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Why study this course?Expand your knowledge of accounting and finance theory and gain practical experience of using financial services software. You’ll develop transferable business skills such as problem solving and adaptability, helping you to prepare for a successful career in the financial sector.This course is perfect if you’re currently working in finance or accounting and want to gain an academic qualification in international finance and finance operations, or if you’re looking to go
Why study this course?
Expand your knowledge of accounting and finance theory and gain practical experience of using financial services software. You’ll develop transferable business skills such as problem solving and adaptability, helping you to prepare for a successful career in the financial sector.
This course is perfect if you’re currently working in finance or accounting and want to gain an academic qualification in international finance and finance operations, or if you’re looking to go into this field.
More about this course
This master’s degree is designed to develop your skills and understanding of accounting and finance theory and practice.
You’ll study the major disciplines in international accounting and finance, such as international financial reporting and advanced financial management, plus how these relate to business operations. You’ll also learn about the multifaceted role that accountants play in organisations.
London is one of the world’s leading centres of finance and is unrivalled in Europe. Although there have been some major challenges in the sector over the past few years due to Brexit and COVID-19, financial services in London remain a strong recruiter with lots of exciting opportunities available.
This course will develop your analytical and problem solving skills, and your ability to adapt to change, which are important skills to have in the rapidly changing business environment. By building a solid foundation of knowledge, you’ll be prepared for a professional or managerial role in the industry.
Using our Bloomberg room, you’ll have access to the same Bloomberg financial data that’s used on trading floors and in investment houses around the world. Having access to this data will help inform your decisions, aid research, assist you in analysing facts and figures of the current market, and enable you to join the elite group of Bloomberg users around the world. As well as building knowledge of Bloomberg, you’ll also develop expertise in other financial services packages such as Sage accounting software, EViews’ statistical package and IBM’s SPSS statistics software.
We understand the importance of industry insight, which is why you’ll be taught by people with industry experience and hear from practitioners via guest lectures.
You'll be required to have a 2.1 degree in any subject from the UK or undergraduate degree equivalent to a UK Second Class Upper Division; or a 2.2 honours degree in a relevant subject area or equivalent international qualification.
London Metropolitan University, also known as London Met, has a fantastic range of postgraduate degrees available. Whether students want to improve their job prospects, follow their passion, or change their career direction completely, a postgraduate degree at London Met is the first step in the right direction.
The university supports students all the way through their studies and provides guidance to support them in attaining new jobs or promotions once they have completed their studies. Graduates from this university have gone on to become leaders, changemakers, advocates, innovators and pioneers.
London Met truly values work-related learning so students gain the knowledge and skills needed to be properly prepared for a successful career. Not only do students gain academic qualifications, but many courses are professionally accredited too.