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Economics, Finance and Management - MSc

University of Bristol Faculty of Social Sciences and Law

Full time September MSc 1 year full-time

About the course

This interdisciplinary programme will equip you with the knowledge and skills to address the strategic challenges that face modern businesses and organisations that operate in competitive national and global markets. It is suitable for students with limited experience in the three disciplines, providing comprehensive training in these subjects with a strong emphasis on real-world applications.

The School of Economics, Finance and Management aims to provide excellence in teaching and learning within a stimulating research environment.

Programme structure

After completing core units in economics, finance and management, you can choose your own mix of optional units or you can specialise in either strategy and business or international economics and finance. All students are equipped

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Entry Requirements

An upper second-class honours degree (or equivalent qualification) that demonstrates mathematical ability.

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Nam Anh Nguyen

5268.jpg I’m Nguyen Nam Anh from Vietnam. After graduating from Foreign Trade University in my country with a bachelor degree in Economics, I chose to study master in the United Kingdom as a next step in my occupation plan. According to the information on the Internet, University of Bristol made a strong impression on me at the first glance with its outstanding faculty and research facilities, especially a collaborate learning environment. Therefore, I unhesitatingly decided to become a part of this dynamic culture. After a half of term studying here, I realize that this is the best decision I have ever made.

At first, I was really impressed by the UK learning style, which encourages me study by myself. It totally differs from that of my own country. Here, I must spend most of time at the library and read a lot of textbooks under the guide of lecturers. That helped me understand deeply what I was taught rather than study for getting a high score in the final exam. Moreover, I also surprised about the close network among students, teachers and staff in our university which is via the official website, internal email and blackboard. It works great and very helpful for students, especially blackboard with the availability of all lecture slides, recording, and also previous exam papers.

Although in the beginning, I felt extremely nervous with the different learning style and also my English capability, it’s now no longer an issue to me thanks to the enthusiastic and friendly tutors and lecturers who helped me overcome all troubles. In Bristol University, every student will have their own personal tutor who is always available and willing to listen and share any problems with them, not only in study but also in life. Personally, I found it’s really helpful especially for international students who might face a lot of difficulties in their new life in a new country, just like me.

To sum up, I strongly think that I’ve been on right track and never regret with my decision to study in University of Bristol. The university has given me the necessary academic and theoretical background as well as precious experiences in life that, I believe, will put me in a very strong position to further my career upon graduation.

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