At the heart of every nation’s economy, finance offers a world of interesting, challenging and highly lucrative careers. This makes competition for jobs intense, especially in financial management. Our MSc is designed for graduates with a quantitative background who have limited knowledge of accounting, economics or finance. It provides the knowledge and skills you need to work in the finance sector as well as those that can give you a significant edge in this competitive global sector.
The finance sector is at the heart of the economy of every nation. The jobs there are interesting, challenging and highly lucrative. However, competition for the jobs is often very intense, especially in the area of financial management. This programme equips students with a broader, deeper, range of the knowledge and skills required for the jobs than any of its kind currently available - a valuable competitive advantage.
The Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) have selected Birmingham Business School as an Accredited University. This means that upon graduation you will hold both academic and professional qualifications, making this Financial Management programme unique. We are the first and only University to collaborate with ACT on the offering of a dual qualification programme for their new Certificates.
You will take nine modules and submit a research dissertation.
A good Honours degree (2:1 or higher) or postgraduate diploma from a UK university or equivalent. Applicants must have a pass mark (or a pass grade) in any quantitative subject (such as econometrics, statistics, mathematics, physics, or any other relevant module) for at least two terms on the bachelor’s degree programme, or any pass grade at GCE A-Level in mathematics, further mathematics, statistics or physics. If you would like A Level mathematics, further mathematics, statistics or physics to be considered as part of your application, please upload evidence of these results when making an application.
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Last updated January 26, 2017