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Finance is that sub-discipline of business and management that studies the management of personal, business, and public funds. It draws on related subjects such as accounting, business, economics and information technology. Courses in Finance give learners a strong understanding of financial insight, technology, and interpersonal skills, which are important for job market success. It covers the principles and procedures in accounting and finance including related topics like accounting, mathematical methods, macroeconomics, microeconomics, and information technology.

Experts in Finance analyze data and make long-term financial decisions and planning to help companies, individuals, and the government makes better financial decisions. Students pursuing Finance degrees develop excellent mathematical, analytical, problem-solving, and planning skills. They study the different financial trends and ensure that organizations meet their financial needs.

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Study Levels

There are various types and levels of degrees one can choose depending on their specific interests and plans for the future. The study levels include:

Bachelor of Finance (B.Fin)
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Economics
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Finance
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Accounting
Bachelor of Commerce (BCom)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Accounting and Finance
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Financial Economics
Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) in Finance
Master of Finance (MFin)
Master of Commerce (MCom)
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Data Analytics and Finance
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Finance
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Corporate Finance and Investment Banking
Master of Arts (MA) in Economics
Master of Arts (MA) in Finance
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A) in Finance
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Specialisations

Specialisations usually offer students the chance to find out more about themselves and their study area and assist them in developing significant fundamental abilities that stay with them for the rest of their lives.

Throwing Caps

Students can choose to specialize in areas like:

Behavioural Finance
Corporate Finance
Financial Economics
Financial Mathematics
Financial Management
Financial Econometrics

Financial Markets
Financial Engineering
Financial Planning
Financial Accounting and Reporting
International Finance

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Employability

Graduates with a degree in finance have several career options to choose from. A finance career is always available but depends on the level of education and interest. Qualified finance professionals are in demand in almost every industry throughout the globe. In the finance world, a Bachelor's Degree will prepare students for entry-level positions while a Master's Degree or a Doctorate will make them better suited for management or instructor roles in the field. Career opportunities in finance are many and growing with further education and work experience.

There are three main industries in the finance world; public, corporate, and personal. From financial planning to investment banking to insurance, professionals can work as:

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    Commercial Banker
    Investment Banker
    Financial Planner
    Insurance Agent
    Public Accountant
    Hedge Fund Manager
    Venture Capitalist
    Real Estate Agent
    Chief Financial Officer
    Financial Economist
    Loan Officer
    Personal Financial Advisor
    Actuary
    Appraiser

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    Bank Manager
    Bookkeeper
    Claim Adjuster/Examiner
    Consumer Credit Officer
    Credit Manager
    Estimator
    Finance Writer
    Investment Banker
    Professor/Lecturer
    Mutual Fund Manager
    Rate Analyst
    Sales Analyst
    Real Estate Developer
    Trust Analyst