Double Master Degree
Master of Science in Mathematical Finance
Master of Science in Finance (Financial Markets)#

CULTIVATE PRACTICAL FINANCE SKILLS AND DEVELOP LEADING REAL WORLD BUSINESS KNOWLEDGE

Kent Business School, part of the University of Kent, is a leading business school with global connections. The world-class research drives the excellence of the Business School as it underpins and enhances all of our teaching. Our graduates are consistently targeted by leading global organizations for the depth and quality of study, knowledge and practical skills they acquire. Employers respect our robust teaching and reputation for delivering international business expertise, leading global research and an outstanding international learning experience.
In today's competitive global environment, employers are increasingly selective in their search for competent business and financial professionals. The impact of globalization, emergence of new economic powers, transition of reforming centrally planned economies and enlargement of the European Union have all contributed to increase in demand for graduates with relevant skills in finance and recent developments in the global financial markets. Kent Business School has a track record of over 21 years in providing robust finance and specialist management education to international managers, including the China Financial Sector Training Scheme and a bespoke online Master's for the Chartered Institute of Bankers.
  • 90% of Kent Finance students were either employed or in further study within 6 months of graduating
  • Listed 5th for Finance for overall student satisfaction in the 2011 National Students Survey
  • All KBS Finance staff have PhDs and are engaged in research in various areas of Finance
  • University of Kent was placed third for overall satisfaction, with Oxford and Cambridge joint second behind the Open University

Hong Kong Baptist University Mathematics Department’s and Kent Business School's Masters in Mathematical Finance and Financial Markets Programme reflect both the cities of Hong Kong and London renewed vigour and increased interest in financial institutions, markets and education.