The Master of Science in Financial Engineering (MFE) is a multi-disciplinary program that combines finance, mathematics, and computing with a practical orientation to solve problems in finance. The MFE was launched in 1999 by the Centre for Financial Engineering at NUS, the predecessor to RMI. It aims to equip finance and banking industry professionals and fresh graduates with current knowledge and skills in financial innovations and technology. The domain knowledge includes financial product development, modelling of prices, hedging, investment technology, risk analyses and computational methods.
Requirements for Financial Engineering
- Good 4-year undergraduate degree or an honours degree.
- Good GMAT* or GRE* score.
- Good TOEFL* or IELTS* score if English was not the medium of instruction in undergraduate studies.
- Relevant work experience will be an advantage
Work Experience for Financial Engineering
No work experience is required.