International Financial Corporate Management
This unit is to help you develop a deep level understanding of the main financial objectives of the firm and the constrains from an organisation that might impact on that objective. You will also be able to analyse the modern principles of corporate finance and explore their validity. You will distinguish between the various sources of finance, examining their advantages and disadvantages and assess the capital structure of a firm.
Global Business Management
This unit provides an intellectual and experiential forum for developing the inter-personalintercultural communication and interact skills necessary for international managers. This unit examines the task of management in today's international and global business environment.
International Finance, Accounting and Reporting
The aim of this unit is to further develop your knowledge and understanding of management accounting techniques and to support management in your planning, controlling and decision making both within industry and within the service sector.
This unit provides you with greater understanding of analytical skills for solving problems in project management, to learn mathematical models which aid in decision making process and to develop critical thinking and knowledge in project management’s theory and practices. This unit guides you through many of the fundamental project management tools and behavioural skills required in profit and non-profit organisations.
Money and Banking
The unit examines the impact of today’s changing, competitive environment on commercial banks and banking services, as well as the entire financial services industry. You will acquire a broad knowledge of the institutional details of the commercial banking industry, the risks faced by financial institutions, and the tools with which banks manage myriad risks.
The unit is designed to enable you to become confident using creative research techniques and methods. It will enable you to conduct and write up research at postgraduate level. It addresses the elements that make up formal research including research proposal, a variety of research methodologies, action planning, carrying out research itself and presenting your findings.
Final Creative Industries Project
Building on your Project management knowledge from previous units, you will be expected to demonstrate the ability to integrate and apply academic and practical knowledge at a strategic level, often valued by business consultancy organisations and employers. This is a negotiated project, which can evolve from your previous experience working as a business practitioner in the creative industries, or can be delivered as a business start- up project or a consultancy project.
Fees and additional course costs
The course fees per year for 2020 entry are:
- UK and EU students full-time - £8,000
- International students full-time - £16,250 (standard fee)
- International students full-time - £15,600 (full early payment fee)
Additional course costs
In addition to the tuition fees please see the additional course costs, these are still to be finalised for 2020 entry but as a guide please see the additional course costs for 2019 entry.
Find out more about our course fees and any financial support you may be entitled to:
These fees are correct for the stated academic year only. Costs may increase each year during a student’s period of continued registration on course in line with inflation (subject to any maximum regulated tuition fee limit). Any adjustment for continuing students will be at or below the RPI-X forecast rate.
Fee discounts and scholarships
To support all of our current students and our recent UK and EU alumni to progress to the next level of study, we have developed a new range of fee discounts across a range of courses.