Our Finance Master’s programmes are intellectually rigorous and quantitative, covering a broad range of relevant topics to prepare you for a successful career in finance. Whether you are seeking a career in corporate finance, investment banking, wealth management or any other area of Finance, our diverse portfolio has a programme tailored to your needs.

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Finance Master’s programmes MSc Finance MSc Finance & Accounting MSc Financial Technology MSc Investment & Wealth Management MSc Risk Management & Financial Engineering
Summary MSc Finance is a one-year programme that prepares high-calibre recent graduates for a wide range of careers in the financial services sector. It is an intellectually rigorous, quantitative finance programme covering a broad range of topics. The programme is ranked 1st in the UK, excluding multi-campus programmes, by the Financial Times and 3rd in the world by eFinancialCareers for getting a job in investment banking. MSc Finance & Accounting is a one-year programme that appeals to students from a range of business and scientific backgrounds looking to move into the finance industry. It provides students with an understanding of both the financial basics and the practical elements of the finance and accounting industries. Our MSc Financial Technology is a one-year programme providing graduates with in-demand quantitative and analytical skills, including coding and programming capabilities, necessary to embark on a successful career in fintech or the financial services sector. Our MSc Investment & Wealth Management is a one-year programme that offers a comprehensive grounding in the theory of finance alongside the practical application of these ideas to the business of wealth and asset management. It offers a full range of modules in asset and wealth management, private equity and banking. MSc Risk Management & Financial Engineering is a highly quantitative one-year programme geared towards technically-minded graduates wanting a deeper, more analytical study of risk management and financial engineering than is found in general finance programmes.
Entry requirements – degree background Preferably a First Class Honours degree (or international equivalent) from a recognised university in a highly quantitative subject such as mathematics, engineering, economics, finance or science. Read the full entry requirements. A First or Upper Second Class Honours degree (or international equivalent) from a recognised university in a quantitative subject such as finance, accounting, economics, mathematics, engineering, science or business. Read the full entry requirements. A First or Upper Second Class Honours degree (or international equivalent) from a recognised university in a quantitative subject such as engineering, accounting, mathematics, science, mathematics, economics, finance. Read the full entry requirements. A First or Upper Second Class Honours degree (or international equivalent) from a recognised university in a quantitative subject such as finance, economics, mathematics, engineering, science or business. Read the full entry requirements. A First or Upper Second Class Honours degree (or international equivalent) from a recognised university in a highly quantitative subject such as mathematics, engineering, science or economics. Read the full entry requirements.
Entry requirements – work experience Prospective students are strongly recommended to undertake relevant internships and work placements. Work experience is not essential, but you are strongly recommended to undertake relevant internships. Work experience is not essential, but you are strongly recommended to undertake relevant internships. Work experience is not essential, but you are strongly recommended to undertake relevant internships. Work experience is not essential, but you are strongly recommended to undertake relevant internships.
Typical graduate careers Graduates are typically employed in sales and trading, investment banking, asset management, hedge funds and consulting. Graduates are typically employed in financial services, professional services, accounting and corporate banking. We expect our graduates will go into technology-driven roles across the finance sector such as analysts, developers, data scientists and software engineers. Graduates are typically employed in asset/investment management, hedge funds, wealth management, sovereign wealth funds and investment advisory. Graduates are typically employed in risk management, sales and trading, corporate or retail banking, financial engineering, financial technology and consulting/advisory.
Professional links MSc Finance is a member of the CFA University Affiliate Program. MSc Finance & Accounting is accredited by ACCA and CIMA. N/A MSc Investment & Wealth Management is a member of the CFA University Affiliate Program. MSc Risk Management & Financial Engineering is accredited by the Professional Risk Managers’ International Association (PRMIA).
Start date September 2021 September 2021 September 2021 September 2021 September 2021
Fees £37,500 ££37,500 £37,500 £37,500 £37,500
Application deadlines 6 January 2021,
17 February 2021,
29 March 2021
13 January 2021,
1 March 2021,
23 April 2021
13 January 2021,
1 March 2021,
23 April 2021
13 January 2021,
1 March 2021,
23 April 2021
13 January 2021,
1 March 2021,
23 April 2021
Scholarship deadlines 17 February 2021 1 March 2021 1 March 2021 1 March 2021 1 March 2021
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