The MSc in Finance is designed to develop analytical and technical skills associated with financial asset pricing and hedging, portfolio management and corporate finance.The flexible programme structure enables students to focus on particular areas of interest while building upon a rigorous treatment of modern financial theory and quantitative analysis. Together with the use of Bloomberg and Datastream this will enable an understanding of relevant real world financial problems and their efficient solutions.
Typical career destinations include employment in the investment management industry, a financial officer within a commercial or public organisation, or a researcher in the area of finance.
All applicants must hold at least a good Second-Class Honours degree (2.1 or 2.2) or overseas equivalent in finance, economics or other business-related subject area demonstrating quantitative content, or in an alternative quantitative subject. Students who have appropriate professional qualifications or relevant work experience may also be considered.
Recipient: Keele University
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