(MFin) Banking and FinanceAdd to Favourites
Lincoln’s MFin Banking and Finance degree is aimed at those who aspire to a career in the financial sector in roles such as securities analyst, financial or investment manager, or as a private, commercial, or investment banker.
During this course, students are encouraged to learn about how the economy works, how decisions are made in banking and finance, and how financial systems and capital markets operate in an international context. They are invited to explore how government policies influence the overall stock market index, how corporate actions affect stock prices, and how private and corporate wealth is created.
Students are able to access key software for the course, including SAGE, SPSS, Datastream, Bloomberg Terminal, and FT.com.
A number of our academics teaching Banking and Finance at Lincoln have knowledge and practical expertise gained from experience in the sector, which gives students the opportunity to learn about real-world scenarios.
Students on this four-year MFin programme have the opportunity to study research methods and advanced modules. They also have the chance to complete a substantive independent study project in an area of specific interest.
UniversityUniversity of Lincoln
Brayford Pool, Lincoln , LN6 7TS, East of England, United Kingdom