MSc Finance & Investment (Wealth Management)
12-16 months, full time
This specialist degree offers the rigorous training and applied insights needed to work in today’s financial markets.
Core modules will develop your understanding of the wider financial industry. Pathway modules will teach you how to apply this core financial knowledge to address key issues within your specialist sector.
This integrated structure will help you understand the different financial sectors and train you to evaluate strategic options within an applied setting.
The Wealth Management pathway provides an insight into the financial planning processes required to manage personal finance, credit, investment and other wealth management tasks.
Using your analytical skills, you will learn how to make calculated decisions that successfully weigh up the financial benefits with the potential risks. You’ll cover principles of investment products, such as capital protection, hedge funds, structured products, and real estate.
Classes are designed to simulate a real-life experience of the financial industry. You’ll benefit from hands-on training, including access to the University’s Thomson Reuters Eiken Terminals, Bloomberg L.P Terminals, Datastream including Worldscope databases and a dedicated trading room.
This degree will train you as a successful wealth and asset manager, who is able to provide effective financial planning solutions that meet the needs of high-net-worth clients.
Undergraduate degree with a minimum 2:2 classification in a quantitative or scientific subject or international equivalent
English Language Requirements
IELTS: Overall score of 6.5, with 5.5 or above in all 4 component parts, or equivalent
Specialist pathway in a key area of finance
Access to the University’s Thomson Reuters Eikon Terminals, Bloomberg L.P Terminals, and the dedicated trading room
Financial Risk Management
Financial Statements Analysis and Valuation
International Finance and Economics
Investments and Portfolio Management
Quantitative Research Methods for Finance
Dr Elias L. Boukrami
'I knew a finance degree from a London university would facilitate my career aspirations. My degree helped broaden my financial knowledge and sharpen my skills to prepare me for the fast-paced commercial environment.'
Vanessa Reber, Switzerland