Masters | Postgraduate Course - Economics and Investment Banking MSc Course Details within Nottingham Trent University

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Economics and Investment Banking MSc

Study Details

MSc one year full-time/two years with a work placement

This course will provide you with a robust understanding of financial economics, financial market behaviour and financial market participants, such as investment banks. You will work hands-on with financial tools and techniques, including our state-of the-art Trading Room. You will learn how to assess investment opportunities, understand the economic fundamentals underlying financial markets and evaluate financial portfolios.

This course is aimed at students with a background in economics, business or finance. It provides students with an opportunity to develop their understanding of the work of economists while developing a specialism in analysing a range of issues in financial economics. Our applied focus means that you will evaluate a range of contemporary issues in the areas of economics and finance gaining a rigorous grounding in economic theory and techniques.

Why choose this course?

This course is aimed at students with a background in economics, business or finance. It provides students with an opportunity to develop their understanding of the work of economists while developing a specialism in analysing a range of issues in financial economics. Our applied focus means that you will evaluate a range of contemporary issues in the areas of economics and finance gaining a rigorous grounding in economic theory and techniques.

Work Placement Opportunity

You may be able to add a years' work placement, making your master's a two year course. It'e a great way to put your learning into practice and gain valuable real-world experience to boost your career.

Module details

Semester One modules

  • Applying Economic Theory
  • Using Quantitative Data in Economic Analysis 
  • Contemporary Issues in Economics  

Semester Two modules

  • Valuation of Investment Products
  • Derivatives Markets
  • Investment and Portfolio Management

Semester Three modules
 
In your final Semester you'll take on a major project, giving you a fantastic opportunity to use the theories and knowledge you've gained to produce a challenging, meaningful piece of work. Projects include:

  • Consultancy Experience Project
  • Internship Experience Project
  • Business Research Project
  • Global Experience Project

All year

  • Academic, Professional and Career Development (APCD)

Entry Requirements

You will need an undergraduate degree equivalent to a UK undergraduate honours degree (2.2 or above).
All applicants will be required to demonstrate a commitment to the subject they wish to study and should demonstrate how their chosen programme of study will benefit them in their future career.
One academic or vocational reference is required.
There are also English language entry requirements. Please see the full details of language requirements for Nottingham Business School and a list of all English language qualifications accepted by the University are available on our website.
 

Programme Funding

We are able to offer a number of competitive scholarships to both home / EU and international students through our Full-time Master's Scholarship Scheme. Our scholarships can cover up to half your tuition fees, and apply to all our full-time Masters course starting in September and January.
Please note that these scholarships are only available to students who have been offered a place to study on their chosen master's course within the School.

Programme Assessment

A range of assessment methods are used across the course, the choice of which reflects the needs and demands of the different types of module. Some modules will assess the ability to work collaboratively in a team and others will assess individual capability. Types of assessment will range from examinations to group presentations including essays, reports, financial analyses, literature reviews and research-based projects.

The interactive nature of the taught sessions offers opportunities to gain feedback on your performance before being formally assessed and increasing use is made of eLearning to further support the feedback process.

Student Destinations

This route equips you for high-level careers in diverse organisations worldwide, including those in finance and retail. Your role might involve information generation, consultancy or planning.