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Studying at Abertay

Oil and Gas Finance

Degree type: MSc/PGDip
UCAS Code: Apply directly to the University
Duration: 12 months (full-time)


 

Intro

We are sorry to advise you that this course is no longer available.  Please view our postgraduate course list.

What you study

Your core programme will include essential foundation areas of management accounting, financial accounting and finance.  The second semester further develops the international elements and deepens your knowledge of the oil and gas sector. 

Throughout the course emphasis is placed on contemporary and emerging energy topics which you will often explore through case studies. You will also develop your research and interpersonal skills via our integrative seminar programme which will expose you to the latest thinking in this area.

How you learn
In addition to attending lectures, you will be required to contribute actively to group and seminar discussions.  You will be able to develop your own specialist knowledge of the oil and gas sector through highly relevant, contemporary modules and your dissertation, which will develop and deepen your knowledge. You will work in teams, prepare case analysis or develop scenarios, and deliver presentations using professional tools.

How you will be assessed
Assessment is diverse to reflect the broad range of knowledge and skills you will develop throughout the course, and also to recognise the diverse learning style preferences our students bring to our course.  You will be assessed through conventional examinations and coursework, and through presentations, teamwork and skills-based tasks.

Entry routes

An Honours degree (minimum lower Second class classification or equivalent) in any discipline, or equivalent professional qualifications such as CIMA, ACCA, ICAS, and CFA which are benchmarked as per the relevant professional institution.

Entry with qualifications, other than those stated, will be in line with the University’s policy and regulations.

Overseas/EU
All applicants are required to provide certified proof of competence in English Language and the University's minimum requirements are listed here

Course content

Module Code
Module Title
Core/Option
Semester
Credits
 
AC1101A
Accounting and Finance
Core
Semester 1
15
AC1106A
Accounting for Sustainable Development
Core
Semester 2
15
EC1104A
Energy Markets
Core
Semester 2
15
FN1107A
Energy Risk Management
Core
Semester 2
15
EC1152A
Financial Econometrics
Core
Semester 2
15
EC1114A
International Business Economics
Core
Semester 1
15
FN1105A
International Business Finance
Core
Semester 1
15
FN1148A
Oil And Gas Finance Dissertation
Core
Semester 3
60
MT1151A
Research Methods
Core
Semester 1
15
 


Information on course structures and modules is drawn from 2013/4 data and may be subject to change without prior notification. Students who are registering with us will be provided with the up to date information on their course structure in order to allow them to register on the appropriate modules

More info

Career
Your advanced understanding of financial markets and the oil and gas sector in particular will be valuable to any organisation, domestic or international, that operates and wants to leave a mark in the global arena. 

The course prepares you for accounting or finance roles with significant responsibility in any industry or sector that requires knowledge of the oil and gas sector, which is arguably one of the most important in the future global economy.

Want to know more
Admissions Tutor: Mr Rulzion Rattray
Tel: +44 (0) 1382 308476
email: dbsadmissions@abertay.ac.uk

 

Fees & Scholarships

Fee Category September 2014 Fees
Scholarships & Bursaries
Scottish and other EU students

To be confirmed

Other forms of support
English, Welsh and Northern Irish
students

£7,000

Bursaries & Scholarships
Overseas (non EU) students

To be confirmed

Overseas Scholarships

Fee quoted is the total cost providing that the MSc follows on immediately after the PG Dip element and is completed within the same academic year as started.  Fees may be subject to increase.


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