A stroll down my memory lane makes me realise that the inclination towards financial management was there right from my childhood, by virtue of piggy-bank management or being diligent in planning with the little pocket money received from my parents. My passion for subjects related to finance made me pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce. With the Bachelor’s degree in the bag, I wanted to gain some practical exposure in the finance stream, so I worked for three years upon completing my bachelor’s degree.
At that juncture, I wanted to pursue my master’s degree in finance to widen my knowledge and deepen my expertise. After doing detailed research, I found out about MSc in Finance offered by the eminent Dublin City University. The program has a specialisation in two streams that are relevant to the current financial industry and the programme offered by DCU is ranked #1 in Ireland and #49 in the world. About the coursework, there is a total of eight modules containing six compulsory modules and two modules related to the specialisations we choose. The two specialisations at the moment are Capital Markets and Financial Technologies & Sustainable Finance. The course also includes a dissertation element that carries 30 credits, where we can explore a topic of interest in great depth.
MSc in Finance is one of the most extensive programs that would equip students with technical, analytical and decision-making skills relevant to the financial industry. The program provides a critical understanding of financial theories and opens up a wide range of career opportunities.
The guidance from internationally renowned professors at DCU would enable graduates to tackle the professional challenges that they may face. The diversity in the student body environment at DCU would provide ample exposure to interact with people of different cultural backgrounds and ethnicity.
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