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Course Description

This course covers the theory of finance and investment and how this relates to portfolio investment decision making and corporate policy. It aims to equip students with the analytical and technical skills and econometric techniques that are necessary to understand the literature and undertake independent empirical research in finance and investment. The main emphasis of the course is on issues related to investment in capital markets, such as investment strategies, the evaluation of investment performance and the use of financial statement information in evaluating company performance. Module choices offer you a wider perspective on the subject matter of finance and investment and allow you to specialise in the areas of most interest. Career progression may lie with financial institutions or in financial management, or of interest to applicants who are already practitioners in the financial field. This course also provides a sound foundation for those interested in continuing a research career at doctoral level.

This course covers the theory of finance and investment and how this relates to portfolio investment decision making and corporate policy. It aims to equip students with the analytical and technical skills and econometric techniques that are necessary to understand the literature and undertake independent empirical research in...

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Entry Requirements

A First Degree, with Honours, at a minimum final classification of Lower Second (2:2) or equivalent. GCSE grade C or above in Mathematics If English is not your first language you will be expected to demonstrate a certificated level of proficiency of at?????????sItemalueCount??????????????????????????????????????????????????S????PPropertiItemlu?????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????{?????W?????????W???W?????{*?W?W????{??MoveEof????? ????????E???? ????????????i????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????e??????t?$??????????????????????????

A First Degree, with Honours, at a minimum final classification of Lower Second (2:2) or equivalent. GCSE grade C or above in Mathematics If English is not your first language you will be expected to demonstrate a certificated level of proficiency of...

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