Queen’s-Renmin Master of Finance Open House in Beijing

Posted on December 03, 2013

From left, Prof. Tiantian Dai, Program Director, Hanqing Advanced Institute of Economics and Finance, Renmin University; Prof. Wei Wang, Program Director, QSB; David Saunders, Dean, QSB; Prof. Zhihong Yi, Vice President of Renmin University; Mr. Guy Saint-Jacques, Ambassador of Canada to China; Jing Liang, Dean, Hanqing Institute; Dr. Yijun Song, Province of Ontario Commercial Counsellor; Counsellor Mr. Zhigeng He, Director of the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs; and Prof. Ke Tang, Deputy Dean, Hanqing Institute
From left, Prof. Tiantian Dai, Program Director, Hanqing Advanced Institute of Economics and Finance, Renmin University; Prof. Wei Wang, Program Director, QSB; David Saunders, Dean, QSB; Prof. Zhihong Yi, Vice President of Renmin University; Mr. Guy Saint-Jacques, Ambassador of Canada to China; Jing Liang, Dean, Hanqing Institute; Dr. Yijun Song, Province of Ontario Commercial Counsellor; Counsellor Mr. Zhigeng He, Director of the Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs; and Prof. Ke Tang, Deputy Dean, Hanqing Institute

Kingston, Dec. 3, 2013  – Prospective students, media and dignitaries from Queen’s and Renmin universities attended an Open House for the newly launched joint Master of Finance (MFin) program in Beijing on Nov. 23. The program has been attracting considerable media attention in China and the strong turnout of prospective students indicates a high level of interest in this joint offering.

The Queen’s-Renmin program was modeled on Queen’s popular Master of Finance offered in Toronto. For the Renmin program, the curriculum consists of 10 courses, five taught by Renmin faculty and five taught by Queen’s faculty. Students have the option to travel to Canada for one of the Queen’s-led courses. All classes are taught in English.

Graduates from the program will receive Queen’s Master of Finance degree and a graduation certificate from Renmin University.

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