Take your finance career further with an MSc in Finance and Strategy. Learn how to deal with the complexities of the ever-evolving business, finance and accounting landscapes and gain the skills needed to enjoy a role in senior management.
Faced with unprecedented levels of information and activity in diverse areas such as financial reporting, foreign exchange and risk management, it’s critical that industry professionals equip themselves with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in finance.
A master’s in Finance and Strategy can help you adapt to the rapidly evolving world of business, finance and accounting.
This 100% online MSc Finance and Strategy programme offers future senior managers a deeper understanding of the challenges facing their industry and how to navigate the complexities and nuances of the field.
The programme offers a broad-ranging syllabus, exploring areas such as performance management, FinTech and financial risk in a global context. As well as helping you to develop your strategic thinking and leadership skills, the course can enhance your understanding of business practices and top-level decision making.
Our Global Online MSc Finance and Strategy course is designed to work around your existing commitments. Your programme can be completed within a maximum of two years with a recommended study week of up to 15 hours.
There are three intakes annually for this course, with programmes starting in January, May and September.
Typical units of study may include*:
Dissertation (60 credits)
As part of the course, you will also be required to produce a dissertation of 12,000-15,000 words. Our MSc finance course is vocational in nature, and our form of assessment focuses on real-world experience. Students will be expected to draw on their own professional experience and include commentary on projects that they have been a part of within the workplace.
*These units and their timing are subject to change.
Our team of committed and enthusiastic academics and researchers are dedicated to providing you with the study support you need to excel.
Your professional and commercial programme directors are:
Dr Michael Flanagan, Senior Lecturer and Fellow of the Foundation of Management Education
Michael joined the Manchester Metropolitan Business School in 2008. He lectures on topics including: Corporate Finance, Advanced Performance Management and Security Derivatives.
He has previously held director-level positions while managing and running businesses and operations within the domestic appliance and PC assembly industries. With experience in Customer Service, Manufacturing, Logistics, Purchasing, Product and Business Development, Michael has also advised early start-up companies on their product development and engineering strategies.
Anna Egan, Senior Lecturer
Anna has been a Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance at Manchester Metropolitan Business School since 2015. She delivers a range of modules to students at a variety of levels – including undergraduate and professional courses – and lectures on topics including Financial Management, Management Accounting and Strategy.
She strongly believes in student-facing teaching, particularly the importance of providing pastoral care to students through personal tutoring sessions.
You’ll need to fulfil the following criteria to be accepted onto the course:
English language requirements:
Applicants whose first language is not English (and whose first degree was not taught in English) are required to produce evidence of English language proficiency. We provide a FREE Pearson English test to all applicants if required.
Unit fee: £1,083*
Programme fee: £13,000
We offer a subsidised fee to students from certain countries:
Unit subsidised fee: £916*
Programme subsidised fee: £11,000
Click here to see the full list of eligible countries.
*Fee based on 15 credits per unit
For more information on our payment structures and financing your degree, please visit our Fees and Funding pages.
The course is delivered by our double accredited global Business School
“One of the biggest draws of any professional development course is having the opportunity to compare notes and experiences with people from different organisations. With online learning this can be more challenging but, with Global Online, the tools we need to work together are there. This is incredibly important and helps us support one another during our two year course.”