Master's in Financial Management in Africa

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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Financial management programs are designed to teach individuals about the management of money and how this can help a business reach specific goals. Areas explored may include international finance, diversification, risk, budgeting and planning.

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European Master's Degree in Management in Financial Strategies

Ecole Supérieure Ouverte à Distance
Online Full time Part time 1 - 2 years Open Enrollment France France Online Belgium Belgium Online Switzerland Switzerland Online Luxembourg Luxembourg Online Lebanon Lebanon Online Martinique (Fr.) Martinique Online Guadeloupe (Fr.) Guadeloupe Online Reunion (Fr.) Reunion Online Mauritius Mauritius Online Canada Canada Online Algeria Algeria Online Tunisia Tunisia Online Morocco Morocco Online French Guiana French Guiana Online French Polynesia French Polynesia Online + 29 more

Postgraduate training, the European Master's Degree in Management and Financial Strategies trains you in all areas of finance as well as in strategic steering. [+]

Postgraduate training, the European Master's Degree in Management and Financial Strategies trains you in all areas of finance as well as in strategic steering. At the end of your Master MSF, you will be able to support the establishment of a short- or long-term financial strategy to achieve the goals set by your direction.

You will also be able to realize and develop internal controls and audits your business.

Two specialty modules are offered to students who will be able to specialize in the second year of European Master:

Specialty International Finance Company Corporate finance and strategic orientations Specialty

Acquire the following skills:

Understand the banking world, opportunities and threats Distinguish between the different regimes Mastering the legal and fiscal environment of the particular Know the basic insurance contracts Identify opportunities for an establishment or not to grant funding Measure and optimize the profitability of a customer relationship ... [-]

MCom in Financial Management

University of Johannesburg
Campus Full time Part time 2 years February 2019 South Africa Johannesburg + 1 more

The aim of this qualification is for the student to develop applied competence in the mastering, interpretation, reflecting on and application of principles in the broader field of finance. Through the master’s dissertation, a qualifying student shows evidence of scientific research, application of scientific research methodologies and an ability to reflect thereon in the holistic context of finance. [+]

The aim of this qualification is for the student to develop applied competence in the mastering, interpretation, reflecting on and application of principles in the broader field of finance. Through the master’s dissertation, a qualifying student shows evidence of scientific research, application of scientific research methodologies and an ability to reflect thereon in the holistic context of finance.

Admission requirements: A potential student must be in possession of a financially oriented Bachelor of Commerce Honour's qualification or equivalent on New NQF level 8 / NQF level 7, with at least Financial Management and/or Investment Management at third-year level. Alternatively, a student should possess any other four-year qualification with honours status on New NQF level 8 / Old NQF level 7 and have related a financially oriented experience which is deemed applicable by the Department of Finance and Investment Management. Finalisation of registration for the programme (and/or continued registration) is subject to applicants complying with departmental-specific requirements. Such requirements usually include preparatory work leading up to a research proposal that is approved by the department. Possible examples of preparatory work are pre-reading, literature reviews, concept development, and successful completion of short courses aimed at skills and/or knowledge development. Candidates may also be required to successfully defend their research proposals at special discussion sessions. The research proposal should be presented to a panel convened by the Department of Finance and Investment Management for this purpose.... [-]