The programme consists of three components. The first is advanced study in Financial Accounting, Finance, Finance Policy and Empirical Methods used in Finance and this takes place through the first and second semesters of the year. The second component is drawn from a choice of up to five modules in other subjects in Management disciplines, such as Strategic Management, Human Resource Management, International Business or optional further study in Accounting or in International Finance. The third component is a supervised dissertation that will draw on your acquired specialist subject knowledge and may reflect your own interest and background.
The MSc International Finance is a course for students who wish to undertake advanced coursework study in Finance alongside the opportunity to study related subjects in International Management or Accounting, as advanced preparation for a career in the financial world, or in an international financial institution or organisation.
The programme covers advanced study in Finance, International Finance and Policy, International Business and in Empirical Methods used in Finance following a similar structure to the MSc in Accounting.