We’ve designed this course to open your mind to a broad range of financial functions and principles. From management accounting and financial reporting to business law and investment management, you’ll explore different disciplines to help you understand every aspect of accounting and finance.
Research plays a vital role in the way you learn at King’s. And this helps you develop vital analysis skills and understand the latest strategies for managing global businesses.
When you study at King’s you won’t just learn about finance – you’ll be in the centre of a city with a thriving economy. There are always opportunities to learn more about the industry and meet people who know everything there is to know.
You will be taught through a combination of lectures, tutorials and independent study. A typical 15 credit module will include a 1 -2 hour lecture and a 1 hour tutorial each week. We encourage critical analysis and debate on contemporary management issues.
At King's, we place great emphasis on independent study and research and encourage students to discuss their ideas and discoveries. As a student of management you will use resources which include books, newspapers and magazines, the internet, social media, TV and radio and more to understand the discipline: how things were done and have developed; contemporary management issues and challenges; and what might be in the future.
Assessment methods depend on the modules you will be studying, the primary methods of assessment used for this course are written examinations, presentations (both individual and group), in-class tests and coursework.
King's Business School benefits from being situated right in the heart of London, one of the most exciting cities for finance in the world. We are close to the Square Mile – the hub of international commerce & finance, a short tube journey from Canary Wharf, home to world leading institution such as JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Barclays, and many more.
We are surrounded by the many famous attractions and cultural highlights that London has to offer, including the South Bank Centre, the West End, several museums and galleries and much more. Most teaching takes place on the Strand and Waterloo Campuses.