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Hertfordshire, University of, MSc, Finance and Corporate Governance

 United Kingdom


Study mode Start date Duration
Part-time n/a years: 2
The programme is designed to provide exemption from the professional programme part 2 of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA); it provides the opportunity to study a diverse body of academic and professional agendas; includes aspects of governance from both a societal and institutional focus and addresses the legal framework in which these operate; finance element includes both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors and the financial markets, and the institutional and legislative framework in which finance is raised and employed; programme also covers aspects of audit, corporate secretaryship and corporate administration including strategic management.

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  • Sites in Hatfield, St Albans and Bayfordbury (a rural field station and observatory outside Hertford).
  • The £120-million de Havilland campus opened in September 2003. Humanities and Education and Business are based on this campus.
  • Good transport links to the rest of the UK, well located with London only 25 minutes by train to London King’s Cross tube and rail station.