Masters | Postgraduate Course - International Finance MFin Course Details within University of Dundee

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International Finance MFin

Study Details

MFin:12 months full-time

Prepares business and non-business graduates for careers in the globalised financial industry

If you want to orientate your earlier degree qualification towards a career in international finance, banking and insurance this master’s degree at the University of Dundee will set you on the right path.

Like a conventional finance MSc, this course opens up the operation of modern business organisations and the role of financial institutions and capital markets in the global economy. However, the MFin degree is particularly suitable for those with or without a business degree who may wish to re-direct or extend their career path in this direction.

Module details

Core modules
BU52020 - International Business Project

Optional modules - choose eight from below:
BU51013 - Global Financial Markets
BU51019 - International Business Finance
BU51021 - Derivatives and Risk Management
BU52006 - Global Risk Analysis
BU51012 - Current Issues in Banking and Finance
BU52012 - Emerging Financial Markets and Investment
BU52018 - Applied Business Statistics
BU51002 - Corporate Finance
BU51011 - International Banking
BU52009 - Money, Investment and Banking Systems
Quantitative Methods

choose one of either:
BU52023 - Forecasting for Business and Finance
BU52011 - Econometrics for Finance

Entry Requirements

Generally a good (at least a second class Honours degree or equivalent) first degree in any subject which has enabled the applicant to develop analytical and quantitative skills.

Student Destinations

The MFin International Finance programme will give you the skills and understanding to work in a variety of businesses such as banks, insurance companies, financial service companies and trading brokers. You may also want to apply for roles in the finance arms of industries and commercial firms outside of the finance sector.