MSc. Finance and Investment

Duration: 1 year

Semesters: 2

The programme focuses on producing highly qualified specialists who can confidently disentangle the complex and uncertain financial environment, manage risk, identify and embrace opportunities, design and implement sound financial and investment plans which are supportive in the advancement of industrialized economy and the well-being of people. Graduates can work more efficiently in senior and executive positions in the public sector as well as private sector both at national and international levels.


- Quantitative Techniques for Finance
- Corporate Finance
- Business Analysis and Valuation
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Financial Risk Management

- Research Methods for Finance
- Institutional Investment
- Investment and Portfolio Management
- Behavioural Finance
- Elective Module
- MSc-FI Dissertation

 Elective Modules – choose one
- Emerging Financial Markets
- Project Management
- Corporate Governance and Ethics

Minimum Entry Qualifications:

• Bachelor Degree with at least a Second Class from an approved Institution of Higher Learning
• A second Class Advanced Diploma from a recognized Institute or equivalent qualifications
• A professional qualification recognized by Professional bodies (e.g. CSP, CPA) (T)
• Candidates with a PASS degree will be considered upon producing evidence of having obtained an examined
Postgraduate Diploma