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Lancaster University Management School has long been established as one of the world’s top schools for Accounting and Finance, and its reputation for both research and teaching in these areas  ensures that it attracts top-quality staff and students from all parts of the world.  Many of those who studied with us now hold senior positions in banks and financial institutions around the world.
All of our one-year Masters programmes draw on our latest cutting-edge research, and give you the theoretical and practical skills you will need to succeed in the increasingly complex world of finance and accounting.
Finance-related Masters programmes
MSc Accounting and Financial Management
Enables professionally qualified accountants to take stock of what they have learnt in practice, and allows able graduates to extend their academic training to the frontiers of knowledge in the discipline. For those wishing to become Chartered Financial Analysts the programme modules contribute to CFA study sessions at levels 1, 2 and 3.
MSc Finance
Your route to a career in finance, financial management or higher education, this programme provides specialist study in financial markets, investments, financial instruments and risk management.
MSc Financial Analysis
Offering you a fast-track route to the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Level  1 qualification, this programme includes intensive training from global services training provider  7citylearning to complement the teaching from Lancaster faculty.
MSc Money, Banking and Finance
Combining economics with finance and taught jointly by these two leading departments, this MSc provides comprehensive coverage of economic theory and advanced quantitative methods, together with analysis of financial markets and discussion of the institutional framework of the money and banking sectors.
MSc Quantitative Finance
Designed for highly numerate graduates who want to enter careers in banking or finance but have not previously studied either finance or economics, this MSc will develop your understanding of key issues and problems in the banking and finance sectors – and give you the analytical, technical and programming skills required to analyse risk and return in financial institutions and large corporations.
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