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This structure is for students who registered after 1 July 2018.
Current students who registered before this date can find their programme calendar here.

The ticks () indicate the session in which modules are running.

Core modules S1
26/10/21
17/01/22
S2
25/01/22
03/04/22
S3
12/04/22
19/06/22
S4
21/06/22
28/08/22
Bank Financial Management Running Not Running Running Not Running
Banking and Capital Markets Running Not Running Running Running
Banking Strategy Not Running Running Not Running Running
Corporate Finance Running Running Running Running
Finance in the Global Market Running Not Running Running Not Running
Elective modules S1
26/10/21
17/01/22
S2
25/01/22
03/04/22
S3
12/04/22
19/06/22
S4
21/06/22
28/08/22
Bank Regulation and Resolution of Banking Crises Running Not Running Not Running Running
Corporate Governance Running Running Not Running Running
Econometric Analysis and Applications Not Running Running Not Running Running
Econometric Principles and Data Analysis Running Running Running Not Running
Financial Econometrics Running Not Running Running Not Running
Financial Engineering Running Not Running Not Running Not Running
Introduction to Valuation Not Running Running Not Running Not Running
Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets Running Running Running Running
Microeconomic Principles and Policy Running Running Running Not Running
Modelling Firms and Markets Not Running Running Not Running Running
Risk Management: Principles and Applications Running Running Running Not Running
Research S1
26/10/21
17/01/22
S2
25/01/22
03/04/22
S3
12/04/22
19/06/22
S4
21/06/22
28/08/22
Research Methods Running Running Running Running
Dissertation – You will need to enrol by the enrolment deadline for Session 2, you will then have until the end of Session 4 in the same academic year to complete your research, write up your results and submit your final thesis.
Study calendars are subject to change.

MSc Finance (Financial Sector Management)