As a student on the MSc in Finance by distance learning, you will exponentially improve and develop your knowledge of the concepts of finance and financial management in a variety of international contexts and sectors.
You will gain a greater understanding of how key areas including strategic financial management; financial analysis and investment, financial risk management, financial statements, financial modelling and corporate finance are central to organisational decision-making. Option modules and dissertation will enable you to pursue your own areas of interest.
As well as gaining a deeper theoretical and conceptual knowledge of finance, this programme will develop your ability to evaluate and analyse financial management problems and make sound strategic decisions in your professional role.
Distance learning allows you to achieve your academic targets and a world-class degree without leaving your family or putting your career on hold.
Attending this Master’s in Financial Management will broaden your horizons and offer you a unique chance to study successful financial strategies that can be applied in global financial organizations. Sharpen both your theoretical and practical skills by working closely with proven finance experts.
An Undergraduate Degree from an approved Institution and equivalent to a UK Honours Degree
OR a postgraduate diploma from a recognised institution.
English language proficiency – an IELTS Test of 6.5 with 7.0 in writing OR a TOEFL Test of 250 (Computer)/575 (Paper)/90 (IBT) OR
The University of Leicester English Language Test which takes only 90 minutes and is available on demand
Our graduates tell us that graduating from the MSc in Finance enabled them to swiftly move into senior and directorial roles such as CFO “Chief Financial Officer”, Financial Analyst, Financial Controller, General Manager, Managing Director, as well as senior positions on boards of directors of companies specialising in Securities, Commodities and Financial Services.
Please Note: due to regular enhancements of the University’s courses, please refer to Leicester’s own website (www.le.ac.uk) and/or Terms and Conditions (http://www2.le.ac.uk/legal) for the most accurate and up-to-date course information. We recommend that you familiarise yourself with this information prior to submitting an application.