The Institute for Business and Finance Research (IBFR) encourages you to participate in our academic conferences, and to publish in our peer-reviewed journals. The deadline for international students to apply to Leeds University Business School courses is 30 June. Now full-time students have the opportunity to spend time in industry with the Professional Practice placement. This allows you to not only apply what you learn in real-world situations, but will significantly enhance your employability prospects upon graduating.
Financial examiners typically have a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or a related field. Some may choose to go on and earn a master’s degree or become a CPA. On completion of this award, you will have acquired skills and knowledge which are suitable for a wide range of business careers including general management, accountancy, banking and finance.
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This Master’s programme examines key issues from both a business and economic perspective, including how multinational corporations leverage financial markets when seeking to exploit international business opportunities, the management challenges presented, and the relevance of these to financial and capital markets. This module complements the Starting A Business Venture in Level 5 and is designed specifically for (Business Management and Entrepreneurship) students with a viable business idea that wish to take it to market. The module includes tailored business development sessions where students will learn, and collaborate with others in developing their business. Students will have access to mentors and successful start-up entrepreneurs and will draw upon their experience. At the end of the module, students will present their business plan to a panel of business owners and can then go on to seek investment and funds to take it to market.
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This Master’s programme examines key issues from both a business and economic perspective, including how multinational corporations leverage financial markets when seeking to exploit international business opportunities, the management challenges presented, and the relevance of these to financial and capital markets. Three workplace learning subjects provide students with the opportunity to undertake a business placement in each of their three years of study (or equivalent). The expectations and outcomes associated with these subjects increases each year – for example, the length of placement will increase from 35 hours in Year 1 to 70 hours in Year 2 and 120 hours in Year 3. Placements may occur in practicum blocks or a dedicated regular time through the session. Students will be expected to make a meaningful contribution that will benefit the business and enhance the student’s key employability skills. The focus of each of the workplace learning subjects will be the … Read more