Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Economics and Finance

Programme Information:

Mode of Attendance  Full-time
Duration of Programme Four Years
Minimum Credits Required for Award 124 credits
Admissions Requirement and Procedure

HKDSE Applicants 
Chinese Language: Level 3 or above;
English Language: Level 3 or above;
Mathematics: Level 2 or above;
Citizenship and Social Development^: Attained; and;
One elective subject*: Level 2 or above

Sub-Degree Applicants
JEE (Gaokao) Applicants 
IB Applicants
GCE Applicants
Mature Applicants
Other Applicants

^The ‘Attained’ level in the subject ‘Citizenship and Social Development’ can be counted as Level 2 and included in the score calculation of the best five subjects. Applicants with previous HKDSE subject result of A040 ‘Liberal Studies’ can be used as the alternative of the core subject requirement of A045 ‘Citizenship and Social Development’. Admissions requirements may vary from time to time, applicants are reminded to browse the latest admissions details shown in this website or contact our admissions staff before application.

*The following subjects can be accepted as an elective subject:
- Applied Learning subject (ApL). Maximum of one relevant ApL can be counted. 'Attained with Distinction (II)' and
'Attained with Distinction (I)' is comparable to level 4 and level 3 respectively. 'Attained' in ApL will not be considered.
ApL Chinese cannot be used as an elective subject.
- Category C subjects (Other languages). Maximum of one Cat. C subject can be counted. Grade E or above is required.
- Mathematics Extended Part M1 and M2 can be counted.


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About the Programme:

The Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Economics and Finance programme adopts a broad-based approach to economics and finance education. The programme emphasizes on the real-world issues and problems, and it strives a balance between quantitative and qualitative analytical skills. It also provides students with internship opportunities from various industries. Moreover, the programme obtains professional recognition by different professional bodies. 

Programme Aims:

1. Provide students with a comprehensive and critical understanding of the ideas, concepts, issues and schools of thought which are central to economics;
2. Equip 
students with a comprehensive and critical understanding of finance theory, financial systems and institutions, the principles of corporate and international finance, and investment analysis;
3. Develop students' comprehensive and critical understanding of the workings of the economies of Hong Kong and the world; and
4.  Develop an environment in which students can learn to be upright persons with a positive attitude towards life while embracing traditional Chinese values and culture in the global world.

【仁大銜接補完計画】- 副學士讀完HR都可以嚟樹仁讀Econ & Finance Year 3?打機又關經濟事?要無悔讀書?

Year 1 entrants are eligible for Longbow Charity Foundation Entrance Scholarship for Commerce Majors. Read the details.


Each student has opportunity to have an internship opportunity of working in a business or financial enterprise in order to  broaden horizon beyond the classroom. It enables students to apply their academic and transferrable working skills to the real world practice.


Alumni Series:

Thomas Tsang & Kenrick Yeung
Lokki Mak, JP Morgan
Andyson Wong, iFREE GROUP
Kenny Tai, FWD
Angie Cheung

Minor Programmes

Students (Major in Economics and Finance) who wish to broaden their level of expertise and enhance their prospects of future career development can study a Minor in another subject. The minimum credit requirement for a Minor is 15. Minor programmes offered include: 

# These Undergraduate Minor Programmes may not lead to the same professional recognition as students who complete the programmes as a Major.