In the current choppy waters of international corporate finance, professional respect and reward await those able to question, analyse, plan and ultimately steer a smooth course using day-to-day tactical and long-term strategic thinking.
Globally focused, the Birmingham City Business School MSc Management and Finance offers both UK and international students a sharp insight into the proactive managerial mind. It takes established theories of management and financial practice, invites you to question their practical application, and to bring your own ideas of effective financial management to the boardroom table.
Weighing your company’s financial objectives against the constraints which can hinder them, it puts you in the shoes of a manager at the sharp end of financial decision making.
You will emerge with an awareness of the responsibilities and rewards of the manager who can examine corporate financial structure, identify stress points, and offer new insights and answers to the challenges which confront organisations.
Perfectly balanced to blend aspects of business and management relevant to your background with a specialism in finance, the Birmingham City Business School MSc enhances your employability or ably supports your career advancement.
This course also benefits from the core text book for each module being provided as part of the course fee.
The Birmingham City Business School MSc allows graduates from diverse disciplines - or those seeking continuing professional development - to gain access to the study of business with a specialist area.
It provides an opportunity to combine the theory and practice of management with the completion of a substantial, in-depth dissertation focusing on finance.
The programme aims to produce future managers able to improve the quality of financial decision-making, leadership and business practice across a range of organisations.
Management, personal and academic competency, as well as guidance on developing research skills are grown and matured through the Enhancing Business and Management Skills module.
The 12 month course is run over four terms, the first three consisting of 12 weeks each and the fourth lasting eight weeks.
The programme offers three exit points at Certificate, Diploma and Master’s level.
For further information please visit http://www.bcu.ac.uk/postgrad