SKEMA Business School
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Career opportunities :
Finance consulting and analysis (e.g. the Big Four), investment banking and private equity, financial management.
Roles may include advising on restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, transfer pricing, working in treasury management and corporate risk management, financial analyst roles.
MSc European Financial Management :
An innovative collaboration between Scotland’s leading business school and one of France’s largest business schools.
The MSc in European Financial Management will offer the best of both business schools, with courses taught by faculty from both institutions as well as industry professionals.
This master of science is taught entirely in English in both the UK and France so students will be able to enjoy studying in two locations, immersing themselves in two different cultures. Both accredited business schools are renowned for their teaching of accounting and finance.
Who should study this programme?
This course is for those who wish to develop a career in financial management.
Students will study both in Scotland and France to ensure a European-wide experience on the course.
The programme is a joint MSc provided by both Strathclyde Business School and SKEMA Business School with the first semester being taught at Strathclyde and the second semester at SKEMA in France. All students will be based at SKEMA for the duration of their dissertation.
Participants will be expected to assimilate the basic analysis and ideas quickly, thereby allowing the course to move on to cover the latest developments in the field of financial management.
Aims of the programme :
The MSc in European Financial Management will:
- Provide an introduction to the principles and theory of finance; nature of risk and uncertainty, relationships between risk and returns and nature of investment and financial decisions
- Enable students to prepare (and interpret) financial statements in accordance with international standards
- Provide students with understanding of the financial system and roles and functions of financial markets and institutions
- Give students a background for understanding mergers and acquisitions and corporate restructuring
- Provide students with expertise in financial management issues in a global setting
- Assess foreign exchange risk and interest rate risk
- Emphasise the application of theory and legal environment to real business decisions in a European context
- Provide knowledge of the systems of corporate governance and financial communication across Europe