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The Master of Applied Finance and Economics is a joint master's degree in Finance and Economics that can be completed full-time in 12 - 14 months. Students take advanced coursework in both Finance and Economics, followed by a capstone course with four project-based modules including cost-benefit analysis, financial decision-making, forecasting, and portfolio management.
The MAFE offers students:
Why study a Master of Applied Finance and Economics at UC?
A Master of Applied Finance and Economics graduate:
How do I plan my degree?
To qualify for the award of Master of Applied Finance and Economics a student must satisfactorily pass:
and 135 additional points selected from:
The degree may be completed in a minimum of 12 - 14 months of full-time study. Students can start in January.
Postgraduate study can bring many career benefits eg, specialist skills and enhanced knowledge, entry into specific occupations, higher starting salary/progression rates, research capability/achievement, and evidence of high academic attainment/self-discipline.
UC Master of Applied Finance and Economics alumni include:
Students must have completed a bachelor's degree that includes intermediate microeconomics, introductory business finance, a calculus-based mathematics course, and an introductory statistics course, and be approved for entry by the Dean of Business.
Applicants must also satisfy our English language entry requirements:
Opportunities to meet the entry requirements prior to enrolling in the MAFE:
English language pathway option at Christchurch College of English Language (CCEL)
Students who are at IELTS level 6.0 are welcome to enrol for CCEL English for Academic Purposes 2 (EAP2) online to enhance their English language proficiency. A grade of B+ or higher in this course satisfies UC English language requirements for postgraduate study.
CCEL offers online English course (EAP2) Starts October 12th
For more information, please contact.
Missing the Intermediate microeconomic theory or business finance entry requirement?
Students who do not have the entry requirement of intermediate level microeconomic theory or business finance are welcome to enrol online in either ECON 207 Intermediate Microeconomics – Households and Government or FINC 201 Business Finance.
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