For the MSc Management and Development of International Financial Systems you will normally study six modules at Stage 1, three double modules at Stage 2, followed by the dissertation at Stage 3.
Research Methods in Acc. & Finance (20 Credits)
Strategic Accounting for Decision Making (10 Credits)
Corporate Finance (10 Credits)
Corporate Environment (10 Credits)
Marketing Systems and Structures (10 Credits)
Comparative Study of Financial Systems in Developing Countries
Multinational Operations in Finance and Banking
(Stage Two includes 20 credit modules).
Stage Two – Option Modules
Islamic Banking and Finance
International Financial Services Regulations
Issues in International Management
Successful completion of the taught section allows progression to the Dissertation (60 credits).
Learning and teaching methods
A range of educational methods is used, such as lectures, group discussions, case study workshops, individual investigative projects and a variety of audio and visual methods. Separate induction and dissertation preparation sessions will also be held.
Learning is by a mixture which includes lectures, tutorials, guest lectures, case studies, audio visuals and field trips.