STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD WITH A HULL MSC In the midst of challenging times for businesses around the world, it’s clear that organisations are looking for professionals who have the capacity to make sense of complex issues in order to make things work better.
This is why our MSc programmes will equip you with specialist skills, advanced knowledge and an appreciation of how these are put into practice in the global business environment – allowing you to fit smoothly into organisations of all kinds and add value from day one.
Funding for our MSc programmes is available through scholarships and bursaries for home/EU and international students.
MSC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT It has become clear that those who have responsibility for financial information can influence management decision making within and outside organisations – and we want to make sure that you have all the tools to help companies make the right choices in challenging economic climates.
This is why our MSc in Financial Management provides a strong grounding in the theory and practices of accounting and finance in the corporate sector. Through this programme you will become adept at analysing financial information, adopting an international perspective as you consider developments in financial management across different cultures.
You will be invited to put yourself in the position of a financial manager within an organisation and investigate practical, real-world examples. You’ll also explore traditional and contemporary developments in financial practice and draw upon relevant research as a foundation on which to form strategic approaches to financial management.
You will study:
• Foundations of Finance • Corporate Performance Analysis • Corporate Financial Management • International Finance and Investments • Financial Analysis • Professional Skills • Research Methods
You will also • choose one optional module from the wide choice available • engage in a dissertation or project in an area of interest
TRANSFERABLE SKILLS In addition to core modules related to your area of study, all MSc programmes include two common modules to help develop transferable academic and professional skills.
Professional Skills will help you to build the tools you need to achieve your academic and professional objectives, including personal development planning techniques, communication and presentation skills, and approaches to problem solving.
Research Methods enables the exploration of research paradigms in the context of business and management, providing you with tools and techniques ready for the dissertation or project and beyond.
DISSERTATION OR COMPANY-BASED PROJECT The dissertation provides the opportunity to pursue your interests and strengthen your analytical and critical skills as you undertake a major piece of work.
Your dissertation can be in the form of a company-based project, which involves the exploration of a specific organisational issue related to your programme of study. You will put your learning into practice in a real organisation and feed your findings and recommendations back.
ENGAGE WITH THE WORLD OF WORK Our dedicated World of Work team coordinates the company-based projects, promotes job opportunities and arranges events throughout the year to support your career development.
This support does not end on graduation. We encourage all our students to keep in touch with us after they have finished their studies by joining our global community of 27,000 graduates, who work in roles from senior managers in functional areas to chief executives. Graduates are invited to take part in the stimulating network opportunities and management development programmes we offer, continuing their personal and professional development.
Honours degree (or equivalent) and a good command of English (evidenced by IELTS, TOEFL or previous study in English).
Recipient: University of Hull
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