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International Financial Management BA (Hons) - Top-up

International Financial Management BA (Hons) - Top-up

School of Business

UCAS Code

N340

Level

Under- graduate

Campus

Preston

Contact UCLan

University of Central Lancashire
Preston, PR1 2HE, United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)1772 892400
Email: cenquiries@uclan.ac.uk

  • Duration:

    Full Time: 1 year, Part Time: 2 years

  • Level:

    Undergraduate

  • Delivery:

    Campus, Full-time and Part-time

  • UCAS Code:

    N340; Short form:

  • Campus:

    Preston (Campus code: U)

  • Start Date:

    September 2016 or January 2017

  • Award Type:

    BA (Hons) - Top-up

Why study this course?

The rise in importance and complexity of international financial management poses a challenge for multinational organisations and those who wish to pursue a career in the sector. The BA (Hons) International Financial Management (top-up) is designed to provide you with a critical understanding of some of the key theories, approaches and issues in the field of international financial management. The programme covers the decision-making of companies operating internationally and discusses issues related to international monetary systems, investment and risk management, exchange rate regimes, measuring and managing currency exchange risk, capital budgeting for multinational organisations and the institutional complexities of operating within a global, competitive and unpredictable environment. The programme provides a valuable foundation for those contemplating a career in multi-national business, the financial sector or for pursuing advanced studies.

There is still time to apply

Course at a Glance

Year 1

  • AC3650 Risk and Capital Markets
  • AC3908 International Financial Management
  • AC3410 Financial Management for Business

  • BU3413 Business Strategy and Decision Making
  • EC3406 International Financial Economics
  • MK3013 Marketing of Services

Further Information

This course aims to produce high quality graduates with the knowledge, skills and understanding needed for an effective and valued career in financial and business management within a global context. During your study you will gain a critical awareness and understanding of the commercial and social environment of finance, and you will develop skills in numeracy, information technology, data extraction and oral and written reporting. All of which will give you a broad understanding of financial management.

At the end of this course you should have a technical competence in financial management which will provide a sound basis for further study, training and work.
The Business School's state-of-the-art Greenbank and Brook buildings are in the middle of the campus offering a comprehensive range of study, learning and social facilities including a cybercafé and easy access PC workstation rooms.

Course Specification and Handbook

For a concise summary of the main features of this course, see our course specification.
For information on possible changes to course information, see our Important Information.

For detailed information about studying this course at UCLan, please see the course handbook for your year of entry:

Apply Now

You can apply through UCAS to start in September 2017 until 30th June

Contact Us

+44(0)1772 892400

cenquiries@uclan.ac.uk

Fees 2017/18

Full-time: £9,250 per year (UK/EU)
Part-time: £600 per module (UK/EU)

Tuition Fees are per year unless otherwise stated and may be subject to increase annually in line with UK Retail Price Index inflation rate

Further information:

For 2016/17 fees please refer to our fees page.

Scholarships and bursaries

Industry Links

Our academics have extensive business experience and/or research involvement in the field, which brings a real-world learning experience into the lecture theatre. We also employ industry-based staff that work for most of their time in industry thus bringing the very latest business ideas and practice to your course.

Learning Environment and Assessment

You will benefit from a variety of teaching and learning methods including: lectures, seminars, practical workshops, group activities, personal research and case studies. Personal study and independent research also form an integral part of the course. You will also have the option to develop your skills in a variety of areas such as IT, web searching, social media, advanced excel and specialist Microsoft packages.

Assessment includes essays; reports; oral presentations; group assessments; investigating companies and tackling briefs from industry. During the year you will, on average, attend between 12 and 14 hours of formal study per week.

Graduate Careers

International finance examines topics such as investing, banking, stocks, bonds and commodities, all from a global perspective. Graduates are often recruited as financial analysts, financial managers, securities, commodities and financial services sales agents, or researchers and consultants in investment banks, asset management firms, government or non-profit organisations.