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In this programme, skills are developed through creating a broader understanding of financial firm risk-taking, accountability, governance. The emphasis is on a deep analysis of mainstream and critical authorship. We will challenge current and past thinking on the role of financial institutions and markets. The programme particularly encourages you to examine regulatory structures and concepts in the context of recent and past financial crises.
You will build the skills and knowledge needed to gain an understanding of financial reform processes and their consequences for markets around the world. Rigorous classroom teaching coupled with extensive reading will provide you with a sound theoretical basis. An understanding of substantive legal issues is also developed.
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Undergraduate Degree – Minimum 2:1 or the equivalent from an overseas institution*
Degree Discipline – Any discipline – no quantitative requirement
GMAT – No requirement
* Please note that due to increasing competition for places on our Masters programmes our entry requirements may change.
We operate a rolling admissions system and you are therefore advised to apply early in order to be sure of your place on our programmes. We experience high levels of demand, and it is possible we might have to close applications to some programmes once places are filled.
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