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Course summary

The Fintech revolution is moving at such a pace that it's estimated in Scotland alone there will be a need for over 50,000 jobs to be created to fill the skills gap. The UK has the most developed finance sector in the world and sits at the epicentre of change. This qualification will open you up to UK-wide and global opportunities. Its defining features are that it combines two streams which are required in modern finance. The first is financial knowledge and the second is the knowledge and understanding to drive sector change and new product development. This programme will: Develop your knowledge and understanding of contemporary HRM as a strategic management function in public and private sector organisations. Build on your critical understanding of the complexities of managing employment relationships in the modern business environment. Enable you to become HR managers who’ll have an influence on organisational performance and change. Give you the opportunity to study and learn intellectual abilities and strength in a multicultural and stimulating academic environment. MSc Fintech is aimed at non-specialists with either a financial or technological background, who wish to develop a career in this important, disruptive field. Financial intermediation accounts for a significant percentage of GDP. The Fintech model developed in the UK will likely be the blueprint adopted around the world.

Modules

MAT510 Introduction to Data Science; MBA501 Fintech and Disruption; ANF511 Advanced Financial Reporting and Analysis; CMP511 Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence; ANF514 Research Methods; ANF502 Financial Management and ANF509 Masters Project.

Assessment method

You’ll be assessed using a number methods, designed to give insight into best practices in the world of work. These include portfolio work, case study analysis, presentations (individual and group) and report writing. Traditional methods of assessment are also used, including exams, class tests, and research projects.


Entry requirements

Applicants should have at least a lower second class (2:2) honours degree, or equivalent qualifications, in business-related disciplines. It is recommended that applicants have a strong numeric background.


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

England £10200 Whole course
Northern Ireland £10200 Whole course
Wales £10200 Whole course
Republic of Ireland £10200 Whole course
Scotland £7700 Whole course
EU £15000 Whole course
International £15000 Whole course

Additional fee information

No additional fees or cost information has been supplied for this course, please contact the provider directly.
Fintech at Abertay University - UCAS