Finance generally refers to the handling or acquiring of money and funds. This can involve personal finance, corporate finance or public finance. However, finance is a very broad term that can refer to different aspects of the financial field. It plays a crucial part in most businesses and sectors, as the handling of money is very important.
An undergraduate degree in finance will normally give you a foundation knowledge of all finance areas. This may include macro and microeconomics, statistics and accounting, financial management, international finance and international forecasting. You may also get opportunities to develop your understanding of financial markets and how finance affects the wider world.
You will mainly be taught through lectures and seminars. You may be given the chance to participate in group projects. Some universities offer chances to take part in placements, but this is not guaranteed.