Fintech modules offered as part of bachelor’s degree


APU’s Bachelor’s Degree in Banking and Finance will contain multiple Fintech modules. — 123rf.com

A consortium of finance and technology players have inked an agreement to launch Malaysia’s first academic qualification to include Fintech modules.

SuperCharger, Asia Pacific University (APU) and the Centre for Finance Technology and Entrepreneurship (CFTE) collaborated to create multiple Fintech modules as part of the Bachelor’s Degree in Banking and Finance.

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