The MSc Corporate Financial Management is designed for those pursuing a career in the world of finance such as banking, corporate finance, personal finance and accountancy. With GISMA, you will also have the opportunity to build on your practical skills, alongside getting a formal qualification. This programme is designed and awarded by The University of Law, and delivered at GISMA in its campus in Berlin. Free beginner's German classes for all students.
Who is Corporate Financial Management for?
This programme is aimed at those interested in pursuing a career in Finance or Accounting. It will allow students to build a skills portfolio that they can show to future employers. The course will cover corporate finance, corporate reporting, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and social responsibility and research methods, professional development and dissertation.
Flexible payments GISMA offers flexible payment plans that allow you to spread the costs of your programme fees across three instalments. A deposit of €2,000 is required to start.
At GISMA, learning takes place both inside and outside the campus. Due to the partnership with The University of Law, all GISMA’s students have access to a wealth of online resources such as:
The MSc Corporate Financial Management is undertaken in one year (divided into two semesters) with the summer period for your dissertation. Within this programme, students are able to select two electives in line with their specialist areas of interest.
The programme structure is as follows:
Elective Modules (Specialisation I)
Elective Modules (Specialisation II)
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|The MSc Corporate Financial Management||15,000.0 €|
This programme is designed and awarded by The University of Law, and delivered at GISMA in its campus in Berlin. The University of Law is a prestigious university in the UK with an employability rate of 97%*.
In 2017, The University of Law was awarded a Gold ranking in the UK government-led Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).
*97% of full-time LPC students that graduated in summer 2014 and 2015 were in employment within nine months.