International Financial Management for the Creative Industries

MSc

2018 entry


Our MSc International Financial Management for the Creative Industries is a specialist postgraduate degree designed for those wishing to pursue a career within the financial realms of the creative industries. If you’re an entrepreneur looking to set up your own business, brand or label, this course will enhance your skills and prepare you for a career in the highly valued creative sector.

On this one-year master’s course you will study management and finance topics ranging from Foreign Exchange Rates, Corporate Reporting and Central Banks, whilst also learning associated skills in both strategy and project management. The majority of the course is practice-based, ensuring that you’re well positioned to achieve your career aspirations.

Every course within our Business School portfolio is taught with a global perspective, giving graduates the skillset required to pursue a creative business career anywhere in the world. Our teaching programmes are all project based, combining knowledge from both business and the creative industries in order to produce well-rounded, highly employable graduates with a highly-regarded qualification.

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Length of study:

One year full-time

Starts:

September 2018

Campus:

UCA Epsom

Course overview:

The UK’s creative industries are valued at over £84 billon pounds per year and management of financial performance is crucial to the success of both small and large enterprises. Our MSc International Financial Management for the Creative Industries degree will help you to ensure you have the business training you need to complement your creative talent.

Studying at our Business School for the Creative Industries in Epsom, you will develop your awareness and understanding of financial management in international business. You will learn about financial processes and their impact on business performance, the ethics of financial management, and how to produce accurate documentation. You will also interpret and apply theory to real-life case studies as well as gain an understanding of international law applicable to the creative sector.

Supported by our professional teaching staff and working alongside other practitioners, you will define and develop your own individual project related to your professional area of interest, ensuring that you graduate from the course with the financial management skills and business acumen to achieve your career aspirations.

Course content - 2018 entry

Please note, syllabus content indicated is provided as a guide. The content of the course may be subject to change.

Course stages

  • International Corporate Financial Management

  • Global Business Management

  • International Finance, Accounting and Reporting

Please note, syllabus content indicated is provided as a guide. The content of the course may be subject to change.

Course stages

  • Project Management

  • Money and Banking

Please note, syllabus content indicated is provided as a guide. The content of the course may be subject to change.

Course stages

  • Research Practice

  • Final Creative Industries Project

Please note, syllabus content indicated is provided as a guide. The content of the course may be subject to change.

Course stages

Business School

The first of its kind in the UK, our new Business School for the Creative Industries builds on our long tradition of collaborating with employers to cultivate leadership, entrepreneurial and problem-solving skills.

Facilities

The MA courses at UCA Epsom share a baseroom with networked computer facilities and you also have access to our extensive range of campus facilities, including: print studios with both screen printing and digital printing facilities, photography studios and darkrooms, 3D workshops, media store for borrowing film and photography equipment.

International study

Find out more about studying in the UK, or studying part of your course abroad at one of our partner institutions (study abroad option not available on all courses).

How to apply - 2018 entry

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Entry requirements - 2018 entry:

Entry requirements

  • A good honours degree (normally 2.1 or above) or equivalent qualification in your chosen subject or a related discipline

and/or

  • Relevant work experience, demonstrating your ability to study at postgraduate level.

Your portfolio

No formal portfolio is needed for this course - we will assess your written application. Potential offers will be made based on your application form, predicted qualifications, personal statement and reference. You may be invited for an Applicant Day to further discuss your application.

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