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HRBUS86: Research Project in Financial Management: Home

Welcome

This subject guide provides access to the Library's key resources relevant to the field of Finance, Risk Management and Banking.

Explore the different resources and contact your librarian if you need any assistance.

Introduction

Welcome to the HRBUS86 - Research Project in Financial Management.

The purpose of the module is to equip you with the competencies required to  plan,  execute  and  write  an  acceptable and comprehensive academic research proposal  in the Financial Sciences in preparation for possible further study (e.g. Masters). Financial sciences here refers to the modules offered by our department, namely Financial Management, Investments, Personal Finance, Banking, Risk Management and Insurance (in no particular order).

Please note this module makes use of Lessons. The Lessons (indicated on the left) is an alternative to a Study guide - therefore do not expect to receive any Study guide for HRBUS86, or to find a Study guide at this site.

This website is dedicated to supporting your learning for this module. If you make a habit of regularly visiting your Module site, you can take full advantage of these features:

  1. You should find files such as tutorial letters and lessons.  These have been uploaded to the Lessons and Additional Resources.

  2. The Discussion Forums allow you to communicate with your fellow students about this course. Please note - no advertising is allowed.

  3. The Schedule provides you with the assignment due dates and the due date for submitting your portfolio.

  4. You will also be able to submit your assignment(s) here.

Module leaders

Prof. Johan Marx

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