grade E in HKCEE (including Mathematics); or
  3. International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma including Mathematics / Mathematical Studies at Grade 3 (Higher Level / Standard Level); or
  4. An Associate Degree / a Higher Diploma from HKU SPACE or other recognised awarding institutions.#

* Subject to change.

#Course specific requirements such as competence in English Language and Mathematics may be required.

Note: There are many other qualifications, both from Hong Kong and overseas, that the University of London accepts as satisfying the entrance requirements for the degree programmes. For details, please contact the HKU SPACE University of London International Programmes (Admissions Office) at 3761-1122 or email  ​londonu@hkuspace.hku.hk

Students transfer to the BSc programmes 
from the University of London International Foundation Programme
Students of the University of London International Foundation Programme (IFP) may progress to the BSc programmes by applying to transfer their registration, provided that they have passed all four full courses in the University of London International Foundation Programme.

 

Graduate Entry route

For graudate entry, in addition to the qualifications above, applicants must hold a full first degree completed in a minimum of three years duration on a full-time basis (or equivalent) from a university or other institution acceptable to the University of London.

Note: Applicants holding professional and/or postgraduate qualifications without a full first degree cannot be considered for admission to the Graduate Entry Route.

More information about the requirement:
List of Qualification for Entrance
List of Proficiency in English

For any enquiries or details, please contact 3761-1122 or email londonu@hkuspace.hku.hk.

  • The CEF Institution Code of HKU SPACE is 100
CEF Courses
Principles of Marketing (Module from BSc Economics and Management, BSc Accounting and Finance, BSc Banking and Finance programmes)
COURSE CODE 21Z05179-2 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8311
CEF Courses
Principles of Banking and Finance (Module from BSc Banking and Finance programme)
COURSE CODE 23Z04546-1 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8311
Financial Intermediation (Module from BSc Banking and Finance programme)
COURSE CODE 23Z04548-8 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8311
CEF Courses
Introduction to Economics (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106543 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Principles of Accounting (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106551 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Asset Pricing and Financial Markets (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106691 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Principles of Corporate Finance (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106713 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Microeconomics (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106640 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Macroeconomics (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106578 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Investment Management (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106675 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Auditing and Assurance (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106667 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Organisation Theory: an interdisciplinary approach (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106632 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
The Law of Business Organisations (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106616 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Human Resource Management (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106594 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Strategy (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106624 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Management and Innovation of E-business (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106683 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Monetary Economics (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106705 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Managerial Economics (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106586 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Financial Reporting (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106659 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Management Accounting (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z106608 FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319
Business and Management in a Global Context (Module from BSc Banking and Finance)
COURSE CODE 33Z10656A FEES $5,200 ENQUIRY 2867-8319

Continuing Education Fund
Continuing Education Fund (Selected modules only)
80% of tuition fee for the first HK$10,000 subsidy and 60% of tuition fee for the second HK$10,000 subsidy, subject to a maximum sum of HK$20,000 can be reimbursed on successful completion of an approved course.

* Students enrolled in the course are required to fulfill a minimum of 70% attendance and 50% overall mark of final examination.

Further information: https://www.wfsfaa.gov.hk/cef/en/index.htm

Continuing Education Fund Reimbursable Course Continuing Education Fund Reimbursable Course (selected modules only)
Some modules of this course have been included in the list of reimbursable courses under the Continuing Education Fund.

BSc Banking and Finance

  • This course is recognised under the Qualifications Framework (QF Level [5])

Application Form Application Form

Enrolment Method

Application Procedures

Please refer to the link below:
http://hkuspace.hku.hk/londonu#how-to-apply

University of London Business Programmes prospectus

University of London Business Programmes Application Deadline (for 2021/22 Semester):
01 Oct 2021

 

Payment Method

Enrolment for HKU SPACE Tuition Course for 2021/22 Semester

Applicant is required to complete and return the Course Enrolment Form (printed in the centre of the brochure) with the course fee to any of our enrolment centres on a first-come first-served basis. The courses will start in early / mid September 2021.


Enrolment Deadline for HKU SPACE tuition courses for 2021/22 Semester: 

  • Early September 2021 (First-come-first-served)

University of London fee - Application Fee & Registration Fee

  • Must be paid in pounds sterling, and may be paid either by a credit card recognized by MasterCard International or by the Visa group OR by banker's draft, cheque or UK postal order, made payable to the "University of London" and crossed 'a/c payee'. In addition, HKU SPACE also accepts VISA / MasterCard, EPS and cash in HK$.
  • For any enquiries or details, please contact 3761-1122 or email londonu@hkuspace.hku.hk.
Address:
University of London Programmes (Admissions Office)
HKU SPACE
Room 313, 3/F, Admiralty Centre
18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong

 

HKUSPACE Preparatory Course fee 

  • Can be paid by cash / EPS / VISA / MasterCard / Cheque in any of HKUSPACE enrolment centres.