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The University of Manchester Middle East Centre Part-time MSc Financial Management
The University of Manchester Middle East Centre

Part-time MSc Financial Management

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

24 Months

English

Full time

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Sep 2024

GBP 22,050 *

Blended

* paid in 4 installments

Introduction

This course will equip you with the skills, knowledge and confidence that allow you to pursue a successful career in financial management.

You'll gain a deep understanding of the characteristics and functioning of financial markets in a global context and while you do not need to be a finance specialist to take this course, a strong interest in numbers and analytics is important.

Successful finance practitioners require a wide range of transferable skills and subject-specific knowledge in areas such as corporate finance, financial markets and financial accounting. Our MSc comprises foundational units in finance and accounting alongside advanced units in the following areas:

  • Financial management
  • Financial markets
  • Financial strategy
  • Private Equity
  • Data Analysis & Statistical Techniques
  • Quantitative Methods for Financial Management

A final supervised project will allow you to deepen your finance knowledge and apply your skills by analysing real-world information and addressing questions with practical implications. You will be taught by a team of academics who have several years of experience delivering course content both online and face-to-face within blended programmes. Our academics are on the cutting edge of finance research, which informs their teaching. They regularly utilise our wide range of financial databases in their learning and teaching activities. This is a significant strength of our MSc in Financial Management.

The course will equip you with:

  • A deep understanding of the tasks that financial managers and other similar finance practitioners undertake and the objectives they pursue;
  • The ability to describe and interpret the functioning of financial markets;
  • An understanding of why and how successful companies rely on and benefit from well-functioning financial markets;
  • The skills and knowledge to analyse and synthesise complex information from corporations and financial markets, and offer solutions to challenging problems;
  • The capability to search and gather relevant financial information from several sources such as companies' annual reports and financial databases;
  • Flexible and relevant transferable skills that finance practitioners require in their careers.

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