The MSc Financial Management gives students a comprehensive and critical knowledge of corporate finance. It also teaches how to interpret and analyse financial statements, how to value securities and businesses as well as how to apply a wide range of financial modelling techniques.
Students will also gain critical understanding of international financial markets, including foreign exchange markets, private equity, venture capital and Islamic financial markets. This programme is taught by Birmingham Business School faculty at Singapore Institute of Management. The range of knowledge and skills it develops are in high demand in banks, insurance companies, stock broking firms and other industries in the finance sector. They are also in high demand in the treasury departments of many regional and multinational companies. The overall aim of the programme is to produce responsible financial management specialists who will be able to contribute to these organisations and craft a career in the sector.
The programme is innovative and contemporary, covering topics on financial technology, data analytics, ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) financing as well as international cash and liquidity management. The contemporaneousness of the programme is key in ensuring graduates are industry ready for the finance sector globally and in South East Asia.
Why study MSc Financial Management at Singapore from University of Birmingham?
You will be able to study a wide variety of topics that will prepare you for a global career, including international and ethics focused modules. Modules with an international focus include Foreign Exchange Markets, International Treasury Management and Risk Analysis and Management. Ethics focused modules include Ethics, Governance, and Regulation in Treasury.
This course focuses on real-world investment challenges with emphasis on ethical and sustainable business practices. Find out how we are working for a responsible future at University of Birmingham.
You will have access to our state-of-the-art online databases such as WRDS, Compustat, CRSP, Capital IQ, BoardEx, Morningstar, BankFocus, CSMAR, Datastream, Thomson One, and FAME. This includes dealing with high frequency market data, constantly updated news and reports, and a wide range of graphical and statistical tools that help investors make sense of the daily changes in the financial world.