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  Finance and Investment MSc

Brunel University London    Economics and Finance

Full time September MSc 1 year full-time / 16 months or 2 years full-time with placement
Business & Management (5) Finance (14)

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The MSc in Finance and Investment at Brunel University London is designed to equip graduates with advanced knowledge and skills in financial management, with a focus on investment analysis and portfolio management. This programme covers a range of topics including financial theory, financial markets, corporate finance, and more. You'll also have access to professional databases and training sessions with Bloomberg. The programme offers flexibility, with options to study full-time, with or without a work placement. Additionally, you can choose to follow the specialist pathway for the CFA Program, a globally recognized qualification in finance. Entry requirements include a 2:2 degree in relevant subjects.

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The Brunel Finance and Investment MSc gives graduates the advanced knowledge and skills needed to pursue careers in financial management, with a focus on investment analysis and portfolio management.

In addition to core subjects including financial theory, financial markets and corporate finance, you’ll examine in detail financial modelling, investment strategies, performance evaluation, risk assessment, investment valuation and asset pricing. 

Further, you’ll develop your quantitative and problem-solving skills and ability to critically evaluate and deliver midterm and long-term strategic solutions. 

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Entry Requirements

2:2 (or above) UK Honours degree (or equivalent internationally recognised qualification) in Economics, Finance, Accounting and Finance, Mathematics, Engineering or Scientific subjects with some study of corporate finance, international finance and securities.

Applicants with a 2:2 in a business subject including accountancy should demonstrate some exposure to corporate finance, financial engineering or securities analysis, and mathematics, statistics or operations research.

Applicants with a 2:2 degree not in the specified subject area, but with a statistical background or relevant work experience will be considered on an individual basis.


UK £13,750
International £26,400

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