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International Finance is the branch of economics that studies the dynamics of exchange rates, foreign investment, and how these affect international trade. It also studies international projects, international investments and capital flows, and trade deficits. It includes the study of futures, options and currency swaps.
All courses instruction and discussions of contemporary business issues are done in English, drawing on the vast knowledge and experience of our international faculty. You will acquire business knowledge and intercultural skills, which are highly sought after in a range of international institutions.
Financial Markets and Institutions; International Investment Analysis; M&A and Investment Banking; Commercial Banking; Private Equity and Venture Capital; Financial Reporting and Analysis
The programs emphasize personal development and the acquisition of business skills to:
a. ensure that each student is challenged individually to attain the highest standards of personal excellence;
b. introduce students to some basic humanities and social science courses that help them expand their perspective, and become responsible members of civil society;
c. ensure that students learn to question assumptions and come up with creative and meaningful solutions;
d. enhance learning by hands-on projects and teamwork.
Internship & Career Development
Students will have the opportunities to be engaged in industrial collaborative projects, visits to companies, interview techniques, resume instructions and review, and career consultation.
Graduate careers within the general domain of English and finance include administrative, managerial, accounting and consultancy positions within international organisations. You may also be able to pursue a career as a professional translator or interpreter. Additionally, the course provides a foundation for further graduate level study in the subjects of English language and finance.