a) Functional knowledge – the finance domain as such is huge and has immense potential for the right candidate to grow. There are several subsets of the finance industry wherein you can be in the banking industry, financial services or the finance or accounts department of a user company. Wherever be the financial job role be, the functional knowledge required is broadly the same. The requirements include the basic knowledge of financial accounting and management, understanding of the primary KPIs(Key Performance Indicators) if required, basic knowledge of the operations in the front and the back offices of the financial organization. Pray for me. I just had open heart surgery. This is the second time in my life. I’m broke, in rehab, in debt, no job, and my apartment I lost to water damage. I ask God to grant me a home& income. I need a lot of money to go forward in life. I lost everything. I currently have no home to go home to. Lord, help me!!
This activity is self-directed by the student and carries no credits. Students will be supported by the Placement Visit Co-ordinator, The Placement Experience Module Leader, an Academic Mentor and the Centre for Academic Skills Enhancement (CASE). Successful completion of the placement experience module leads to the appropriate suffix on students’ degree title stated on the programme specifications. Students who have been on placement are also eligible to apply for both City and Guilds Licentiateship and the Professional Recognition Award which is a national qualification administered by City & Guilds. Students should contact the Placement Experience Module Leader for more information this.