This programme is aimed at students with a strong interest in financial trading in integrated financial markets. You will focus on trading and the behaviour of global financial markets through the use of an on campus simulated trading floor, which provides practical exposure and hands-on experience in the art of trading. In addition, you will gain career ready business skills sought after by employers’, including teamwork, communication, presentation and leadership skills.
WHY CHOOSE THIS PROGRAMME?
By choosing to study this programme you will have the benefit of gaining a Masters qualification, alongside preparing for the Financial Information Associate (FICD) Certificate, recognised by the world’s leading financial information companies. Exposure to a technology-rich fully simulated trading floor, mirroring a top investment bank and Bloomberg trading software can also lead to acquiring a Bloomberg certificate.
• Global Financial Markets
• Stochastic Finance
• Trading Economics
• Valuation of Securities and Equity Trading
• Advanced Valuation and Bond Trading
• Financial Derivatives Trading
• Understanding Financial Reporting
• Financial Enterprise and Social Responsibility
• Business and Management Research Methods
• Consulting Project
• Entrepreneurship Project
MSc programmes are delivered over four terms and you can choose to begin your programme in October 2016 or January 2017.
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIESCoventry University London Campus
is delighted to have recently launched over £180,000 worth of scholarships to UK and International students holding an offer of study for October 2016, January 2017 and April 2017 entry. You can find out more about our Scholarships by viewing our website.
Students will emerge from this course with well-developed powers of analysis, clear perspectives on strategy and strategic thinking, and highly effective communication and research skills. All of which are demanded by employers in private, public, and third sector organisations around the world.
A second class honours degree (2:2) or above. Applications from candidates with equivalent degree and relevant experience will be considered on an individual basis. Work experience is desirable but not essential.