Professional Master’s in Banking and Finance
Invitation to PMBF 2015 Entrance Examination
The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) is a leading educational institution in the region working with public and private sector partners and with some of the top universities in the world.
AIT is inviting managers/officers in the banking and finance sector, who wish to pursue a Professional Master’s in Banking and Finance (PMBF), to participate in the PMBF 2015 Entrance Examination.
The PMBF degree programme is conducted by AIT. It is designed and delivered to suit the needs of working executives in the banking and finance sectors in the Asia Pacific region.
Applications can be downloaded at http://www.bankingandfinance ait.asia admission. Soft copies of the completed forms should be mailed to email@example.com. Submission of hard copies is not required. Completed application forms should be sent preferably by February 22, 2015.
Admission to the programme will be based on academic background, work experience, written test and an interview.
There will two written tests: the first one will be a test of quantitative and the second one will be of English Academic Writing. The exam is designed to test the prospective candidates’ logical and analytical capabilities. Total time for the written tests will be just over 2 hours. For sample questions, please visit http://goo.gl/2rqezR.
Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed in Phnom Penh, either on the same day or on the day after the test.
Date and venue
Date: February 23, 2015
Time: 09:00 hours
Venue: National Bank of Cambodia
For further information, please visit: www.bankingandfinance.ait.asia
Or contact: AIT/Professional Masters in Banking and Finance
Phone: +66 (0) 2 5246502
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