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Master of Science in Finance (MSc. Finance)

Introduction

Programme Objectives

Whilst no specific knowledge of finance as an academic subject is assumed at the outset of the course, candidates will be well equipped to embark on careers in finance upon completion of the programme.

The primary objectives of the MSc. Finance programme are to develop

i. A good understanding of financial theory and analysis;

ii. An appreciation of the nature and functioning of financial markets and institutions;

iii. The ability to structure and take financial decisions to meet specified objectives;

iv. A good working knowledge of accounting information and its use in financial decision taking and analysis; 60

v. An introduction to the use of computing in the area of finance;

vi. The ability to interpret and analyse financial data;

vii. Knowledge of the latest development in the theoretical, empirical and applied research in finance;

viii. The ability to apply the concept acquired in the course − in financial management, international finance, security analysis, and portfolio management;

ix. An appreciation of recent developments in the financial markets, particularly the derivative markets;

x. The ability to identify and analyse problems, consider alternative approaches and choose appropriate solutions;

xi. Various transferable skills in problem solving, critical evaluation, data analysis, statistical analysis, model building, the use of spreadsheets and other software packages, information collection, report writing, the communication of ideas and analysis, presentational techniques and research activities; and

xii. Employability through the acquisition of specific subject and transferable skills consistent with the expectations of employers in corporate finance and financial services.

Programme Duration

The Programme runs for 18 Months.

Tuition Fee Structure

The tuition fee for the programme amounts to GB £3,750. Students should pay at least 50% of the tuition fees (£1,875) before registration. The remaining fee may be paid in two Instalments (each of at least the same amounts) which fall due as specified below.

i. 2ndInstalment − May 2017

ii. 3rd Instalment − August 2017

Entry Qualifications

Entry Requirement and Eligibility

Either first degree or advanced diploma with at least a second class, or a first degree or advanced diploma (with a pass class), and a good postgraduate diploma in the related field from a recognized higher learning institution.

Modules

Programme Structure

 Full Time Programmes

Semester I

Subject Code Subject Name
AG910 Principles of Finance
AG911 Accounting and Financial Analysis
AG909 Quantitative Methods for Finance
AG912 International Financial Markets and Banking
  Semester II
AG915 Advanced Corporate Finance and Applications
AG916 Behavioural Finance
AG918 Security Analysis
AG920 Management Accounting
AG924 Portfolio Theory and Management
AG925 Derivatives and Treasury Management
Semester III  
AG913 Empirical Research Projects/Dissertation2
Part Time Programmes
Semester I  
AG911 Accounting and Financial Analysis
AG909 Quantitative Methods for Finance
Semester II  
AG910 Principles of Finance
AG912 International Financial Markets and Banking
Semester III  
AG915 Advanced Corporate Finance and Applications
AG918 Security Analysis
AG920 Management Accounting
Semester IV  
AG916 Behavioural Finance
AG924 Portfolio Theory and Management
AG923 Empirical Methods in Finance
AG925 Derivatives and Treasury Management
Semester V  
AG913 Empirical Research Projects/Dissertation3

Careers

Carrier Opportunities

Whilst no specific knowledge of finance as an academic subject is assumed at the outset of the course, candidates will be well equipped to embark on careers in finance upon completion of the programme.