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Masters degrees in Finance train students to become experts in analysing and managing the monetary practices and transactions that underpin business, economics and wealth management.
Many programmes in this discipline have clear professional and vocational applications, with popular subjects including Banking, Insurance, Taxation and Investment. These courses often award MSc qualifications.
Research degrees are also available for students wishing to explore more abstract or theoretical topics such as Actuarial Science.
Many postgraduate Finance qualifications have clear professional applications. Typical employers include high-street or investment banks as well as insurance firms, financial advisors or even national revenue and customs agencies.
A Masters in Finance can also lead to more academic work, whether on behalf of a traditional university, or a political or economic think-tank. You could find yourself testing the implications of new economic theories, or assisting with key areas of a country’s fiscal policy.
Needless to say, all programmes in this discipline develop exceptional skills in numeracy, mathematical theory, data analysis and abstract reasoning – all of which are valued in a range of careers.
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The degree provides a full-time course for those seeking positions in Finance and Investment. The programme is based around the three main classes of capital investment activity - equity markets, fixed interest markets, and derivative markets. Read more
On our International Finance and Economics MSc, you’ll learn. to understand the impact of finance and financial markets on the wider global economy how to apply economic theory to the latest technological challenges with an emphasis on development and application rather than formulae. Read more
The Financial Times ranks Finance MSc 3rd in the UK and 11th in the world*. Gain a deep theoretical and conceptual understanding of finance and quantitative skills, as Warwick Business School prepares you for a range of careers in the financial sector. Read more