Taught course

Financial Management (Blended Learning)

The University of Manchester · Alliance Manchester Business School

Entry requirements

A 1st or 2:1 UK Bachelor's honours degree or international equivalent.

Excellent candidates with a 2:2 UK Bachelor's honours degree or international equivalent (with at least one year of relevant professional experience), who can demonstrate their suitability and motivation for this Master's course. The degree should be in a relevant subject with good grades in quantitative subjects. An interview may be required.

We expect that most candidates interested in this Master's will have a degree in engineering, mathematics, business, economics, science or other related subjects. However, your degree can be in any discipline if you can demonstrate that you have good numeracy and analytical skills.
PLEASE NOTE: Qualifications from non-UK institutions must be equivalent to UK qualifications. Grading schemes of some institutions may vary - please provide an official grading scheme with your transcripts.

Months of entry


Course content

Are you looking to build more financial management knowledge or move into the financial sector? Our MSc Financial Management will equip you with a broader understanding of finance to help you gain confidence in any role or industry.

Build knowledge and skills in finance
Gain skills and knowledge in areas such as corporate finance, financial markets and financial accounting to build your credibility and ability to see the big picture for your organisation.
The MSc in Financial Management will equip you with the financial acumen you need to succeed and solve business challenges in any sector.
Course overview
The MSc Financial Management will introduce you to sophisticated finance tools and techniques and give you an understanding of financial markets and institutions within a global context. You will learn how to:
  • Understand the interplay between well-functioning financial markets and successful companies
  • Apply a full range of financial techniques to real-life business situations
  • Describe, analyse and interpret financial data from markets and companies
  • Search and gather relevant financial information from multiple sources, including companies' annual reports and financial databases
  • Offer data-based solutions to complex and relevant business challenges, for example:
  • Evaluating the performance and riskiness of a company or an asset
  • Selecting valuable investment projects
  • Determining the type of capital a company should raise to fund investment
  • Analysing a company's financial strategy

Information for international students

All of our programmes, require a high level of competency in all aspects of English language - speaking, writing, listening and reading.

You will need to provide evidence that your English language ability meets the University of Manchester minimum requirements and is sufficient to enable you to fully participate and be successful in the programme. In some cases, we may also arrange an interview.

You are not required to provide evidence of English language competence if you are a citizen of a country where English is the official or primary language. All other candidates are required to provide evidence of English Language competence.

Fees and funding

UK students
International students

The tuition fee for the 2023 intake is £20,500 payable in four instalments before the start of each semester.

The £21,000 fee covers your tuition. It does not cover your accommodation and flight costs when travelling to the face-to-face workshops.
Please note that:
Students registered with the Middle East Centre are required to pay 5% VAT on top of the tuition fee, which is a mandatory requirement of the government of the UAE. The VAT will be added to the tuition fee payable and is applicable regardless of the student's nationality or residency.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    part time
    24 months
    • Distance learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

Alliance Manchester Business School