Traditional advertising costs money, and isn’t very effective in many circumstances. What about word of mouth advertising for your business? It’s free, and it’s the most effective type of marketing. When you buy something do you head to YouTube to research commercials, or do you head online to read reviews, or maybe call a friend or family member to ask their opinion of a local plumber? You use word of mouth, and you trust it, whether you realize it or not! If you wish to defer your entry, you should ensure you indicate this in section 3i of the application form. Full details of application deadlines and the application fee can be found on the UCAS website. Please note, however, we are unable to consider applications for deferred entry to our Teacher Training, Nursing, Midwifery and Operating Department Practice programmes.
The module considers the development of modern financial instruments, together with their associated risks, so that theoretical and practical issues can be applied in their pricing and use. Such instruments would include shares, bonds, foreign currency, forwards, futures, options/swaps and other derivatives. Financial markets have developed at a fast pace over the last quarter of a century to meet the needs of governments, organisations and individuals. With this market development has come greater sophistication in the instruments available. Together, these two themes require finance managers to appreciate greater challenges within the finance agenda. The module aims to explore markets, institutions and the relevant traded instruments.