The MSc in Financial Management has been designed to give financial professionals the ability to make a crucial contribution where it matters most in business: at the bottom line. The programme is an intellectually challenging training for participants who want to gain a wide range understanding of financial techniques and their application to improve their overall role in financial consulting or to develop themselves for a particular position in the finance profession.

Programme Structure

  • The programme is highly flexible and let you decide all. We offer this programme as Certificate, Diploma or Degree. You can choose any programme structure and can advance to other higher levels if you want.
  • Each course is assessed by a three-hour written examination.
  • You can pay as you go throughout the programme


Core Courses Elective Specialist Courses
  • Accounting
  • Credit Risk Management
  • Derivatives
  • Finance
  • Financial Risk Management
  • Corporate Governance
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Practical History of Financial Markets
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Research Methods for Business and Management Strategic Planning

Learning Outcomes
  • Gain specialized Financial skills
  • Develop yourself in Financial Management & Planning
  • Get equipped with all essential Financial tools and techniques

Career Outcomes

  • Become a Finance Expert
  • Gain professional competitive advantage
  • Increase your market demand

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Consultants in leading position & individuals interested to develop themselves as Specialist Consultants 

Level 7 (according to the EU framework) 

About Partners
Edinburgh Business School is home to one of the most challengin & rewarding business education programmes for ambitious executives from across the globe. 

SEK 33,000 and Fees for the exam ( SEK 1500 / exam) 

Certificate:3 Modules, 30 ECTS Diploma: 6 Modules, 60 ECTS Degree: 9 Modules, 90 ECTS 

Admission Requirement
Bachelor degree or relevant management education 

Programme Start
Distance learning starts individually.