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As a student of Finance, you will learn how the financial system works from the perspective of the borrower and of the lender, how assets are traded, how international markets are linked, how governments try to control financial markets and how financial markets respond.
You will learn how to use analytical tools – including mathematics, deductive logic and applied statistics – to examine problems and devise logical solutions. Students are not required to have any previous knowledge of Finance, only an interest in how the financial sector and the economy works and a desire to know more.
Careers or Further Progression...
Finance graduates have strong numeracy skills coupled with an ability to think critically and analytically – invaluable assets in a wide range of employments. Graduates can be found in the banking and financial services industry, economic consultancy, finance units of public and private sector organisations, financial research, journalism, and teaching. Postgraduate students are also to be found working in financial institutions, both public and private, in Dublin, London and New York, among other areas.
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