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Lingnan University

Lingnan University

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Country: Hong Kong, China

The Risk and Insurance Management (RIM) programme has been launched for over 10 years and is recognized by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) and the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF). Since 2016, the professional training of the curriculum has been further strengthened. The CII currently grants our programme an exemption of 130 credits towards its insurance qualifications. Our graduates are also qualified for the senior associate professional designation by the ANZIIF.

The programme equips students with fundamental knowledge of insurance, and risk management that meets the needs of the insurance and banking industry as well as the challenge of the changing business environment. Our graduates are well-prepared for managerial positions in insurance companies, banks, and related financial institutions. They work as insurance underwriters, claim officers, bankers, insurance product developers, insurance brokers, compliance officers, and risk managers.

Degrees offered: BBA (Hons) Risk and Insurance Management Programme

Course listings:
Students are required to do a number of core business courses before they can enter the BBA-RIM programme. These courses include Financial Management, Financial Accounting, Microeconomics for Business, Statistics for Business, Legal Aspects of Business, Managerial Accounting, and Operations Management. Once in the RIM programme, students are required to take seven RIM courses, which are:

RIM2200 Principles of Risk Management
RIM2201 Principles of Insurance
RIM2202 Fundamentals of Actuarial Science
RIM2250 Personal Risk and Financial Planning
RIM3350 Life and Health Insurance
RIM3351 Property and Liability Insurance
RIM3352 Reinsurance

Students can take additional RIM courses as free business electives.


Prof. Jingyuan Li
Professor and Head
Department of Finance and Insurance
Lingnan University
Tel.: (852) 2616 8155

Department’s Tel: (852) 2616 8196 or 2616 8169
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