MA in Finance and Investment
You will gain the in-depth research, data analysis, strategic planning and management expertise needed to perform at high-level finance positions. Key areas include Business and Financial Analysis, Quantitative Methods and Financial Markets, as well as Corporate Finance.
You will also develop real-life practical business skills through workshops and innovative group projects.
- MA in Finance and Investment
- Full-time 15 months (12 months on campus, 3 months online dissertation)
- Online 15-36 months (100% online with optional blended study on campus)
- UK undergraduate degree (any class) or equivalent – any subject area
- English Levels 5.5 IELTS (5.5 in all bands) or equivalent
- Applicants with substantial relevant professional experience will also be considered
- GMAT is not an obligatory requirement, but is considered an advantage and may be required for some applications. (Target score 550)
Students who fail to meet academic requirements can be assessed on their relevant work experience (at least 5 years of management experience in the public or private sector).
This programme has been designed by FBT and LSBF, and are validated and awarded by the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO.
You can also fit your MA in Finance and Investment around your life: learn full-time or part-time at our modern Birmingham campus. You can also study anytime, anywhere through our ground-breaking online platform – powered by InterActive.
This programme has a number of elective modules for students to choose from, so you can tailor your degree to your career aspirations*.
Everything we do at FBT is designed to propel our students to career success. Our courses offer industry-focused expertise, but we also provide dedicated career services to ensure your individual goals are met. These include personal development courses, one-to-one advice sessions and practical skills workshops.
*For the March 2014 intake, only the general pathway will be made available. As of September 2014, all specialisation pathways will be made available, subject to student demand.