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The MSc Finance (Asset Management) is a one-year programme developed to prepare students for careers in the international investment, asset management, finance and banking industries. Students focus on developing the analytical and professional skills necessary for a career in finance. The course aims to produce graduates who can contribute to the industry from their first day in employment.
The course has been designed in conjunction with industry to ensure its graduates have the skills to match the needs of employers. On completion of the MSc Finance (Asset Management), you can expect to have excellent career prospects within investment management, banking, insurance, proprietary trading, wealth management and alternative investments.
The MSc Finance (Asset Management) programme
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Applicants must normally have (or expect to have) a 2H1 degree in a degree (NFQ Level 8) or equivalent in:
– A business related programme (e.g. Commerce, Law, Business Studies, Economics, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Information Systems etc.)
– A programme with a significant quantitative element (e.g. Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering, Science, Computing etc.)
Applicants who achieve a 2H2 degree but meet all other requirements and applicants from other degree disciplines with at least a 2H1 degree are considered on a case by case basis.
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