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  1. City Study Abroad Programme
International students

Business, Finance & Management

Studying abroad at the Cass Business School at City, University of London places you at the heart of a global financial centre. Choosing Cass is choosing to study business where the world does business.

Cass is expected to run the following courses for Study Abroad and Exchange students in 2018/19:

Level 1

Autumn/FallSpring
AF1101 Introductory Financial AccountingAF1201 Introductory Management Accounting
BM1000 The History of Business in LondonBM1204 International Management
BS1106 Introduction to Business LawBS1102 Introduction to Management
FR1101 Finance and InvestmentBS1204 International Business Environment
IF1105 MircoeconomicsFR1201 Quantitative Methods
IF1106 Business SkillsIF1201 Introduction Visual Basic
 IF1202 Introduction to Statistics
 IF1203 Macroeconomics
 IF1204 Banking and Financial Institutions

Level 2

Autumn/FallSpring
AF2100 AssuranceAF2202 Principles of Taxation
AF2101 Intermediate Financial Accounting 1 (pre-requisites)BS2102 Business Statistics 2
AF2102 Management Accounting (pre-requisites)BS2203 Financial Analysis
AF2204 Corporate LawBS2209 Business and Industrial Economics
BS2100 Principles of FinanceBS2215 Branding and Consumer Behaviour for Management
BS2101 Principles of MarketingBS2216 Financial and Management Accounting II (pre-requisites)
BS2105 European StudiesFR2203 Company Valuation
BS2111 European Business CultureFR2208 Risk Analysis and Modelling
BS2112 Intellectual Property ManagementFR2209 Portfolio Theory and Investment Valuation
BS2200 IT for BusinessFR2210 Alternative Investment Management
BS2201 Management for Human ResourcesFR2211 Derivatives, Trading and Hedging
BS2208 New Venture ThinkingIF2200 Economics of FOREX
FR2100 Security AnalysisIF2204 Personal Finance
FR2106 Introduction to Real Estate InvestmentIF2209 Derivatives
FR2200 Mathematical FinanceIF2210 Asset Management
FR2202 Financial EconometricsMS2103 Operations Management
IF2201 Monetary EconomicsMS2105 Creativity, Innovation and Design
MS2107 Human Resource ManagementLA2277 European Business Culture (only available for Study Abroad Programme students)

Level 3

Autumn/FallSpring
BS3100 Strategy for BusinessAF3203 Advanced Financial Accounting: Theory and Practice
BS3102 Financial ManagementBS3107 Advanced Strategic Management
BS3103 Applied Market ResearchBS3200 International Financial Management
BS3105 New Product DevelopmentBS3205 European Business Seminar
BS3111 Entrepreneurship Theory and PracticeBS3211 Supply Chain and Logistics Management
BS3200 International Financial ManagementBS3215 Corporate Governance
BS3201 Strategic MarketingBS3217 Social Media Theory and Practice (pre-requisites)
BS3207 International Human Resource ManagementBS3218 Mergers and Acquisitions
BS3214 Corporate Social ResponsibilityFR3200 Financial Engineering
FR3100 Fixed Income Portfolio ManagementFR3201 Equity Investment Management
FR3102 Asset-Liability ManagementFR3202 Real Estate Finance and Funding
FR3110 Technical AnalysisFR3207 Financial Services Regulation
IF3103 Advanced Econometrics and Forecasting (pre-requisites)FR3210 Climate Change and its Impact on the World Economy
IF3108 Corporate Finance (pre-requisites)IF3101 International Finance
IF3207 Corporate Strategy (pre-requisites)IF3102 Banking Regulation
MS3102 Virtual OrganisationsMS3205 Behavioural Decision Making
MS3109 Applied Systems Thinking 

Cultural classes

Both semesters
LA2017 Performing Arts in London - please note an extra £50 fee is charged towards the cost of theatre tickets
LA2018 Historic London

Course descriptions are for 2017/18 and are subject to change. If a course description is not shown please contact the Study Abroad Office or Cass Exchange Coordinator for the most up-to-date version.

It is occasionally necessary to limit places on particular modules, and/or cancel modules due to lecturer availability, so we are unable to guarantee the running or availability of any modules.

Academic year 2019/20 onwards

Due to changes in the Cass Undergraduate Programme there will be changes to the offering at all levels.  More information will be available in Spring 2019.