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FEES & SCHOLARSHIPS
Methods of Study
There will be two methods of study allowed:
- Self-study with examination
- Course with lectures and examination
Upon enrolment for either method of study, a complete set of textbooks /course materials will be given for each and every module.
The text materials used will meet the high standards set by the Certification and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Board of the MFPC. Candidates will be tested on both the academic and practitioner's aspects of each module to ensure that RFP designees are those who are trained to perform the task of financial planning in the real world.
Difference Between Self-study and Lectured Courses
The availability of the two methods of study gives greater flexibility and choice to cater to the differing needs of the students throughout the country.
Self-study is an approach where the student is allowed to study on his own and complete his studies at his own pace. As for the lecture-mode of study, it allows for interactions and exchange of ideas through feedback, discussions and case studies.
All lecturers are certified by the Certification and CPD Board. The course will be conducted by Education Providers approved by the MFPC.
MFPC Module Programmes (Minimum requirement : Diploma or its equivalent) :-
- Registered Financial Planner (RFP) - FAR / CMSRL
- Shariah Registered Financial Planner (Shariah RFP) - FAR / CMSRL
MFPC Capstone Programmes :-
- RFP Capstone Programme
- Shariah RFP Capstone Programme
Entry requirement for Capstone Programme :
- Minimum 3 years full-time working experience in a financial related industry and
- CFP holder, CIFP(Part 1) or
- Membership of MIA, MICPA, CPA(Aust.), ACCA, Bar Council, ICSA, MAICSA, CIMA or
- Relevant PhD, Masters or Bachelor's degree
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If you need assistance for exam procedures and guidelines, please contact
Examination Department, email@example.com or call 03-62035899.
1.Candidates are reminded to download; print and check the exam permit to ensure examination details are correct. Should candidates found any discrepancy on the permit; candidates must notify MFPC Secretariat not later than 5 working days after released of the permit.
If you are interested in our programme, you can call us now at 03-6203 5899 and speak to our Education & Training department.
We will try to entertain your email from time to time as a part of MFPC's staffs are working from home (WFH) with minimum office equipment during this MCO period.