MBA – Financial Management


This course will equip you with the financial acumen you need to succeed and solve business challenges in any sector. Whatever job you work in, skills and knowledge in areas such as corporate finance, financial markets, and financial accounting will build your credibility and ability to see the big picture of your organization; moreover, it will also introduce you to advanced financing tools and techniques and give you an understanding of financial markets and institutions in a global context.

As a graduate of the program, you will have a deep understanding of how financial and non-financial controls are integrated and used to manage multinational companies from various industries, how large corporations report to external shareholders and stakeholders and how they evaluate companies’ financial and non-financial performance in assessment settings for example.

This course will cover many core topics such as financial reporting, business monitoring, capital budgeting, financial analysis and corporate valuation. In all of our courses we take an analytical and international perspective.

The teaching team, which combines academic and professional training skills, will teach you and introduce you to best financial management practices, trends and recent issues.

All units are taught by experienced lecturers who have experience of working in a wide variety of roles in companies ranging.

Course Aims

  • Understand the interplay between well-functioning financial markets and successful companies
  • Apply a full range of financial techniques to real-life business situations
  • Describe, analyze and interpret financial data from markets and companies
  • Search and gather relevant financial information from multiple sources, including companies’ annual reports and financial databases
  • Offer data-based solutions to complex and relevant business challenges, for example:
  • Evaluating the performance and riskiness of a company or an asset
  • Selecting valuable investment projects
  • Determining the type of capital a company should raise to fund investment
  • Analyzing a company’s financial strategy

Course Card information

  • course code:BM-M/15
  • Name and level of final award :Master/ Financial Management
  • Awarding body/institution :BARVQ
  • Status of awarding body/institution :Recognized Body
  • Location of delivery :Brussels – Belgium
  • Language of delivery and assessment :English
  • Duration : 12 months full-time

24 months part-time

  • QAA subject benchmarking group(s) :Finance
  • EQF Degree  :7

  • This course is compound of six modules plus Individual project. ,you need Completion of master  Study with :
  • Core Financial Management Specialization course (5)
  • Elective course (1)
  • Individual project (1.)

§  Minimum Degree Requirements

  • To be eligible for the master, students have to take and pass six of the taught modules in addition Individual project assessment.
  • There are core and option modules available as part of the course and their credit value.

Full-time Postgraduate students’ study 60 credits per year, plus 30 credits for Individual project

  • Master financial management:
  • All taught core modules plus the project module plus one option/elective module
  • Deep understanding of the tasks performed by CFOs and other similar financial practitioners and the goals they pursue;
  • An ability to describe and interpret the functioning of financial markets;
  • Understand why and how successful companies rely on and benefit from well-functioning financial markets;
  • The skills and knowledge needed to analyze and synthesize complex information from companies and financial markets, and to provide solutions to challenging problems;
  • Ability to research and collect relevant financial information from several sources such as company annual reports and financial databases;
  • The flexible and transferable skills that finance practitioners need in their careers.
  • Deepening financial knowledge and application of skills by analyzing real-world information and addressing questions with practical implications.
  • 1st or 2:1 UK Bachelor’s honours degree or international equivalent from an institution recognized by EQF, Or
  • A Master’s degree or international equivalent from an institution recognized by EQF
  • We expect that most candidates interested in this Master’s will have a degree in engineering, mathematics, business, management, economics, science or other relevant subjects; however, your degree can be in any discipline if you can demonstrate that you have good numeracy and quantitative ability.

100% online via Online Campus (an interactive online learning environment) with intensive class discussion and collaboration

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