The MSc in Finance has been designed in consultation with industry to provide candidates with the advanced analytical, statistical and financial skills for decision making within the modern and dynamic financial services sector. Graduates will be accomplished in the application of advanced quantitative tools and financial models and techniques within a range of business and financial settings. In particular, the course will provide graduates with the techniques and applied knowledge necessary to select, analyse and utilise advanced financial concepts within the setting of investment management and capital markets. The learning environment for the course is practical and applied in nature and on completion graduates will be able to think independently, make informed and effective decisions and proactively troubleshoot financial and technical business problems. Graduates from the MSc in Finance will be able to apply advanced research skills and critically evaluate seminal, as well as contemporary literature, paradigms and concepts which underpin the operation of international capital markets and the investment management process.
Applicants will hold a qualification equivalent to an Irish Level 8 Honours degree(minimum 2.2) in Finance, Accounting or Economics
IELTS Requirement - 6.5
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Ireland’s MSc graduates seem eminently employable. Graduates are employed in roles including: financial analysis, capital markets, equities, restructuring & forensic analysis, investment analysis, research analysis, and accounting.