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Course summary

Do you wish to supercharge your quantitative skills and open the door to lucrative job opportunities in the finance sector? Overview Finance is a broad but booming sector, working within it means you may be involved in investing money, managing it, protecting it or accounting for it. Good finance workers need a head for numbers, detail-driven organisational skills but also the ability to communicate well and be resilient pressure. Our CFA, PRMIA and GARP accredited MSc in Finance sculpts graduates who understand financial needs and risks of enterprise and have a good handle of the systems and longstanding practices to succeed in this field. Taught by academic experts and co-designed with industry experts, our MSc develops highly employable graduates. Further, our Bloomberg Finance Lab and optional Industrial Placements allow students to apply their learnings to genuine business data. Reasons to study MSc Finance at Kent First-class facilities at our Canterbury campus, close to London Study at a ‘Triple Crown’ accredited business school Our expert teaching staff appear in the top 2% of researchers worldwide Take part in the Business Start-Up Journey through ASPIRE Enhance your experience through an Industrial Placement or In-Company Student Consultancy Project Excellent Postgraduate funding options available Access to real market data via our Bloomberg Lab Graduate at the historic Canterbury Cathedral What you’ll learn You’ll be learning the capstones of finance such as foundations of finance , investments and portfolio management, financial risk management, financial econometrics and derivatives alongside modules on research methods and skills and in particular quantitative methods.. You will end your Master's with a detailed report, which will allow you to further develop your knowledge and skills in finance with the support of a dedicated finance expert supervisor. See the modules you’ll study “My postgraduate degree certainly helped me get into the industry, as I was able to talk with confidence about the financial world.” ~ Darren Smith, KBS Finance student


Entry requirements

A minimum of a second-class UK degree, or an equivalent internationally recognised qualification in finance, accounting, business-related disciplines, the sciences, engineering, or mathematics. All applicants are considered on an individual basis and additional qualifications, professional qualifications and relevant experience may also be taken into account when considering applications.


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Finance at University of Kent - UCAS