Taught course

MSc Finance and Wealth Management

Bloomsbury Institute

Entry requirements

At least a second-class honours degree in either Accounting, Finance, Banking, Economics, Engineering, Mathematics or another Business-related subject with quantitative skills, you may also be required to pass an academic interview.

Months of entry

February, June, October

Course content

Our MSc in Finance and Wealth Management is ideal for those with any business-related degree that uses quantitative skills.

Offering a rigorous and contemporary curriculum, equipping you with the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful career in finance and wealth management. It prepares you for roles in the financial sector and within the finance function of large corporations.
Our degree provides a solid foundation in theory and practical skills, with a focus on the technical, quantitative, and analytical aspects of finance and wealth management. You will learn from experienced faculty who possess both academic expertise and real-world market experience. The curriculum delves into the intricate relationship between financial theory and practice, providing you with an advanced education in finance within a global business context. It combines rigorous issue analysis with comprehensive training to ensure your proficiency in the field. Upon completing the programme, you will emerge as a promising financial expert, uniquely prepared for both the international arena and the UK market. You will possess the competence to pursue finance professional roles across diverse industries and organisations, opening doors to exciting opportunities worldwide.

Fees and funding

UK students
International students

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    full time
    12 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

Dr Nnamdi Obiosa