Principles of Finance: 27 June – 15 July 2016 The Principles of Finance course is an opportunity to develop your understanding of the rapidly evolving and exciting theory of finance. This course serves as an introduction to the core concepts in finance.
- London, United Kingdom
- Program Type:
- Study Abroad
- Degree Level:
- Program Description:
- Imperial College Business School inspires brilliant minds to become future business leaders.
We offer short, intensive Summer School courses that give students the opportunity to increase their academic standing and spend the summer in central London, one of the most vibrant and culturally-enriched cities in the world.
The Business School is at the centre of Imperial College, a global top 10 university, so attending our Summer School will give you the opportunity to experience studying at a world-leading university, develop your network and will be an impressive enhancement to your CV.
Principles of Finance: 27 June – 15 July 2016 The Principles of Finance course is an opportunity to develop your understanding of the rapidly evolving and exciting theory of finance. This course serves as an introduction to the core concepts in finance. You will learn the nature and workings of financial markets and their use by corporations, investors and others. You will acquire some skills in modern valuation techniques, including the pricing of fixed-income securities, equities and derivatives. Topics covered will include: • Arbitrage • Market efficiency • Asset pricing models • Portfolio theory
The full list of Summer School courses on offer in 2016 is: Session 1: 27 June - 15 July 2016 • Accounting • Entrepreneurial Smart Camp • Principles of Finance Session 2: 18 July - 5 August 2016 • Business Strategy & Consulting • Corporate Finance • Strategic Marketing
- Setting Description:
- Key facts: • Direct contact hours: 63 hours across 3 weeks • Academic level: Equivalent to a final year undergraduate course. • Entry requirement: A level maths or equivalent. Open to undergraduates, postgraduates and working professionals. • You can gain academic credit towards your studies at other institutions on completion of this course. Suggested credit level: 3 – 4 US / 7.5 ECTS credits. Your home institution will determine how much credit is awarded.
- £1,755 - for applications received before 1 March 2016 £1950 - for applications received after 1 March 2016