All of our MSc programmes require a good Bachelor's degree. This usually means a UK 2.1 or above, or the equivalent from an overseas institution. Some MSc programmes require previous study in particular subjects - you can find out more on the individual course pages. If you are currently studying, you should provide: an interim transcript showing your marks achieved to date; a list of modules that you are undertaking in your final year of study (if these are not listed on your degree transcripts).
Months of entry
At Cass, we are committed to offering high quality MSc courses to the widest possible audience, including students who prefer not to relocate to London to continue their studies. Choosing the new online MSc in Global Finance will allow students to continue working and experience the benefits of a Cass Masters degree, without having to take a career break or relocate to London.
Developing students’ financial expertise to the highest level, the course provides a comprehensive grasp of the principles and theories of finance and their application to real-life corporate situations, both locally and internationally. It is set in the context of the wider global economic environment and encourages students to critically analyse contemporary theories and practical case studies.
Fees and funding
Tuition fees: £22,500
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions