Queen Mary - University of London
School of Economics and Finance
Masters of Science
As well as offering advanced study in all the key areas of finance, this course has a fully integrated careers programme and extensive industry links that aim to maximise students' employment prospects. On completion of the programme students are expected to have deep knowledge of the financial systems of advanced and transitional economies; to be able to understand how corporations are financed and to be able to analyse financial statements, and finally, to be equipped with appropriate statistical and mathematical tools for high quality research in Finance.
Econometrics for Finance
Advanced Asset Pricing and Modelling
Three Module Options
Module Options Include: ECOM026 Financial Derivatives ECOM035 International Finance ECOM038 Behavioural Finance ECOM042 Empirical Finance ECOM055 Risk Management for Banking ECOM057 Asset Management ECOM059 Applied Risk Management for Banking ECOM064 Applied Futures and Options ECOM069 Banking Regulations ECOM070 Cases in Business Finance ECOM071 Topics in Applied Finance ECOM073 Topics in Financial Econometrics
Most students undertaking this degree will be looking for a career in the finance industry. In conjunction with QMUL Careers Service we have created an integrated careers programme that will help you acheive that aim. This includes intensive career training days, employer-led mock assessments, and weekly workshops focusing on job hunting and interviews.
A written examination is taken in May for each course unit. Some units may also include assessed coursework. You will also produce a 10,000-word dissertation over the summer.
2:1 (or overseas equivalent) degree with a significant quantitative element (at least three maths and/or statistics modules). 6.5 IELTS or TOEFL equivalent. Weight will be given to prior relevant work experience. Applicants with limited quantitative training are encouraged to supply a GMAT or GRE maths result
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