What you will study on the MSc Financial Management?
Focusing on corporate finance and the relationship between financial decision-making and capital market behaviour the early stage of the course prepares you with the capabilities to apply key financial and management accounting skills and theories to real-world business operations. As the course moves on it equips you with the tools an international manager or entrepreneur would need, including business plans, financial management tools, capital budgeting and valuing ventures. You’ll also examine how corporate governance can impact your work, and how investors and financiers use corporate reports to assess stability and form valuations.
Now with the skills and knowledge developed through the course you will be able to apply them to a dissertation research project of your choice. This is a chance for you to extend your knowledge of a selected topic and to apply it to the formulation and design of a substantive investigation.
There are three different awards available for this course:
- MSc route comprises of one 30 credit module, six 15 credit modules and a 60 credit dissertation
- PG Certificate route comprises of one 30 credit module plus two 15 credit modules
- PG Diploma route comprises of one 30 credit module plus six 15 credit modules