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Master of Science (MSc) in Mathematical Finance

Faculty of Science

Study Mode Full-time: 1.5 years

Tuition Fee HK$210,000/programme

Cut Off Date 24 Jul 2024

Year of Entry 2024 September

Funding Nature Self-financed

Application Start Date9 Oct 2023

Application Deadline5 Jun 2024 (non-local)
24 Jul 2024 (local)

Programme DirectorDr CHOI Pui Wah

Programme Office(852) 3411  

Selection Process
  1. Short-listed applicants may be interviewed should the Programme Board deem it necessary.
  2. Application result will be reflected in the application status in the online application system.
  1. To provide an opportunity of further education for working professionals in the field of Mathematical Finance and Financial Markets.
  2. To offer well-motivated individuals a path for career conversion into the field of Mathematical Finance and Financial Markets.

Programme Structure

Units Requirement39 units
Required Courses39 units
Study CurriculumThe study curriculum may change from time to time. Applicants may make reference to the programme website or the University Student Handbook for details of the list of courses.

Academic Qualification


Applicants should possess a bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, Engineering, Business or other related majors and be proficient in basic Mathematics.

Language Proficiency Requirement


Applicants should satisfy at least one of the following requirements on English language proficiency:


  1. applicants used English as the medium of learning in their Bachelor’s degree programme; or
  2. a minimum score of 6.5 in IELTS*;
  3. a minimum score of 90 in TOEFL (internet-based)*; or
  4. equivalent qualifications.

*Note: Test result provided should be within two years from the date of issuance of the Admission Offer letter. TOEFL iBT Home Edition or IELTS Indicator test is not accepted. 

Scholarships shall be awarded to full-time students whose cumulative GPA is more than or equal to 3.40 in the second semester of the double-degree programme. The amount of each scholarship will be determined by Kent Business School of University of Kent and Department of Mathematics of Hong Kong Baptist University.
A number of entrance scholarships offered by University of Kent are available to students of the double-degree programme. Please visit the following website for further information:

This master programme is jointly operated by the Department of Mathematics of Hong Kong Baptist University and Kent Business School of the University of Kent in the United Kingdom.

Courses in the first two semesters are offered at the University of Kent, UK. Airfare, accommodation and local expenses in the UK will be borne by the students.

Students who have satisfactorily completed the programme requirements will be awarded the following two degrees:


  • Master of Science in Mathematical Finance (conferred by Hong Kong Baptist University, HK) and
  • Master of Science in Finance, Investment, and Risk (conferred by the University of Kent, UK)

The University of Kent has an excellent international reputation and Kent Business School has a very strong faculty in both teaching and research. Their experience and expertise, in particular in the area of business and management would give us the strength in practical, operational and managerial areas. The faculty members in the Department of Mathematics of Hong Kong Baptist University have a very strong background in Mathematical Finance and Statistics. Therefore, the launch of this joint MSc in Mathematical Finance programme would be an ideal and perfect match and cooperation between the two universities.

  1. The above information is for reference only and is subject to change without prior notice. Hong Kong Baptist University reserves the right of final decision and interpretation in case of any dispute.
  2. Please note that a non-refundable admission confirmation fee, including the first instalment of tuition fee plus other administrative fees must be paid upon acceptance of the admission offer.