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Financial Economics and Banking

Coventry University London
On campus
 1073 Points
3 Years

Program Description

At Coventry University London, you’ll be surrounded by hundreds of financial institutions. We’re just a few minutes’ walk from the traditional financial district (which includes the Bank of England and the London Stock Exchange) and we’re also within view of Canary Wharf, the new financial district in East London. We can arrange visits to these centres, and you may apply to have the opportunity to do an internship there.

This course provides the ideal blend of academic theory and hands-on experience. In class, you’ll have the chance to work on practical exercises such as case studies and banking or trading simulations. You’ll have the opportunity to do real workplace tasks using industry-standard technology, and we encourage contact with financial firms which may be through work experience and visits to companies and institutions.

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Year 1

Introduction to Economics

Professional Practice and Academic Skills

Introduction to Financial Accounting

Quantitative Methods

Corporate and Business Law

Principles of Finance and Banking

Year 2

Intermediate Microeconomics

Introduction to Econometrics

Corporate and Investment Banking

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Banking Risk Management

Banking Supervisions, Regulatory frameworks and Financial Ethics

Year 3

Applied Econometrics and Research Methods

Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

International Economics

Optional modules

Final Project


When you graduate, you should have a good understanding of where your own talents and interests lie, and of the sort of careers which would best suit you. You should have a solid foundation from which to seek the career you want, whether in the private, public or third sector, or even becoming self-employed.


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