This programme will give students an understanding of the way financial intermediaries and institutions operate and the structure and functioning of financial markets. Students specialise in pricing financial assets and understand why and how corporations choose to issue different types of assets. Banking lessons provide information on how the financial intermediaries are operating, both domestically and internationally.
This program is for those who wish to:
- Obtain a high-level degree in a field of high demand
- Understand the way in which financial intermediaries and institutions operate, as well as the structure and functioning of financial markets
- Learn about the pricing of financial assets and how corporations choose to issue different types of assets
- Benefit from the agreements with certain international professional associations
This degree is comprised of twelve modules with 30 credits each and can be completed in 3 years.
The programme includes the following modules:
- Introduction to Economics
- Statistics 1 & Mathematics 1
- Principles of Finance and Banking
- Principles of Accounting
- Financial Management
- Econometrics or Macroeconomics or Microeconomics
- Financial Intermediation
- Investment Management
- Four more modules from a wide selection group
This degree is suitable for those who wish to pursue a career in accountancy, consulting, commercial banking, investment, sales, trading, risk management, or who wish to acquire the appropriate skills for further academic studies.
Graduates of the degree who wish to continue their studies for certification in international professional associations may benefit from an exemption from certain courses of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the Chartered Associates of the School of Finance and other international organizations.
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