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Leading FinTech Research and Education in Asia

BASc in Financial Technology

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The BASc(FinTech) degree is designed to nurture financial technologists and entrepreneurs with essential knowledge in both finance and technology, so they can take leading roles in innovation and applications of financial technology.

An emerging interdisciplinary area with very high impact on the economy of every society, this programme combines computing, finance, and policies and regulations to give students a thorough grounding in FinTech.

Bachelor of Arts & Sciences

The HKU Master of Science in Financial Technology and Data Analytics

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Department of Computer Science

Drawing on the expertise from diverse areas of engineering, business, law and statistics, with a technology focus, the HKU Master of Science in Financial Technology and Data Analytics [MSc(FTDA)] Programme's interdisciplinary curriculum will help students gain essential knowledge and skills necessary for navigating the changing landscape of the finance industry as well as a well-balanced critical awareness of ethnical and regulatory constraints and knowledge on industry trends.

Master of Finance in Financial Technology

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HKU Business School

The HKU Master of Finance in Financial Technology (MFFinTech) Programme aims to prepare students for a career in the ever-changing world of finance, fueled by constant technological advancements and innovations. Students will learn finance and technology (FinTech), digitalisation of finance and critical awareness of ethical and regulatory constraints and knowledge of the hottest industry trends, including blockchain, AI and cloud computing.

The HKU's Master of Laws in Corporate and Financial Law Programme (LLM(CFL))

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HKU Faculty
of Law

The LLM(CFL) programme combines world class academic expertise in corporate and financial law, and provides comprehensive resources for the study of domestic and international law, as well as important issues that typically arise within a sophisticated commercial common law jurisdiction. Hong Kong is a leading financial centre; its vibrant economy, advanced judicial system, and authoritative financial regulatory platform provide an outstanding background for informed study, which can be matched only by the most technical jurisdictions.

The HKU's Master of Laws in Compliance and Regulation Programme (LLM(CR))

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HKU Faculty
of Law

The programme balances theory and practice to strengthen students’ insights on the drivers of global compliance trends as well as providing a solid foundation for their next career step. Students will enhance their understanding of regulatory policies and cutting edge issues impacting on compliance in the financial services sector, including developing wider perspectives on Hong Kong in the international context. Students from various professions can share and build on each other's experiences in an academic context. A prior law degree is not essential. Applicants can undertake their studies in full-time or part-time mode.