Pre-course waiving procedure

Who is eligible to get exemption?

  1. Students must earn at least a "B" or an equivalent grade for a waived course. If 2 or more courses are proposed to waive, the aforementioned rule must apply to each proposed course.
  2. Courses that you request to waive must be taken not to exceed the past 5 years.

Remark: Please be note that a written exam, an interview or a demonstration may be arranged to evaluate students' competency in a proposed course for waive.

Candidates who would like to waive MIF pre-course(s) shall perform as follows:

  1. Please find files (1.1) and (1.2)
  2. Fill out (type) the information needed in (1.1) by using (1.2) as an example.
  3. Then, the completed petition form, all supporting documents (a copy of transcript, and a course description or course outline of waived course(s)) must be sent via e-mail: by now - May 16, 2024Late submission will not be accepted.

List of pre-course descriptions (1.3)
MF501 Mathematics for Finance
MF502 Introduction to Economics
MF503 Fundamental Accounting and Finance

The documents for waving pre-course as follows:
1.1 Template of petition to waive MIF pre-course
1.2 An example on how to fill out the petition form
1.3 Pre-course descriptions
1.4 Pre-course tuition fee
1.5 Course syllabus (last year)
1.6 Pre-course schedule

Your next schedule will be:

  • Final list of successful candidates and the result of pre-course waiving for 2024: Friday, May 24, 2024
  • Online student registration: May 28-30, 2024
  • Pre-course registration and payment: May 28-30, 2024
  • Pre-course start: June 4, 2024
  • Start of regular academic year: August 2024