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Graduate Profile

Graduate Profile

  1. Scholarship & Intellectual Integrity: thorough understanding about finance theories; ability to apply scholarly conventions; familiarity in academic writing; contextualise research imagination (E.g. Mapping ideas); analytical reading: extract the main idea from a reading text

    2.    Practical & Strategic Sense: ability to use finance theories in different contexts (E.g. global financial crisis); environmental vigilance (E.g. Predictions, forecasting); security and security market analysis; tackling dynamic market environment, risk assessment; awareness about national & international financial literacy

    3.    Communication Skills: proficiency of the language (basic reading, writing, speaking & listening skills); basic oral & written communication skills; linguistically interpreting graphs, charts, tables &  other graphical information; negotiation skills (meeting handling, dominance, compromise, tolerance); presentation skills

    4.    ICT Literacy: ability to extract e-resources; software handling; programming; managing large scale databases (E.g. Bloomberg data base, data stream 7I); data mining (E.g. data base of global inflation)

    5.    Mental Agility: rational financing & investment decisions; empirical data analysis; statistical modeling & financial modeling; financial forecasting with time series models; financial reporting; Self learner

    6.    Healthy Personality with Leadership & Interpersonal Skills: smart; role model; disciplinary; team player (Group cohesiveness); convincing ability; respecting & accepting others

    7.    Numerical Skills: conduct financial analysis; analyze, interpret, summarize & communicate data; comparing & contrasting; accounting & financial data presentation

    8.    Creativity & Innovativeness: entrepreneurial skills, financial product innovation; ability to identify new financial business opportunities; exploring new avenues for financial investments

 

1.  Scholarship & Intellectual Integrity: thorough understanding about risk management & monetary theories; ability to apply scholarly conventions; academic writing; contextualize research imagination; analytical reading; have a body of knowledge in the insurance & bank fields; be able to apply theory to practice in familiar & unfamiliar situations

2.    Practical & Strategic Sense: ability to use risk management & banking theories in different contexts; environmental vigilance; insurance & banking market analysis; working with diversity; risk assessment management, awareness about national & international banking & insurance literacy; understanding workplace & career planning

3.    Communication Skills: proficiency of the language, basic reading writing speaking & listening skills; basic oral & written communication skills; linguistically interpreting graphs, charts, tables & other graphical information; negotiation skills (meeting handling, dominance, compromise, tolerance); presentation skills; ability to create or edit written reports

4.    ICT Literacy: ability to extract e-resources; software handling; programming; data mining

5.    Mental Agility: rational financing & investment decisions; decision making & problem solving; empirical data analysis; statistical modeling & mathematical modeling; able to exercise critical judgment; self-learning & realistic self- evaluators; capable of rigorous & independent thinking

6.    Healthy Personality with Leadership & Interpersonal Skills: smart; role model; ethical behaviour; group cohesiveness; convincing ability; respecting & accepting others; tolerance & compromise

7.    Numerical Skills: conduct risk analysis; summarize, analyse, interpret and communicate data; comparing & contrasting banking & insurance products

8.    Creativity & Innovativeness: entrepreneurial skills; insurance & bank products innovation; ability to identify new business opportunities; be creative & imaginative thinkers