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Financial Management MSc/PG Cert/PG Dip


Middlesex University Faculty of Professional and Social Sciences

Full time & Part time October MSc, PGDip, PGCert 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time

About the course

Crucial to the success of any organisation, financial management is an exciting discipline with complex challenges and far-reaching effects in today's global business world. Its importance lies in the constant need for evermore effective management of funds to enable organisations to realise their potential and achieve their goals. Only with efficient financial management can a business truly survive and grow in a sustainable way.

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Entry Requirements

We normally make offers on second class honours degree 2:2 or above in an appropriate subject.

UK/EU and international students are eligible to apply for this course.

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Gloria Botchway

I had always had a passion for finance but it took me a few years to follow my ambition – in fact I studied English and Theatre Studies as an undergraduate. This course is excellent because you don't need a financial background and it trains you in all the key areas of finance. However, you do have to work very hard to make up for it; I spent a lot of time in the library poring over accountancy and finance articles and drew on the support and advice of lecturers, who were outstanding.

My dissertation was on the operating financial review; it used to be mandatory for companies to complete it until Gordon Brown made it optional, so I looked at why he may have taken that decision and whether it was the right one. It's great to be able to use my knowledge to investigate issues that affect businesses in reality. The academic side of finance has been very stimulating and I'm toying with the idea of doing a PhD. Alternatively, I would look for a job as a financial analyst so I can really utilise all the skills I've learnt on the course.

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