Thank you for your interest in the Master of Science in Financial Engineering programme at Nanyang Business School.
The application for the July 2023 intake will will start in September 2022.
|1||15 November 2022|
|2||28 February 2023|
Applicants who wish to apply to the MSc Financial Engineering are required to meet the minimum admission requirements below:
A good undergraduate degree in applied mathematics, applied science, statistics, computer science, engineering, economics, or other quantitative fields. We will also consider applicants from other disciplines.
Work experience is preferred but not required.
TOEFL/IELTS for applicants whose first degree was taught in a language other than English]
The institutional code for the following tests are:
To know more about our tuition fees and the various scholarships and grants available, do refer to our tuition fees and financing section.
Finally, there are preparatory courses in mathematics, finance, and programming available for you to refresh your knowledge before the programme starts. Please note that the Mathematics Preparatory Course is compulsory, while the other two courses are optional.
Students are also required to complete the programme within the stipulated period:
|Minimum Candidature |
|Full-Time||12 months (3 trimesters or 6 mini terms)|
|Part-Time||24 months (6 trimesters or 12 mini terms)|
|Maximum Candidature |
|Full-Time||24 months (6 trimesters or 12 mini terms)|
|Part-Time||48 months (12 trimesters or 24 mini terms)|
Direct Admission to MFE for SPMS Students
Under a special co-operation with the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (SPMS) at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), students in Year 3 or 4 enrolled in MATH, MAFI, MACS, MAEO, MADA, PHMS or MAEC with very good academic results,
are invited to apply for the direct admission to NTU’s Master of Science in Financial Engineering programme.
Interested students, please contact the Division of Mathematical Sciences or click here.
SPMS students in their graduating year may choose to submit their application through the Mathematical Sciences Division (for the direct admission programme) or directly through the NBS website by the end of February.