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Accounting and Finance - MSc


University of Northampton    Faculty of Business and Law

Full time September, January MSc Full time 1-2 years 31 January 2022

About the course

Our MSc Accounting and Finance course provides you with the essential skills needed for pursuing a high level career in finance across all types of organisations; public and private sector, within industry and commerce, both in the UK and abroad.

If you are looking to enhance your career prospects, this course can provide a contextual understanding of how accounting and finance operates within the business environment. You will examine how financial decisions are made within business, as well as the repercussions on broader society of corporate and financial decisions.

This course has an Industry Placement Option.

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Entry Requirements

If you hold a recognised first or second class honours degree from a UK university or international equivalent in finance, banking, accounting or a related discipline then you will meet our Accounting and Finance degree entry requirements for this course. If you hold professional qualifications, you will also be considered for entry onto this course.


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Scholarships

The Chancellor’s Fund is a bi-annual fund providing students with awards of between £100 and £1,000. You must be a current student to apply.

The criteria for applications are:
- training and research
- extracurricular activities, cultural activities, volunteering or sport
- priority projects – linked to the University’s strategic plan, including new and innovative start-up projects where there is an opportunity for social impact

Please note that the fund does not cover the following:
- tuition fees
- accommodation as part of attending University
- travel to and from University or to placements which form part of a course of study
- equipment or materials required for assessed work (including computers/laptops/tablets)

Deadline:
Application deadlines are 30 October and 28 February each year.

Terms and Conditions:
For further information please see our Scholarship Terms and Conditions page on our website or email Corinna Coleman on corina.coleman@northampton.ac.uk

Value of Scholarship(s)

£100 to £1000

Eligibility

You must be a current student to apply.

Application Procedure

Contact our Scholarships Administrator Corinna Coleman on scholarships@northampton.ac.uk for information on how to apply.


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The Dr Mike Daniel Research Degree Scholarship awards £500 to a postgraduate research degree student at the University of Northampton.

Dr Mike Daniel was Pro Rector (Academic Quality) from 1993-2002 and played a major role in guiding the institution towards taught degree awarding powers and university college designation. After his untimely death in 2002 friends and colleagues raised sufficient funds to create a research degree scholarship to be named after him.

The award recognises the financial difficulties often experienced by research degree students. In particular, the award is aimed at specific costs often associated with an individual research programme, for example, travel, software and closed library access.

Please note that this scholarship will be advertised again in spring 2018.

Terms and Conditions:
For further information please see our Scholarships Terms and Conditions page or email Corinna Coleman, Scholarships Administrator on corinna.coleman@northampton.ac.uk

Value of Scholarship(s)

£500

Eligibility

The Dr Mike Daniel Research Degree Scholarship awards £500 to a postgraduate research degree student at the University of Northampton.

Application Procedure

Email Corinna Coleman, Scholarships Administrator on corinna.coleman@northampton.ac.uk for details of the application procedure.


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The Sir Thomas White Charity provides loans and grants to support and encourage young people to progress their employment and career prospects by funding educational and training needs.

Sir Thomas White’s Northampton Charity Grant Fund offers grants of up to £1,000 to support individuals to access education or employment opportunities.

The Fund can be used for:

- Education or training leading to a recognised qualification
- Training/courses leading to relevant trade skills

You can find out more about the Sir Thomas White Charity at http://www.stwcharitynorthampton.org.uk.

For more information about this scholarship please contact Corinna Coleman scholarships@northampton.ac.uk.

Value of Scholarship(s)

up to £1,000

Eligibility

To apply you must be:

- aged between 16 and 34 years

-a current resident of the Borough of Northampton and have resided there for (at least) the last five years

The Trustees have recently widened this boundary to include some additional areas. To check if your area is within the required boundary, please check the area boundary map.

Application Procedure

To apply for the Sir Thomas White Charity Grant, please download and complete the application form from our website.

Please note that this scholarship will be advertised again in autumn 2017.

For further information please see our Scholarship Terms and Conditions page.


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We are very pleased to offer a generous scholarship to applicants from outside of the European Union who have strong academic backgrounds. All full-time courses taught on campus (excluding the Pre-sessional English courses) are eligible for this scheme, and applicants will be considered for a scholarship on the basis of academic achievement.

If you are successful you will receive up to 30% off your tuition fees for the duration of your course.

For more information, and for other funding options, please visit the International Scholarships page.

Value of Scholarship(s)

up to 30% off your tuition fees

Eligibility

Applicants from outside the European Union studying full-time courses taught on campus (excluding the Pre-Sessional English courses).

Application Procedure

You do not have to apply for a scholarship separately, all international application forms are automatically considered for the scholarship when an application is made.

If you are successful you will be informed of your scholarship in your offer letter.


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