Master's Degree in Financial Economics in London in United Kingdom

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Within economics is a branch of study that focuses on monetary activities called financial economics. Financial economics concerns the movement of money throughout world markets, the influence of global events on the stock market and other investments, and how to minimize risk when investing money.

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Master in Management - Financial Economics

EDHEC Business School
Campus Full time 2 - 4 years September 2017 United Kingdom London England + 1 more

Taught on our campus in Nice, Financial Economics prepares students for the demands of the international financial job market. [+]

Masters in Financial Economics in London in United Kingdom. Taught on our campus in Nice, Financial Economics prepares students for the demands of the international financial job market. It trains students to both managerial and technical skills and offers a rich array of four second-year specialisations leading to the Master of Science. Close ties with businesses Financial Economics benefits from its close ties with leading companies and from the support of our Corporate Programme Sponsors: Société Générale and PwC. International exposure EDHEC Business School has entered into 117 partnerships in 31 countries. Students may complete their last year of study in pursuit of a Diploma in Economics (double-degree) at the University of Cambridge. Research impact The programme benefits from the research conducted by our Research Centres such as the renowned EDHEC-Risk Institute. It offers students an uncommon training ground on which to strive for excellence. [-]