Finance and Investment (MSc)

the United Kingdom

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The award
MSc

How long you will study
1 Years

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How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September

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About Finance and Investment at University of Nottingham

On this course, you will learn from finance experts, bringing you some of the most up to date knowledge and techniques in their fields.

It will provide you with a solid foundation in modern finance and investment and prepare you for a career in investment banking, financial management or further postgraduate study in a related subject.

The course has a distinct quantitative focus and includes both theoretical concepts as well as their applications. You will benefit from real-time access to our Bloomberg Terminals and you will learn to utilise data to analyse financial instruments and help make effective decisions.

You will study a variety of modules across two semesters as well as a summer dissertation. The taught component consists of five core modules plus two options from a wide range of modules. This includes topics in corporate finance, capital markets, and financial security valuation as well as a thorough grounding in research methods for finance and a chance to study behavioural finance.

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  • The awardMScHow you will studyFull-timeHow long you will study1 year
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Entry requirements

2.1 (international equivalent) in accounting, business studies, economics, finance or management; outstanding degrees in any quantitative discipline also considered. We will only consider students with a strong quantitative/mathematics background. You must have completed (at 2:1 or above UK or international equivalent) at least two of the following subject areas in the final two years of study: mathematics, statistics, quantitative research methods, finance, computational finance, and econometrics.

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