China Bachelor degree from prestigious institutions: We require a Bachelor’s degree awarded with a final overall weighted average mark of at least 85% from a Project 211 or 985 university.
United States of America Bachelor degree: We require a Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university. Our minimum requirement is based on the university’s selectivity ranking, from the most competitive we look for a minimum cumulative GPA of 3/4 to 3.25/4 or better. From other mainstream universities we look for a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.4/4 or better. The Business School may also require a higher grade from particular institutions.
You should have studied a highly quantitative discipline such as:To apply for MSc Investment & Wealth Management you should have a First or Upper Second Class Honours undergraduate degree from a recognised university or the international equivalent in a highly quantitative discipline such as: Finance Economics Mathematics Engineering Science Business
Prerequisite knowledge requirements： All students commencing the programme are expected to be proficient in probability, calculus, matrix algebra and real analysis. You should use the ‘Quantitative Experience Statement’ on the application form to list the most advanced quantitative courses that you have taken in your academic career to date and to provide brief examples of the relevant topics covered by the programme.
GMAT is not required for MSc Investment & Wealth Management, but a well-balanced GMAT result with 650 or higher overall will add weight to you application. If your undergraduate degree is not in a highly mathematical discipline you will need to demonstrate your suitability with excellent results in your quantitative modules. Submitting a GMAT or GRE result is also highly recommended. A score of at least 48/60 in the quantitative section of GMAT, or at least 159 in the quantitative section of GRE will add weight to your application.