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This course has been designed to prepare you both intellectually and practically for employment in the highly competitive and dynamic world of international finance.
You will become immersed in financial and economics topics – both the theory and the real-world issues – from a national and global perspective. You have the option to study a language or to enhance your technical skills through computer science and higher level mathematics.
In Third Year you will embark on an international placement with a bank, financial services firm, intercontinental agency, or financial institution. This will give you hands-on experience and an insight into how international finance works in practice. You will also develop your written and oral presentation skills.
Careers or Further Progression...
Globalisation and increased competition in international markets have affected all levels of employment, from call centre workers to CEOs. Entry-level positions in international finance now require more than a good undergraduate degree in a relevant area. Successful candidates need to have a deep and broad knowledge of international finance and economics in the post-crisis world, work experience, and something extra, such as fluency in another language or superior technical skills. Graduates from this programme are mature and polished, with flexible skills to help them thrive in the competitive international jobs market.
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