Core modules: credit risk management; dissertation MSc Finance; financial econometrics 1; financial econometrics II; market risk management; mathematics of financial derivatives; portfolio theory; quantitative techniques. Option modules: advanced topics in finance I; banking and regulation; commodities and commodities derivatives, computational methods for commodities; corporate finance; financial markets and crises; forecasting economic and financial time series; dissertation MSc Financial Risk Management.
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The normal requirement is a first-class or good second-class degree (2.1 or better) from a UK university, or an overseas university qualification of an equivalent standard in a quantitative subject, such as mathematics, physics, statistics, economics, or engineering. Alternatively a merit or higher in our Graduate Diploma in Finance or Financial Engineering. Work experience will be taken into account in assessing applications.
Postgraduate Qualification (MSc)
Risk Management, Finance / Accounting (General)
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