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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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Application Deadline. August 24, 2020 Start Date. September 7, 2020 The MSc in Global Finance is a top quality Cass master's programme, taught entirely online. It is designed to meet your needs if you. Read more
To successfully complete this course, you must have a good understanding of mathematics. You may well have studied finance, economics, engineering or maths or physics as an undergraduate. Read more
Our International Economics and Finance MSc will suit you if you have a non-financial background. It is also for those interested in a management career with an emphasis on finance and international economics. Read more
This major covers a diverse range of areas in the finance industry, from the financial organization, operation and challenges of the economy at large to issues of financial management in firms and financial institutions. Read more
This mathematically rigorous course is unique in providing training from three top departments at Warwick. It enables you to develop and apply the quantitative skills in machine learning, computational statistics and mathematical finance used in the financial markets and the finance industry. Read more