Master in Management of Global Financial Services FT Sem 1 - Harrow - Greater London - University of Westminster - I16069

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  • Objectives
    This MSc focuses on providing academic experience with a strong emphasis on development of the knowledge and capabilities appropriate to the rapidly changing global financial services environment. The course enhances your learning experience on how financial institutions operate and manage their services and resources. You will have an opportunity to develop skills required to add value to banking and non-banking organisations and to address the issue of management within a financial services context.
  • Entry requirements
    You should normally possess a good knowledge of business and finance at undergraduate level, therefore, you must hold at least a Second Class degree or equivalent in the area of business and finance (ie Bachelors degree in business, finance, accounting or management). You must be able to speak and write English fluently. If you are a non-native English speaker you will have to achieve at least 6.5 in IELTS, 600 in TOEFL (paper based) or 250 in TOEFL (computer based) or an equivalent from a well established higher education organisation. Exemptions will be made if you have successfully completed a significant part of your studies in English.
  • Academic title
    MSc in Management of Global Financial Services FT Sem 1
  • Course description
    Course Content

    You receive different lectures and workshops
    that cover specific subject areas relating to
    the management of financial services within
    both the national and international contexts.
    The themes covered consider the various
    financial institutions of different sizes (small,
    medium and large) and the risk involved
    in managing their financial resources. On
    finishing the course, you will be educated to
    deal with complex business environments in
    order to respond positively to market needs.

    Core modules
    - Contemporary Issues in Management of Financial Services
    - Dissertation (Research Project)

    – including Research Methods and PDP Part 2
    - Financial Institutions and Markets
    - Financial Services Management
    and Marketing
    - Global Corporate Finance
    - International Finance
    - Management of Financial Exposure
    - Management of International Services
    - Research Methods and Personal

    Development Part 1

    Teaching and Assessment
    The delivery of the modules will draw upon two main different
    learning approaches: face to face and online teaching methods.
    The face to face teaching will take the form of lectures and
    seminars. The lectures provide you with key opportunities to
    develop your ‘critical thinking’ of the subject, to provide the
    framework for your independent study and to reinforce what
    you have already learnt. Seminars are designed to enable you
    to seek clarification of material covered in the lectures and
    practice the management tools employed within the financial
    services industry using case studies, open discussions and
    other forms of learning. The Blackboard system will be used
    to support delivery of this programme. The system allows
    you to practice online exercises, to have access to various
    case studies and to test your knowledge of the subject using
    online assessments.

    The purpose of the assessment strategy is to provide both
    formative guidance and summative assessment at Masters level.
    The assessment criteria of the modules embody this learning
    approach, as they test personal evaluation skills as well as
    the ability to work collaboratively in applying knowledge and
    techniques. The research methods and final project module
    integrates the learning cycle, giving you responsibility on
    a specific project, where the aim and the correspondent
    assessment criteria are to reach a professional level in
    researching, self developing and reporting.

    Associated Careers
    You are expected to develop career management skills
    in parallel to the educational skills. The aim is to prepare
    graduates with positive and critical way of thinking towards
    leadership. There is high emphasis on self-awareness, planning,
    leadership, negotiation, decision-making, communication and
    dealing with uncertainty. Graduates are expected to be able to
    transfer these skills to the employing organisation.

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