Finance MScCoventry University
£ 9.602 - (10.750 €)
- Scarborough (Grossbritannien)
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The Finance MSc aims to provide students with specialist knowledge and skills in finance from a strategic and managerial perspective. The emphasis of the programme will be on the practical application of financial theories, concepts and principles.
Students will learn how to interpret, evaluate and communicate financial information in real business situations.WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE?
Covers traditional and modern financial theory.
Students will develop research skills in finance areas.
Students have the option of enrolling on the internship programme providing the opportunity to undertake a workplace project on behalf of an organisation.
A strong foundation in the principles and practice of finance is built from the Financial Analysis and Decision Making, Quantitative Methods, Institutional Investments and Corporate Finance modules.
International Financial Markets and Emerging Markets Finance will develop students’ understanding of financial management in an international context.
Real-time data provided by Reuters' financial database is utilised to expose students to financial practices and techniques that they will experience when working in the financial sector.
Students will have the opportunity to take specialist options in the areas of investment and risk management techniques in financial markets.WHAT WILL I LEARN?
This course is regularly reviewed and updated to reflect new developments and the requirements of the profession, needs of industry and government legislation. The Finance MSc is available as both a September and January start.
The first semester of the degree (worth 60 credits) will involve studying the following subjects:
- Financial Statements Analysis and Valuation;
- Institutional Investments;
- Corporate Finance;
- Quantitative Methods.
The second semester (worth 75 credits) involves studying the following:
- Behavioural Finance;
- International Financial Markets;
- Emerging Markets Finance;
- Corporate Financial Strategy;
- Research Methods.
- Dissertation or Company Internship.