This accounting and finance master’s will develop your skills in digital analysis and data handling to support your employability and career progression in today’s fintech sector. During the course you’ll source, examine, and analyse live data sets from real world business cases and then apply contemporary accounting and finance principles and develop your own solutions to the strategic challenges posed.
The course explores new technologies such as blockchain, fintech services, cloud computing, and distributed ledgers, helping you refine your skill set and prepare for careers in a wide selection of accounting and finance roles. Additionally, you’ll have the opportunity to evaluate the impact that accounting and finance has on strategic planning, preparing to contribute to large strategic projects such as mergers and acquisitions, pricing, capital expenditure, and investment.
Managing Within a Competitive Environment
Analysing Business and Financial Performance
Analysing Financial Statements
Accountability, Governance and Assurance
Global Issues in Taxation and Fiscal policy
Managing Strategic Finance and Risk
Final project: Financial Management Project
The online master’s course in accounting and finance prepares you for a range of professional roles.
Upon graduating from this course, you could pursue positions such as:
Careers in Fintech
To be eligible for the MSc Accounting and Finance, we need to see that you have:
A UK bachelor’s degree or equivalent at 2:2 level or higher. At least 50% of your previous qualification should be finance and accounting related.
We also welcome applications from individuals who do not have formal qualifications but who possess three or more years of relevant accounting or finance work experience.
Part-qualified accountants with completed exams from the ACCA, CIMA, or ICAEW may be eligible for module exemptions on this course, while still receiving our full Master of Science award upon graduation.
IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element); or TOEFL iBT 90; or equivalent
Alternatively, evidence you have previously studied in English, such as a letter to show that the Medium of Instruction was in English, can be accepted.
We also offer an internal English test for applicants who are unable to provide the above evidence of English proficiency.