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MSc Finance & Information Systems

Course Description

This joint programme between the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick and the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics, NUIG has been developed to meet ongoing up-skilling and re-training needs of specific sectors of the regional economy (business, financial services, ICT etc.) while also building upon both Universities' complementary teaching strengths and areas of expertise.

This MSc programme is designed to develop, build and enhance finance and ICT capabilities and skills for people working in private and public sector contexts:

While covering key future skills needs, the programme provides students with an opportunity to update, build and improve key strengths and capabilities, redirect their careers and/or consider how they can create their own employment or develop new routes to employment.

The programme aims to provide essential ICT technical skills, but equally aims to deliver the financial management skills and financial decision-making acumen - critical for employees in ICT, International Financial Services, Medical/Biopharma sectors and core to the success of Ireland's economic future.

Visit the MSc Finance & Information Systems page on the University of Limerick website for more details!

Student Profiles

Entry Requirements

This programme is aimed at highly numerate business graduates from Ireland and abroad with a specialisation in Economics and/or Finance. Minimum entry requirements include a primary degree (NQF Level 8) at Second Class Honours standard or equivalent. Applicants should have prior taught exposure to basic information systems or demonstrate competency in this area. An interview may form part of the application process.

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