School of Banking and Finance is established on the mission to cultivate international financial talents. Finance is an essential and crucial research area in Taiwan. School of Banking and Finance has been collaborating with 22 financial institutions across Taiwan to frame up the Institute of Global Asset Management in advance and will also offer microprograms in Sustainable Finance and Financial Technology for students to choose from across different disciplines. As developing, School of Banking and Finance will catalyze entire programs of Sustainable Finance and Financial Technology with specified master degrees awarded in the future.
The Institute of Global Asset Management provides practical financial modules for intermediate executives in the financial sector, government regulatory bodies, and upstream, midstream, and downstream companies of the technology industry. The program will be taught entirely in English. The courses will explore business innovative model in practice and build a more diversified professional knowledge and practical skills in finance.
In confronting the impact of financial technology and the tides of international financial liberalization, the demand of advanced international financial talents has increased sharply. School of Banking and Finance upholds the educational philosophy of “cultivating international talents” and trains students oriented at “problem-solving, independent learning, and sustainability.” School of Banking and Finance consists of the Institute of Global Asset Management as the core and integrates courses of Sustainable Finance and Financial Technology in the aim to integrate learning with application, implement innovative business models, and strengthen global perspectives to cultivate international mobility and abilities, such as advanced financial product design and development and international asset management.
School of Banking and Finance is recruiting international faculty members who have practical experience and talent in advanced finance, such as Wall Street hedge funds and supervising body of the International Monetary Fund, etc. As a result, the School has pinned its curricula with the critical roles of international asset management professionals as its root and focuses on innovative financial development concepts and practices. In addition, a two-year hands-on business innovative modelling course allows students to explore and define business problems through learning and practice, and then investigate and solve problems in business innovative model encountered by the industry and the financial sector.