You should usually hold a second-class honours degree (certain programmes may require a 2:1) from a recognised British or overseas university.
Evidence of basic skills in using software packages for word-processing, spreadsheets and powerpoint. Candidates without basic IT skills will be expected to attend a course to improve their skills that will run during the first half of the first semester.
Months of entry
This specialist pathway will help you to develop an understanding of finance within organisations, as well as develop knowledge of key elements of corporate financial management. There is a particular focus on international capital markets and international banking, preparing you for employment in international contexts where the management of capital in mixed financial economies is complex and therefore risky.
This course will provide you with a thorough understanding of the principals of management and finance, in an international context. You will study a core range of stimulating modules and also have the chance to focus in more detail on areas that interest you.
Recent core modules have covered topics including management research methods, international financial management, human resource management, the international economic environment, and marketing and international capital markets and banking. Optional modules cover a diverse range of topics, which might include project management or business ethics.
The course attracts graduates from a wide range of countries, thus making for an excellent cross-cultural mix in learning and teaching sessions. All students on the course are registered as affiliate members of the Chartered Management Institute.
The course is delivered by highly qualified teaching staff with practical experience of financial management and research, and consultancy expertise in credit, banking and financial services.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions
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