BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual) - British University Vietnam (BUV) - The first QS 5-star university in Vietnam
BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)Programme Overview

  • Degree: Bachelor in Finance and Economics (Awarded by British University Vietnam)
    *Option for dual award: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Finance and Economics (Awarded by Staffordshire University and British University Vietnam)
  • Duration: 3 years (Full-time)
  • Location: BUV Campus, Ecopark, Hanoi
  • Timetable: Student’s timetable will be sent to BUV student’s emails prior to the commencement date of each semester

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)

Globally work-ready

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)

Teaching Excellence

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)

Internship opportunities

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)

Strong basis in finance and economics

  • Career Opportunities: The Finance and Economics programme will give you the skills to succeed in careers including Financial Manager, Investment Analyst, Financial Analyst, Banker, Risk Analyst.
  • Essential Know-how: International finance has never been more complex than it is now. Understanding the economic logic and theory that guides decision making is essential to success in any organisation or career. Simultaneously, Economics is the foundation science of everything in business and government. It is what you want to study if you want to change the world.
  • Industry Relevance: The development of trade and the economy have gone hand-in-hand in Vietnam, and this is an area that is only going to grow in importance.
  • Internationally Recognised Programme: BUV also has exchange programmes with leading UK universities, all at the forefront of the dynamic world of finance.
BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)Course structure
BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual) Year 1
BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual) Year 1

English for Higher Education

Business Communication

Economics

Quantitative Analysis

Introduction to Business

IT for Global Business

Business Skills

English for Academic Purpose

Introduction to Accounting

Introduction to Management

Microeconomics

Quantitative methods for Business

Introduction to Finance

Employability, IT and Reasoning techniques

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual) Year 2
BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual) Year 2

Organisational Behavior

Macroeconomics

Management Information Systems

Corporate Finance

Financials Markets

Professional Development (Enterprise, Entrepreneurship & Citizenship)

International Trade and Multinational Business

Modelling and Estimation

Credit management

Investment Management

Advanced Corporate Finance

Research Methods

*Modules required by the Vietnam Ministry of Education and Training:

1. Philosophy of Marxism and Leninism

2. Political Economics of Marxism and Leninism

3. Scientific Socialism

4. History of Vietnamese Communist Party

5. Ho Chi Minh Ideology

6. Physical Education

These Vietnamese modules: (1) are applicable to Vietnamese students only, (2) are taught and studied in Vietnamese by an outsourced provider, (3) are non-credit bearing modules in the final transcript, (4) of which successful completion is a condition of graduation.

Please note the list above is for reference and subject to change. Any change will be updated on time.

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual) Year 3
BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual) Year 3

International Finance

Project

Applied Econometrics

Risk management

Work experience 1

Futures and Options

International Economic Theory and Policy

Strategic Human Resource Management

International Marketing

Work experience 2

This module will equip students with a greater ability to communicate through writing, and speaking, as well as enhance their receptive skills with reading and listening. Overall, students will learn key foundational skills in academic English and develop a greater ability to use English in both formal and informal settings. The aim of this course is to build a strong foundation for students to extend towards more specialist, academic forms of English usage and comprehension.
This subject is designed to provide the candidate with an introduction to psychological and behavioural approaches to the study of work and organisations. The course introduces some of the basic analytical tools and concepts from the field of organisation behaviour and work psychology that encourage an understanding of the behaviour of individuals and groups in the workplace.

*Modules required by the Vietnam Ministry of Education and Training:

1. Philosophy of Marxism and Leninism

2. Political Economics of Marxism and Leninism

3. Scientific Socialism

4. History of Vietnamese Communist Party

5. Ho Chi Minh Ideology

6. Physical Education

These Vietnamese modules: (1) are applicable to Vietnamese students only, (2) are taught and studied in Vietnamese by an outsourced provider, (3) are non-credit bearing modules in the final transcript, (4) of which successful completion is a condition of graduation.

Please note the list above is for reference and subject to change. Any change will be updated on time.

This subject introduces main concepts and methods associated with international financial decision-making for multinational business. Among the concept being covered is on the multinational financial management, foreign exchange, risk analysis and tools, financing foreign trade, international portfolio investment and corporate strategy.
BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)

Programme outcomes

SU Award Outcomes Generic BUV Award Outcomes Generic
1. Knowledge and Understanding Demonstrate a systematic understanding of key aspects, including acquisition of coherent and detailed knowledge, at least some of which is at or informed by the forefront of defined aspects of a discipline. 1. Knowledge Knowledge of global economic environment and financial environment and practice; independent learning skills and a critical approach and application of microeconomic theories in real world economic activities; understand the function of different micro-economic theories. An in-depth knowledge of corporate finance, risk
management and related areas
2. Learning Demonstrate                             an understanding of the uncertainty, ambiguity and limits of knowledge. 2. Values, attitudes and professionalism Professional outlook / approach to work; awareness of the work environment and its organization; respectful of personal and cultural differences in the work environment.
3. Enquiry Deploy accurately established techniques of analysis and enquiry and initiate and carry out projects within (the field of study). Evaluate use of Information Literacy, including the ethical use of information in (the field of study). 3. Practical Skills Ability to organise, synthesize and present information effectively.
4. Analysis Describe and comment upon current research, or equivalent advanced scholarship and critically evaluate arguments, assumptions, abstract concepts and data 4. Problem         solving and scientific skills Students must demonstrate the ability to solve problems via logical thinking and critical          analysis. Effective use of ICT and related technologies for learning and also to present knowledge.
5. Problem Solving Develop appropriate questions to achieve a solution – or identify a range of solutions – to a problem and use decision-making in complex and unpredictable contexts. 5. Managerial        and entrepreneurial skills Students will develop sense of independence when they participate in activities which require them to generate and provide information.
6. Communication Communicate and analyse information, ideas, problems, and solutions to both specialist and non- specialist audiences. 6. Communication, leadership and team skills Students will be able to demonstrate communication                     and interpersonal skills via their class discussions.
7. Application Apply the methods and techniques that they have learned to review, consolidate, extend and apply their knowledge and understanding and devise and sustain arguments, using ideas and techniques, some of which are at the forefront of a discipline. 7. Information management and lifelong learning skills Students will develop sense of independence when they participate in activities which require them to generate and provide information.
8. Reflection Manage their own learning, exercise initiative, personal responsibility                            and demonstrate the learning ability, qualities and transferable skills necessary for employment or further training of a professional or equivalent nature 8. Social Skills and Responsibilities Ability to manage self and time effectively in achieving deadline.

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Employability

BUV’s graduates with a background in Finance and Economics are well-equipped to be effective decision makers in business, commerce, and public policy, as well as become professionals in these two areas with excellent career-ready skills and competencies.

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)Admission requirements

Requirements to the BUV Award

  • Academic Requirements: Completed year 12 or equivalent

  • English Language Requirements: (one of the following)

    • IELTS: 4.5 overall with a minimum of 4.0 in each component*

    • Complete IELTS Foundation Course at BUV

    • BUV Placement Test result at Intermediate Level

*In order to be exempted from the first 12 weeks of English, a student needs to have a 6.0 IELTS certificate, no components less than 5.5.

Requirements to the Staffordshire University Award

  • 17 years old and above

  • Completed Year 12 (Higher School Certificate) and obtained satisfactory

  • English language or equivalent IELTS 6 with a minimum score of 5.5 in any element

  • Successful completion of level 3 of the BUV BA (Hons) Finance and Economics award with passes in all modules OR a level 3 equivalent programme and qualification, including but not limited to A-Level, or Pathway to Staffordshire University

  • Mature students with eligible degree and qualification and/or professional experience

*In case applicants would like to be considered for recognition of prior learning, interviews might be required (if applicable)

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)

What do our students say?

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)
Tran Khanh Trang
1511 Finance and Economics Cohort

Not many schools teach students to change. In the world right now, if we don’t change, we lose. And at BUV, we learn how to feedback critically, to improve and to change. We learn finance, economics to become a leader and a change maker in our own field, to generate the wealth and success of not only ourselves, but also for our community.

 

BUV in our mind is a home. It’s a place where the world’s latest news in finance, business, tax and policies is discussed between professors and students, where great student service and student experience is offered.

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)

Programme pass rate

The pass rate for Finance and Economic (Dual) programme in 2022 is 96.43%.

BA (Hons) Finance and Economics (Dual)

Fees & financial aid

Fee

Fee information for students enrolling after 1 January 2024:

Fee information for British University Vietnam’s degree:

Tuition fees Other fees* Total
UniPath VND 109,600,000 VND 27,400,000 VND 137,000,000
Degree VND 462,840,000 VND 115,680,000 VND 578,520,000

Fee information for dual degree with Staffordshire University:

Tuition fees Other fees** Total
UniPath VND 109,600,000 VND 27,400,000 VND 137,000,000
Degree VND 462,840,000 VND 185,940,000 VND 648,780,000
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* Other fees include Education Resource Fee and Student Affairs Fee
** Other fees include Education Resource Fee, Student Affairs Fee and Dual Degree Fee

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Financial aid

The British University Vietnam (BUV) scholarship fund was established in 2018 with the goal of giving students the opportunity to study UK undergraduate and graduate programmes in an international learning environment. With an aim to improve and increase accessibility to high-quality education, BUV has officially launched the fund valued at 87 billion VND in 2024 with hundreds of scholarships and financial aid made available.

You can visit our Scholarship page to find out more and check your eligibility.

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