The basic requirements for applying to each programme are listed in the MSc Programme Summary Table. When considering whether or not you are suitable to apply for a certain MSc programme you should consult this table in conjunction with your future aims and ambitions;
Do you want to be a risk manager in a hedge fund? Do you want to later study a PhD in Finance? Work for a boutique venture capital firm? Work in consulting, or become a quant in an investment bank? These sorts of questions, added to your current training and background will help determine your suitability to apply for certain programmes.
If you meet the minimum application requirements, have an appropriate background to date, and the programme fits with your interests, aims and ambitions then you should consider applying. Please note that you are allowed to make two application choices. If you are still unsure as to your suitability for a programme, or whether that programme is suitable for you, then you can contact our admissions team for further guidance.
Please note that we are unable to give any kind of informal assessment of your suitability for applying to a programme, or speculate on your chances of obtaining an offer. We can simply check if you meet the minimum entry requirements, if you are unable to ascertain this for yourself. Global equivalents to a 2.1 undergraduate degree in the British university system can be found on our information for international students guide.