Complete your UK qualification online at a Top UK university without leaving work or home.

The MSc at a glance

  • Total fees £10,070, including live lectures, podcasts, career guidance, support and easy instalments.,
  • Critical understanding of key finance theories and concepts; also, how to implement these in real situations. 
  • Improve your leadership capabilities and the ability to critically analyse your own performance.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of how financial decisions impact orgaisational decision-making and performance. 
  • Network with a range of multicultural professionals through collaborative online learning and group activities. 

The MSc in Finance is focussed on developing and understanding key concepts of finance and the role of duting of finance management in a variety of organisations and industries. The School of Management from the University of Leicester is increasingly recognised as one of the top management schools in the UK. 

Advance your career by studying online, through Stafford, with the University of Leicester and study from work, home or while travelling – the programme ispredominantly online, giving you the flexibility to fit your studies around your job.


  • Benefit from a 100% online programme.
  • Learning in a collaborative, global environment.
  • An online degree that fits around your professional life.
  • The University of Leicester is ranked 3rd in the Guardian (Subject: Management)
  • UK remains respected for the quality of its education and recognition internationally.
  • Gain the knowledge and skills that you need to reach to the top of your career path.

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What is the Difference between Distance, Blended and Online Delivery?

It might seem a simple task, however defining these terms is difficult because they have developed over time and place to become used differently by different institutions and sometimes interchangeably. But most would agree that distance learning is any course that is delivered off the University’s campus, blended is a mix of taught and online classes and support, and online is purely delivered via the internet.