Designed to allow practitioners in finance to strengthen their knowledge of financial law, and those working in law to gain a greater knowledge of finance, this programme equips both groups with the tools to negotiate the wide-ranging changes in global financial markets and the legal and the regulatory environment in which those markets operate.
Teaching takes an integrated approach to aspects of finance and law, with topics including risk management, regulation, mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings and formation of companies, as well as the bank-client relationship, bond issues and loans. Modules relate to both national and international finance and will give you an insight into how financial and legal principles are applied in practice as well as in theory.
There are five 8-week study sessions throughout the year – November, February, April, June and August. Examinations take place in October each year.
Visit the MSc Finance and Financial Law page on the SOAS, University of London web site for more details.
These scholarships are for Masters study in any subject field. The application process normally opens in December and closes in February, for study commencing in September the following year. Please go to the Canon Collins website and click "Apply for A Scholarship" and then "Canon Collins Scholarship for Masters Study in the UK" for further information on how to apply.
For the MSc and Diploma programmes, you should have an internationally recognised Bachelor’s degree in economics, business or other appropriate discipline Qualifications in other subjects will be assessed on their merits. Your application may also be considered if you have previous education and experience, equivalent to a degree-level qualification, which includes suitable preliminary training.
Recipient: SOAS University of London
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