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OverviewOur Accounting and Finance MSc will build on the business skills you gained in your undergraduate studies and equip you with specialist knowledge in financial accounting. It will help to enhance your lucrative career opportunities in the multinational accounting and finance sector.Core modules will help develop an advanced understanding of essential areas, including corporate financial strategy and financial security valuation. You can also choose from optional modules that enable you
Our Accounting and Finance MSc will build on the business skills you gained in your undergraduate studies and equip you with specialist knowledge in financial accounting. It will help to enhance your lucrative career opportunities in the multinational accounting and finance sector.
Core modules will help develop an advanced understanding of essential areas, including corporate financial strategy and financial security valuation. You can also choose from optional modules that enable you to specialise in areas that align with your individual career goals, such as behavioural economics, international finance and corporate governance.
This MSc will enhance your CV and help to bring you to the notice of prestigious employers who are looking for the skillset you will have. As an asset to their organisation you can put your knowledge and skills into practice, having a real impact on their business.
How you will be assessed
Modules are assessed by a combination of exams and coursework at the end of the relevant semester.
Career destinations for our postgraduates include:
finance and investment analysts
higher education teaching professionals
IT business analysts
public relations professionals
Some MSc graduates have gone on to doctoral studies, others have become entrepreneurs.
2:1 (or international equivalent) in accounting, auditing, financial management, or another subject with a substantial proportion of accounting study. Applicants must have a strong accounting background and in their final two years of study have achieved a 2:1 (60%) in a minimum of four modules covering advanced or specialist accounting theory.
The University of Nottingham is a pioneering institution with a long and distinguished heritage in education. It is a research-intensive university, and a superb place to study for a postgraduate qualification. It offers excellent teaching and learning facilities and a wide network of professional partnership organisations offering plenty of career opportunities. Taught and research courses are available in a wide range of subject areas and research topics.
Nottingham is a member of the prestigious Russell Group of universities, which produce the best and most impactful research in the UK. The university contributes its talent and resources towards some of the biggest social, economic and cultural challenges faced in the UK and around the world.