This MSc in Sustainable Finance provides the opportunity for you to learn and develop skills to enable you to resolve financial problems in ways that mitigate harm to the environment and society.
- The course will enhance your career by helping you develop analytical and quantitative tools to resolve financial problems that relate to Sustainable Finance
- The course is of interest to those concerned with mitigating the harm of economic activity on the environment and society
- The course can be taken part-time or full-time to suit your employment situation
- The full course allows you to pursue one of two Pathways for more in-depth study
- You can register for: i) the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Finance; ii) the Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Finance; or, iii) the full MSc in Sustainable Finance.
Assessment is by a mix of Individual Course Work, Group Course Work and 2-hour exam, plus a 10,000-word Dissertation For the full MSc, half of your taught modules (60 credits; 4 modules) are assessed by 2-hour examination per module, equally spread across two semesters. The remaining modules will be assessed by individual Report and Group Work including and Individual Dissertation.
A minimum of a second-class honours undergraduate degree (minimum of 2:2) or equivalent with an appropriate business or finance background. Appropriate work experience in the financial sector together with relevant professional qualification(s). Where necessary, applicants are interviewed, especially those that do not appear to meet the standard admission criteria. Where deemed appropriate, a written exercise may be administered to establish suitability.
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