WHAT YOU WILL STUDY
Gain a deep understanding of financial markets in a global context, through topics such as:
Foundations of accounting
Data analysis and statistics
International financial management
Venture capital and private equity
Foundations of finance
Global financial markets
Financial statement analysis
Quantitative methods for financial management
Business models and financial strategy
Amedeo De Cesari
“Business decision-making has become more complex over recent decades, owing to global, long-term phenomena such as globalisation, international trade and technological innovation. Financial managers need to rise up to this challenge and equip themselves with rigorous knowledge and effective skills to make well-informed decisions and understand financial markets. The MSc in Financial Management aims to offer the notions and skills that today’s managers require, and provides a starting point for a successful career in finance.”
Studying a flexible course means you can learn while you continue to work and apply the skills and knowledge you learn immediately to solve your day-to-day business challenges in finance.
Meet and network with industry peers and global experts during workshops, held over six days, twice each year at our prestigious locations across the world.
Taught by one of Europe’s most experienced Accounting and Finance teams, with access to some of the most extensive financial databases and learning material around.
Our MSc in Financial Management is developed and delivered by our prestigious Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS), boasting triple accreditation from AACSB International, AMBA and EQUIS.
Alliance Manchester Business School is the UK’s largest campus-based business and management school, and the only UK business school with a presence in six global hubs, making us truly international.
Studying with us, you’ll benefit from more than fifty years of expertise from one of the UK’s first ever business schools, and have privileged access to a worldwide network of over 60,000 alumni, across 176 countries.