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Study Options: This unique Master of Finance (DUAL Award) offers a grounding in business management and insight into business network analysis.
You will gain a Master of Finance from the Massey University Business School and a Master of Science (Finance and Investment) from the University of Greenwich Faculty of Business in three semesters of study.
You will enrol in the Master of Science (Finance and Investment) at the University of Greenwich (London, England, UK) and complete the first semester at this university. You will then apply and enrol in the Master of Finance at Massey University and complete your second semester on the Manawatu campus (Palmerston North, New Zealand). The third part of the qualification is a professional practice/capstone project. You may choose either university to complete this part of your qualification.
New Zealand Qualification
This degree combines the study of advanced theory with research in a specialised finance area to give you a career advantage. Massey University’s Master of Finance is a detailed, specialised degree. It will give you the skills and knowledge to move to a higher level of seniority in your career.
Your study will focus on finance, but help you put this specialty into the context of other business disciplines.
This qualification has a focus on real-world learning – you can utilise our relationships with industry to draw on your own work experience. You will also learn the application of techniques in environments like our Trading Room – the only one of its kind in a New Zealand university. You will be taught by some of New Zealand's leading finance practitioners and will learn how to apply high-level in-depth research in the workplace. The Master of Finance will also help develop your oral and written communication skills to the level expected of senior business leaders.
Massey University conducts an internationally recognised research programme in economics, finance, banking and property. We are also involved in or lead several renowned finance-related research centres.
All students must have achieved an undergraduate degree with a 60% grade average or better and demonstrate competence in English language (IELTS 6.5 no band less than 6.0).