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Bachelor of Financial Markets (BFM) - Course Overview

Duration: 3 yrs |Mode: Regular|Avg. Fees: 50000 / Year

4 courses |4 colleges

About Bachelor of Financial Markets (BFM)

Bachelor of Financial Markets (BFM) is a three-year undergraduate programme in management. The course offers theoretical and practical knowledge of planning, organizing, monitoring, directing and controlling the capital resources of an organization/ company in an efficient way.

It also takes into focus a deep analysis and study of financial markets, basics of trading and its regulation, market forces, demand and supply which are an essential part of finance in any organization. As financial assets, debt and equity shares are of utmost importance in any organization.

Candidates who pursue the course are provided training with the help of presentations, interactions with industry personnel, industrial projects, practical sessions etc. They are equipped to understand the risks, money, economics as well as legal parameters of a financial market in depth.

Few colleges and institutes even offer this course as a part-time or distance learning which may vary from institute to institute. It is the choice of an individual as to which mode he wishes to complete the course in.

Bachelor of Financial Markets (BFM) Eligibility Criteria

Minimum Qualification Required: 10+2 or any equivalent examination. Graduates in any field also pursue BFM course.

Minimum Marks Required: 50% to 55%, varies from college to college.

Age Limit: Few colleges have a certain age limit for the admission to the respective course. It may vary from college to college. 


BFM Admission Process:

  • Admission to the BFM programme is on the basis of entrance exam conducted by the respective university.
  • Few government/state colleges conduct their respective entrance tests.

Here’s a list of popular entrance exams for BFM:

  • Aligarh Muslim University Entrance Exam
  • Mumbai University Entrance Test

Bachelor of Financial Markets (BFM) Syllabus

First Year:

Micro - Economics 1

Principles of Investment

Management Accounting

Macro - Economics 2

Principles of Business Management

Business Environment

Financial Accounting

Statistical Applications

Environment of Financial System


Second Year:

Debt Markets

Business Ethics

Corporate Finance 1

Equity Market 1

Business Laws

Corporate Finance 2

Equity Market 2

Taxation for Investments

Organizational Behavior


Third Year:

Foreign Exchange Market

Corporate Governance

Computer Applications in Financial Services

Mutual-fund Market

Global Capital Markets

Derivative Markets

Portfolio Management

Project 1

Project 2

Career Options and Job Prospects

After pursuing Bachelor’s degree in financial markets, a wide variety of career options open up for the students. Those interested in higher studies can further go for a master’s degree in the same field, or interested candidates can look for lucrative employment opportunities in both private and government sector. A fresher at the start of their career can either work as a trainee or an accountant. The various job roles offered to a graduate after completing BFM course are as follows:

  • Accountant
  • Finance Manager
  • Insurance Manager
  • Finance Officer
  • Research Analyst
  • Financial Asst. Manager
  • Financial Consultant
  • Wealth Management
  • Project Coordinator

The average starting annual salary for a BFM graduate can range between Rs. 4 lakh to Rs. 6 lakh. It may vary from organization to organization and role to role. Further, if you do a master's level degree in the field, the salary can also go up to Rs. 10 lakh to Rs. 12 lakh per annum. Finance-related job roles are highly paid as individuals are the direct in-charge of financial assets, anticipating potential financial danger and others.