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Life may not be all about money, but wouldn’t you like to know where you should invest some money to make more money? What about some efficient money-saving techniques? Finance experts make these kinds of decisions on a daily basis.

Finance analyses and interprets financial markets, economic trends, banking, liabilities and investments. A Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Finance teaches you about the economic context and financial operations that banks, insurance and real estate companies and public institutions are managing. Finance specialists have a knack for working with numbers, constantly forecasting current financial trends and seeing how they’ll lead to profit. A financial specialist always makes sure a company or organisation meets the financial demands of its operations.

Students who graduate with degrees in Finance pursue careers such as:

• Commercial or investment banker
• Stock, insurance or real estate broker
• Economist
• Tax adviser
• Financial manager

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Suggested Short Courses in Finance

Short Course Corporate finance

Middle and senior managers meet a multiplicity of financial problems in their organisations. This Corporate finance module at The Open University UK will help you develop your knowledge of this area. It introduces finance problems that organisations face at board level, and equips you with the fundamentals of corporate financial theory enabling you to understand and to challenge finance experts. 

United Kingdom
Short Course Modular Foundation

The Modular Foundation offered by The University of Exeter is a short programme for those who wish to experience life as an international student at the University of Exeter where you will improve your study skills and knowledge in a subject related to your academic interests.

United Kingdom
Short Course Options in Economics

Harvard Summer School offers several open-enrollment courses, specialized in Economics, such as "Principles of Economics", "Introduction to Managerial Finance" and "Financial Accounting".

United States