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Bloomsbury Institute London: MSc Finance and Wealth Management

Institution Bloomsbury Institute London
Department Accounting and Finance
Telephone 020 7078 8840
Study type Taught


Develop the technical, quantitative, and analytical skills needed to pursue a career in finance and wealth management professions.

This MSc in Finance and Wealth Management helps you manage your own wealth, as well as that of others, develop your understanding of investment theory and practice and understand financial decision-making in enterprises. With a unique vocational focus, you will be equipped with the key skills to develop into a cutting-edge leader, capable of positively impacting business organisations.

The course covers academic as well as practical and contemporary aspects of Finance and Wealth Management, enabling you to enhance your career prospects in modern, post-pandemic business organisations.

You'll also be able to build on your own work and entrepreneurship experience, implementing the skills and knowledge you gain in the classroom in your workplaces and own businesses in ‘real time’.

This course aims to produce graduates that can work effectively in the key functional areas of any type of organisation, be it for profit organisations, governments, institutions or charities.

We aim to provide you with a 21st Century technology-advanced educational experience where there are no hidden costs. Your tuition fees are fully inclusive – finance will not be a barrier to your ultimate success.

You do not need any work experience to be admitted to our MSc Finance and Wealth Management course.


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