Master of Applied Finance (Corporate Treasury)
The Master of Applied Finance (Corporate Treasury) degree is for students that want to develop a thorough knowledge of the management of corporate finance. The program will teach students the specialised skills and knowledge to successfully manage corporate finances. Throughout the duration of the program you will be encouraged to integrate technical, theoretical and industry knowledge, giving you the skills you need to operate as the interface between a firm and financial markets and institutions. You’ll learn how to develop ethical business practices, identify the sources and costs of finance and discuss the complex issues surrounding financial structures, develop organisational growth strategies and understand how to successfully maximise a firm’s value.
Spring - January
Summer - June
Autumn - September
Our strong links with a broad range of financial industry partners in the UAE and across our global network will allow you to investigate financial markets and institutions in depth as part of your program of study, giving you real world experience and the opportunity to develop and apply the skills you have learnt throughout your degree.
Corporate treasury is a fast-paced field related to investment banking and money management. Students and graduates of the Master of Applied Finance (Corporate Treasury) program typically work as:
- Treasury Analysts
- Treasury Accountants
- Risk Managers
- Cash Managers
- Financial Analysts
- Head of Treasury Operations
- Tax Directors
- Finance Directors
- Corporate Treasurers
- Working Capital Managers
Globally accredited, internationally relevant
All Business programs at the University of Wollongong in Dubai are accredited by the Commission for Academic Accreditation (CAA) of the UAE Ministry of Education – Higher Education Affairs and are licensed by the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA). Also, all Business programs of the University of Wollongong are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
All MAF programs are also quality assured by UOW Australia, which is registered with the Australian Tertiary Education and Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA), the national regulator of higher education in Australia. Upon graduation, students can choose either a degree certificate from UOWD or a degree certificate from the University of Wollongong Australia.
The requirement to graduate from a single specialisation MAF program is twelve (12) subjects.
The program will normally take you five or six semesters to complete (based on three semesters per year with summer as an optional semester and two subjects per semester). At this rate, the degree can be completed in two years or less. Classes are held 6:00pm - 9:30pm, Sunday to Thursday. Each subject requires one evening of attendance for 13 weeks.
If you have joined UOWD in spring 2016 or later, your program of study is as follows:
|Level||Subject Code||Subject Name|
|Common Finance Foundation||FIN924||Financial Statement Analysis for Business|
|ECON939||Quantitative Economic Analysis|
|FIN926||Advanced Managerial Finance|
|Specialisation Subjects||FIN907||Financial Strategy|
|FIN928||Multinational Financial Management|
|FIN925||Banking Theory and Practice|
|FIN959||Enterprise Risk Management|
|Electives*||FIN956||Banking, Lending and Securities|
|ECON928||Economics for Modern Business|
|FIN930||Islamic Banking and Finance|
|Capstone Project||FIN960||Research in Financial Markets and Institutions|
*Students are required to choose two electives from the approved list.
Dr Kashif Saleem
PhD, Economics and Business Administration, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland; MSc Economics, Swedish School of Economics and Business Administration, Finland; MSc Business Economics, University of the Punjab Pakistan; BCom Auditing and Accounting, University of the Punjab, Pakistan
He is a member of the Multinational Finance Society, the Graduate School of Finance, Finland, the Eurasia Business and Economics Society...
If you joined UOWD prior to Spring 2016, please click here.
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