MSc Accounting & Finance

Take your accounting background a step further with our MSc Accounting & Finance

Challenge yourself to explore how accounting and reporting decisions affect markets and companies, and view accounting in its wider social context with our MSc Accounting & Finance. 

Using your quantitative skills, our course will help you to develop a more critical understanding of the world of accounting, whilst exploring the most current theories and cutting-edge techniques in finance. Finance modules are taken from our MSc Finance, one of the UK’s top finance courses*. 

The course is designed to give you all the accounting and finance tools needed to step into a wide range of financial and accounting careers in an international environment.

*The Financial Times ranks our MSc Finance 12th in the world and 3rd in the UK in their Masters in Finance Pre-experience ranking 2022. 


  • Application Deadline 2 August 2023
  • Start Date September 2023
  • Duration 1 year
  • Location Warwick Campus
  • Format Full-time
  • UK Fees £32,250 *
  • EU/International Fees £38,000 *

* See fees and funding for fees breakdown.

11 Nationalities (2021 cohort)
85 Cohort size
22 Average age


  • Finance modules taken from our highly ranked MSc Finance course 
  • Apply to the QTEM Masters Network Program and spend up to an additional 12 months studying at one or two International Academic Partners, completing an internship, and taking part in a global Data Challenge with fellow QTEM students 

  • Dedicated careers coaching by Accounting & Finance specialists 

  • Elective modules to help you specialise, or explore areas outside of your comfort zone. 

What our graduates do
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My experience at WBS has helped me to make more objective and efficient decisions in my role."
Callie Wang Credit Manager, Barclays,
MSc Accounting & Finance (2011 - 2012)
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My course gave me a foundation of financial knowledge which I've applied throughout my career at PwC."
Sofia Asatridi Management Consultant, PwC,
MSc Finance & Economics (2011 - 2012)
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