Designed for students from a wide variety of non-financial disciplines and employment backgrounds, this course combines mathematical and communication skills to offer you a rounded approach to the world of international finance.
As well as communication and presentation skills, vital in this complex industry, you’ll gain knowledge of accounting practices, statistics, financial management, banking and insurance, plus a thorough overview of the international financial environment.
You'll choose six subjects from the following, three from A and three from B; in addition you'll study two compulsory subjects – Research Methods and Dissertation.
A: Statistics, Probability and Risk; Financial Management; Financial Markets, Institutions and Banking; International Economic Law
B: Strategic Financial Management; International Banking and Insurance; Global Finance; Strategic Management in Global Banking.
You'll need an Honours degree at 2.2 or above; or equivalent degree for entry into this course. Holders of UK degrees in Finance will not be admitted to this course.
1 year (September) 18 months (January)
Accounting and Finance