The BSc Finance (Hons) at City, University of London is for students who want to progress with the knowledge and skills required for a successful career in the increasingly competitive world of global finance and banking.
The three degrees in finance (Finance, Banking and International Finance, and Investment and Financial Risk Management) provide detailed knowledge of how financial markets work, how companies make investment, financing and acquisition decisions and how modern banks operate. If you are looking for a career in finance and weighing up which aspects of the field excite you the most, this course if for you.
This course will sharpen your understanding of the broad disciplines involved, from corporate finance to asset pricing, international finance to corporate governance. Throughout your studies, you’ll focus on quantitative methods, enabling you to understand the cutting-edge techniques in use today. In the second half of the degree, core modules allow you to create a bespoke degree that matches your own interests. As a result, you will gain a good understanding of financial markets, its activities, and its products.
Graduates of the BSc Finance degree will be well-placed to enter a career in the finance industry, working for financial intermediaries, in treasuries division of multinational firms, for brokerage houses (securities and/or insurance), in auditing and consulting, for treasury departments of any corporations, within central banks and regulatory offices, in enterprise risk management divisions, as well as analysts for debt and equity markets.
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