MSc in Finance with Risk Management

Content and structure

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Course timeline

  • 21 September 2020
    - 27 September 2020


  • 28 September 2020
    - 11 December 2020

    Semester one

  • 1 February 2021
    - 28 May 2021

    Semester two

  • June 2021
    - September 2021

    Dissertation / Practice Track

  • December 2021


Please note that units and course information below refers to the 2019/20 academic year. 2020/21 content is likely to be similar but is subject to change.

Semester two: taught units

Compulsory units

You will take these units:

Optional units

You will select two of these units:

Summer: Dissertation or Practice Track

You will finish the course by choosing one of these two options:

Dissertation Track

You will produce a unique piece of research using techniques learned throughout the year.

Read more about the dissertation.

Practice Track

You will work with one of our partner organisations to solve a real business challenge. In teams, you will apply what you have learned and present your work to the company.

Read more about the Practice Track.

Read a student's experience of the Practice Track.

Practice Track: MSc students' view

Detailed course information

You can find full course information for the 2019/20 academic year on the University’s programme and unit catalogue.

Teaching and learning

You’ll learn from academics who are experts in the field of finance.

You will experience a variety of teaching methods including:

  • group coursework
  • computer seminars
  • case studies
  • interactive lectures

All units are taught on campus.

Specialists from our Careers Service, Academic Skills Centre and Library offer a range of personal development opportunities.There are more options available through the Students’ Union.

Methods of assessment

Units are assessed by a combination of formal examinations and coursework.

Additional costs

As well as the cost of books, you will also need to cover the cost of photocopying, printing and binding. You should budget at least £100 for this.

Some courses involve visits away from the University campus, and you may be required to pay some or all of the costs of travel, accommodation and subsistence for such trips.

This course is regulated by the Office for Students.