The BIFin (Bachelor of International Finance) provides you with the necessary analytical skills to understand the environment in which multinational firms operate.
Where the BFin (Bachelor of Finance) addresses financial issues relating to UK and Irish companies, the focus of the BIFin is on the international financial stage. Incorporating core modules of the BFin, elements of this syllabus enable you to understand how these firms select, assess, and finance their projects internationally. It will provide you with a foundation to appreciate how financial risks are managed by international firms. The programme covers the mechanics and operation of foreign exchange and interest rate markets, financial econometrics, and important monetary and financial issues affecting developments around the world.
2024 entry requirements:
4 Highers at ABBB (BBBC for widening access entry) plus English and Maths or another maths based subject at National 5.
Advanced entry to 2nd year available with Advanced Highers at BBB plus Higher Maths, Accounting and Economics (with at least one at Advanced Higher).
School of Business
Accounting and Finance