This course is among the few within the University in its capability of being able to offer qualifying students both an academic award, from the University, and Graduate status of the ICSA (GradICSA), subject only to registration with the Institute. This status can be achieved in probably no more time than it would take to study for the professional examinations alone. With sufficient related work experience, graduates can apply for full membership of the ICSA.
The course is essentially a mixture of mainly finance, law and governance subjects focusing on the role of corporate administration. In this context, corporate is used in its wider sense and therefore includes private, public and not for profit organisations.
A good Bachelors Honours degree, 2:2 or above or equivalent
International Accounting & Analysis
The unit aims to explain the main principles involved in the production of financial statements, outline the theoretical and regulatory framework within which financial accounting operates and provide techniques for the analysis and critical appraisal of corporate financial reporting.
Corporate Law: Theory & Practice
You will examine key issues in contemporary corporate law, this will enable you to evaluate corporate law issues from key theoretical and practical perspectives.
Corporate Management & Control
You will be exposed to key legal principles and to specific areas of legislation affecting business transactions. It will enable you to integrate theoretical and practical knowledge and apply the concepts of corporate and business strategy.
You will gain a thorough understanding of the role of the company secretary in the effective administration of organisations. You will also be exposed to the key issues in the nature and management of risk.
Corporate Governance & Ethics
You will develop a critical understanding of the objectives, principles and methods of Corporate Governance practice within different economic environments. This unit aims to demonstrate how an understanding of governance and ethics can aid managerial decision making, particularly in respect of risk management.
International Corporate Finance
The primary aims of this unit are to address the critical importance of the corporate finance function within an internationally diverse corporation and to provide a framework to assist corporate decision makers in a complex, dynamic and inherently uncertain external environment.
The Research Project provides Master´s level students with an opportunity to undertake a significant piece of self-managed research in a relevant area of particular interest.
Optional work experience
You will have the opportunity to undertake work experience as part of the research project unit, subject to interview and availability. The type of work being undertaken will be relevant to your course of study and will provide experience that informs your final research project. Combining work experience with the research project aims to attach further practical context to the value of your learning experience.
Some of our Finance Graduates are now undertaking roles such as;
Human Recourses Management
Industrial Development Expert
Management Associate (Risk)
Some of the companies that our Finance Graduates are now working for are;
Mainstreet Bank Limited
United Overseas Bank (Thai) PCL
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