Postgraduate Diploma in Corporate Compliance / Bank and Insurance Compliance / MSc in Risk Management (21 April 2023)
- 金融法規, 風險管理, 金融服務和保險, 會計學
- 2023年5月3日 (星期三)13:00 - 13:45 免費
- Dr Olivia LUI (Programme Leader, HKU SPACE)
Dr Olivia LUI (Programme Leader, HKU SPACE)
- 2867 8409 / 2867 8474 (email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org)
HKU SPACE offers a range of Postrgaduate Diploma programmes ranging from Enterprise Risk Management, Corporate Compliance, Bank and Insurance Compliance.
Date: 03 May 2023
This seminar will be delivered via Zoom
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This is a unique programme that focuses on practical applications and all-round training in corporate compliance; it is positioned to be the pioneer in the market. Real-life examples and updated cases will be discussed during the class.; drawing reference from standards and rules highlighting the issues and grey areas.
The programme aims to provide students with a coherent, relevant and practical programme to equip them for a career in compliance and related sectors. It has a systematic body of theory and knowledge on compliance but at the same time it is designed to be very practical and problem based oriented
The programme will serve as an articulation path for the Postgraduate Diploma in Enterprise Risk Management (Pgdip ERM) graduates of HKUSPACE who have completed the pre-requisite modules. Graduates of Pgdip ERM of HKUSPACE who have completed the *pre-requisite modules, would be exempted five modules (120 credits) and they only need to study the module of ‘Research Methods’ (20 credits) and also submit a 12,000-word dissertation (40 credits) to attain the award of MSc Risk Management (total 180 credits). Students would need to study one module ‘Global Perspective on Risk’ on-line if they do not satisfy the pre-requisite requirement.
*Non-Local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance
This is an exempted course (Reference No.: 452797) under the Non-local Higher and Professional Education (Regulation) Ordinance. It is a matter of discretion for individual employers to recognize any qualification to which this course may lead.