Master in Finance Partial Scholarship3 weeks ago - Commerce - London - 2 views Tuition Fees: Unknown Accommodation: Unknown Travel Expense: Unknown Monthly Stipend: Unknown
The Master in Finance prepares fund managers and professional investment analysts for entrance into the banking and finance sector. The course examines the principles of financing and investment decisions and their impact across a broad range of contemporary management concerns.
As part of the Finance specialisation, master students explore:
• classical and contemporary corporate financing approaches with respect to multinational firms in developed and developing markets
• the viability and appropriateness of a corporate mergers or acquisitions through evaluation and analysis
• value assessment and enterprise value
• risk management and different theories and approaches for the multinational enterprise
• the necessity for new approaches to dealing with geographical dispersed groups of individuals as well as other resources in international project management
• conceptual thinking, critical analysis, and the implementation of strategic action
• advanced communication and inter-personal skills
• in-depth critical understanding of relevant theories, concepts and models and the integration of theory and practice in a variety of contexts
• advanced enquiry and research skills, holistic thinking, integration and synthesis
• team working and motivational skills
• inner responsibility and self-inspection skills required for effective leadership.
The Master programme is a 12-15 month course.
Completion of the master’s programme necessitates:
• full-time, compulsory attendance
• internship placements
• final dissertation
5 core courses, common to all master students, regardless of specialisation.
6 specialisation courses in finance.
In this third phase of the programme students will complete a three month internship in a sector relevant to their chosen specialisation and a report based on their experience.
The dissertation is the capstone module of the modular MSc. Once the students have completed the three phases listed above they will concentrate on their dissertation.
5 Core Courses
6 Specialisation Courses
TERM ONE (5 of the following modules)
- Applied Business Research Methods
- 21st Century Advanced Business Structures
- Integrity and Social Responsibility
- Organisations and their Cultures
- Managing for Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility
- Accounting and Finance for Decision Makers
- Management of Resources and Operations
- Marketing Management
TERM TWO (6 of the following modules)
- Multinational Corporate Finance
- Value Assessment
- Risk Management
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- International Project Management
- Decision Techniques
- Management Accounting
TOTAL CREDITS MSc FINANCE 210*
*210 UK credits equivalent to 105 ECTS credits
* The modules listed may undergo changes when circumstances require.
** ESE reserves the right to cancel a programme if enrolments are insufficient, or to offer students the possibility to attend a another ESE campus where the course will be offered
Entrance into one of the master programmes at ESE requires the submission of the following documents to the Admissions Office at the ESE centre of interest:
• Application form, completed correctly
• A good first degree (second class honours or GPA 3.0 and above)*
• Resume / CV + Personal Statement
• Two letters of recommendation
• IELTS 6.5 (176 - 184) TOEFL iBT 95; Pearson Test 58-57; Cambridge
CAE grade B ; Trinity College ISE III.**
• Three photographs (passport size)
• Photocopy of passport/ID
• Application fee (£50) to be paid online
addressed to the European School of Economics***
NB: All non-English documents must be officially translated.
* Candidates who do not hold the required qualification but who are able to demonstrate relevant work experience in a managerial position or above for a minimum of 3 years will also be considered.
** Candidates who have completed their studies in the English language (at least 2 years) are not required to submit this test.
ESE discourages any candidate with a TOEFL score lower than 577/233/90 (Paper/Computer/Internet) or a Cambridge English Advanced Certificate score lower than grade C or IELTS score lower than 6.5 (minimum of 6.0 in each skill) from applying as the language of instruction is English.
The European School of Economics ETS (for the TOEFL) code numbers are:
ESE London: 5977; ESE Rome: 1610; ESE Milan: 5974; ESE Florence: 5976 ESE Madrid: 8833
*** ESE application fees are non-refundable and must be paid (online or money order) to the European School of Economics prior to the processing of your application. Fee payment must accompany a completed
application. Applications arriving without appropriate fees will not be considered.
The scholarship is awarded by the ESE as a partial deduction from the annual tuition fee. Each student profile is considered individually. This scholarship is based on both the academic merit and need of the student applicant. It is therefore important that scholarship applications provide the a complete profile of the student's personal, professional and/or academic merits.
To apply for the ESE Scholarship students must