This MSc is a specialist course designed to further your existing knowledge of accounting and finance. It builds on the theory and application of accounting and finance principles and is designed to enable you to become a financial specialist in any business setting, or to pursue further postgraduate study.
Those with financial acumen have a key role to play in organisations, and will always be in demand. This course offers you the opportunity to enrich and broaden your understanding and appreciation of important topics within accounting and finance while engaging in current debate on the topics.
This course includes lectures, as well as the opportunity to interact and share your views in smaller groups. Compulsory modules in key areas of accounting have a key focus on quantitative research methods, while a number of optional modules are available so that you can tailor the degree to suit your individual interests and career aspirations.
Nottingham University Business School MSc Scholarships
Nottingham University Business School has a significant amount of scholarship funding available for Business School MSc students starting in September 2016. To be eligible for a 20% award, students need to have a current overall average of 65% (or overseas equivalent).Students with a current overall average of 80% (or overseas equivalent) will be automatically considered for a Nottingham University Business School ‘Elite Scholarship’ of between 75 – 100% and will be considered at the point of offer.Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit.
Value of Scholarship(s)
20-100% of the MSc course tuition fee
Open to UK/EU/overseas candidates. Have been offered a place on the MSc programme for entry in 2016.
For more information about scholarships and how to apply, please contact Wendy Bull at [email protected]
2:1 (or international equivalent) in any relevant degree (which must include a substantial amount of accounting) including accounting and finance, business studies, economics or management; IELTS: 6.5 (with no less than 6.0 in each element)
Recipient: University of Nottingham
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