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The MSc in Finance and Management provides a solid grounding in finance and management principles with rigorous training in relevant tools and techniques, and how to appl
The MSc in Finance and Management provides a solid grounding in finance and management principles with rigorous training in relevant tools and techniques, and how to apply them in the workplace. This degree programme is one of a set of postgraduate programmes designed by Cranfield University and offered at Muscat University. This is a dual degree programme, leading to the award of a Cranfield University degree and a Muscat University degree.
The MSc in Finance and Management aims to:
Prepare students for a career in financial services.
Provide students with a high level of financial skills.
Give students a rounded view of business and its management.
An English-medium undergraduate degree from a recognized university at second class honours level or above.
A professional qualification (e.g. CIMA) plus 5 years’ relevant work experience.
Exposure to quantitative subjects (Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering, Economics etc.) from previous studies or work experience.
A minimum English language proficiency level equivalent to IELTS 6.5. (with a minimum of 6.5 in the writing component)