Accounting and Finance MSc

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Huddersfield Business School

Whether you’re planning a career with a major accountancy firm in the UK or internationally, this course helps prepare you by developing your critical understanding of the internationalisation of accounting and specific aspects of corporate finance. The course will provide you with key insights, with an emphasis on critical evaluation of financial regulation and transparency.

Key facts

Entry requirements

IELTS 6.0 (with a minimum of 5.5 in all bands), or equivalent.

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Term dates and intakes

September 2021

Why study accounting and finance?

This Master's programme will provide you with the analytical, problem-solving and decision making skills needed for careers in accounting and financial management.

What you’ll study

There are nine compulsory modules, you can then choose one option based on your interests. You will have the opportunity to pursue the area that interests you most with your research project.

  • Course modules


    • Contemporary Issues in Accounting and CSR
    • Corporate Finance
    • Corporate Governance
    • Financial Reporting and Company Performance
    • The Global Professional
    • Individual Research Project
    • Management Accounting
    • Principles of Finance
    • Quantitative Financial Analysis

    Optional (choose one):

    • International Finance
    • Leading Managing and Developing People
    • Strategic Management

    Please note optional modules are indicative only and subject to change.

Teaching Excellence Framework 2017

A gold-rated university

(Teaching Excellence Framework, 2017)


Teaching quality

Your tutors have professional experience in their fields and will be able to share the latest developments in the workplace. They will also be able to provide insight of how the theory you will learn can be applied in your future.

Your classes will be taught mainly using case studies and evaluated through assessments and group projects.

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