2:1 classification UK bachelors degree or equivalent, or equivalent overseas/professional qualification; applications assessed on individual merit. Work experience in a related field can compensate for degree subject/grades.
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A distinctive combination of banking and finance modules sets the MSc in International Banking and Financial Studies apart from other UK masters courses. The blend of subjects and wide choice of modules opens up a range of career paths without restricting you solely to either finance or banking – our graduates have gone on to work for leading organisations in both sectors. You’ll gain an in-depth understanding of the link between banking, finance and the economy from a global perspective, and apply your knowledge to real-world scenarios. You’ll also benefit from our academics’ direct involvement in research as well as their industry experience.
Compulsory modules include: Corporate Finance 1 and 2; Financial Risk Management; International Banking; Quantitative Research Methods in Finance
Optional modules include: Derivative Securities Analysis; Fixed Income Securities Analysis; Introduction to Portfolio Management and Exchange traded derivatives; Stock Market Analysis; International Finance; Behavioural Finance; Development Finance and Sustainability, Plus dissertation
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