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MSc Money, Banking and Finance


University of Sheffield    Department of Economics

Full time & Part time September MSc 1 year full time, 2 years part time

About the course

Explore specialist modules in finance, banking and monetary economics alongside economic theory.

Course description

You'll take specialist modules in finance, banking and monetary economics as well as learning core economic theory.

This course equips you well for a career in banking, financial institutions and markets.

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Entry Requirements

2:1 undergraduate degree in economics or a related subject with a strong emphasis on macroeconomics, microeconomics, mathematics and statistics.

Entry requirements for international students

Overall IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component, or equivalent.

Other English language qualifications we accept


Fees

Home (2022 annual fee) : £11,500
Overseas (2022 annual fee) : £23,250

 Course Content


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Liz Qiao

Liz is originally from China and after graduating plan to find an internship in the UK before going back to China to setup her own business.
On my course every module has a two hour lecture and one hour workshop every week, and all Lecturers have Consultation and Feedback time. So if you had any questions you can meet your lecturer in their office hour or during the workshop. Also, I think workshops and readings are helpful for understanding the course. Lecturers will guided you through workshop questions and the explanation of reading references, so you can get a thorough understanding of the course material.

My favourite module was Macroeconomic Analysis. I really enjoyed the Lecturer for this module because he used many examples from real-life to explain economic concepts, lecture slides and workshop questions.

After I graduate, I plan to find an internship in the UK after graduation and then I will go back to China to setup my own business in the area of education. I think my course helped me increase my skills. For example, the module Industrial Organization has taught me how firms set up prices and locations and how to make a business strategy. So I believe all of the Masters courses will help increase your employability.

Applying for jobs and careers support

I received lots of careers support both from the University and from the Department of Economics. If you wanted to get a part time job, you can go to ‘myJob shop’ in the Students’ Union.

If you’re looking for a full time job, you can make an appointment with careers services to ask for help. The University support is on how to write your CV, how to search for vacancies and how to prepare for interview.

But the support of the Department of Economics is more specific. The department will send you vacancies by email, once you sign that you want to get information about careers. Also, in the spring semester, the department holds workshops to introduce how to search for jobs, placements and how to prepare for an interview.

The best part of these workshops is when other students are invited to share their experiences about how to search for jobs or placement, and you can ask them questions individually.

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