University of Southampton
This programme has been designed to provide a solid foundation in finance and empirical finance. The course fully integrates theory and practise and provides the opportunity to take a number of specialist modules to focus learning on a particular area of finance. Companies are looking for a combination of high-level interpersonal skills, in-depth knowledge and analytical skills to enable them to succeed in a rapidly changing and highly complex environment and this programme has been designed with those expectations in mind. This one-year programme offers finance graduates the ability to further develop their skills, especially in quantitative analysis, to become highly numerate graduates with excellent analytical skills. Teamwork is a key component, with several modules requiring students to undertake groupwork assignments.
1st or upper 2nd Class Honours degree in a relevant finance, economics, maths, engineering or scientific discipline from a UK university or equivalent overseas or professional qualification in an appropriate subject.
Compulsory modules: Introduction to finance; introduction to portfolio management and exchange; traded derivatives; quantitative finance; advanced corporate finance; advanced time series modelling. Optional modules: international finance; behavioural finance; stock market analysis; management of financial risk; derivative securities analysis; fixed income security analysis.
Assessment methods include dissertation.
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|Highfield Campus||Southampton||SO17 1BJ||South East|
Business and Law
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