Master in Finance

This course is not currently available in the London campus.

 

The Master in Finance* prepares fund managers and professional investment analysts for entrance into the banking and finance sector. The course examines the principles of financing and investment decisions and their impact across a broad range of contemporary management concerns.

 

As part of the Finance specialisation, master students explore:

• classical and contemporary corporate financing approaches with respect to multinational firms in developed and developing markets

• the viability and appropriateness of a corporate mergers or acquisitions through evaluation and analysis

• value assessment and enterprise value

• risk management and different theories and approaches for the multinational enterprise

• the necessity for new approaches to dealing with geographical dispersed groups of individuals as well as other resources in international project management

Skills Acquired

• conceptual thinking, critical analysis, and the implementation of strategic action

• advanced communication and inter-personal skills

• in-depth critical understanding of relevant theories, concepts and models and the integration of theory and practice in a variety of contexts

• advanced enquiry and research skills, holistic thinking, integration and synthesis

• team working and motivational skills

• inner responsibility and self-inspection skills required for effective leadership.

 

Course Fees

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