Comments about Master Corporate Finance and Investment - At the institution - London - Greater London
This degree specifically seeks to address the recent changes that have taken place in debt finance and the effect that these changes have had on corporate investment decisions. The course looks in particular at these new areas of funding, including the application of risk management to investment decisions. As well as appealing to UK students, this course will be of particular interest to overseas students who want to understand how Western capital markets have provided innovative forms of debt finance. The course was established following consultation with various international banks and major financial institutions, and attracts both graduates and those who are professionally qualified, and who are working or expect to be working in corporate finance.
You should have at least a lower second Honours degree or equivalent in a relevant subject such as accounting, economics, finance, business or a related area. Applicants without formal qualifications but with business experience are encouraged to apply. Account will be taken of the type of business experience and motivation.
MSc Corporate Finance and Investment
The course includes four core modules and some optional modules, one of which can be taken from elsewhere in our postgraduate scheme.You will also need to undertake a dissertation of around 15,000 words.
-Corporate Financial Planning
-Capital Structure and Funding
-Global Financial Market
-Research Methods for Accounting and Finance
-Corporate Treasury Management
-Mergers and Acquisitions
-Strategic management Control and Appraisal
Assessment varies between modules but generally includes coursework, projects, presentations and examinations.
Typical career destinations include banking, insurance, property finance, and work within leasing companies and in corporate finance departments. The course is also excellent preparation for further study or research.
Attendance & duration
Full-time: one year, two days a week
Part-time (day): two years, one day a week