Queen Mary University of London
At least an upper 2nd Class Honours degree (2.1) or overseas equivalent in a subject with some quantitative elements. Subjects likely to contain sufficient quantitative elements (which have at least 1 mathematics or statistics based module) including mathematics, science, engineering, economics, finance, psychology, accounting, business and management.
Pre-sessional modules: Mathematics; statistics. Compulsory modules: Behavioural economics; investments; corporate finance; econometrics for finance; eviews; advanced behavioural finance; data analysis; dissertation. Elective modules: Empirical finance; financial derivatives; advanced asset pricing and modelling; asset management; risk management for banking; applied risk management; international finance; applied futures and options; banking regulations; cases in business finance; topics in applied finance; topics in financial econometrics; bond market strategies; alternative investments; valuation and private equity; topics in actuarial finance and insurance; credit ratings; mergers and acquisitions; Islamic finance in practice; strategic asset allocation; portfolio construction theory.
The grade for each module is assessed through coursework, along with a written exam in May for each course unit. There is a 5,000-word dissertation written over the summer.
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