Learn how to maximise resultant opportunities & minimise resultant threats
Short Course on International Money & Finance
The changes currently taking place in the international monetary environment of business, both in Europe and at global level are placing increasing emphasis upon the ability of companies to maximise the resultant opportunities and minimise the resultant threats by means of international financial management. Hence, the course ‘International Money and Finance’ will provide you explanations of the key factors involved in these developments.
The course content is designed under 04 lessons which helps you understand the fundamentals of the international financial environment, Financial Integration and Financial markets.
You are not required to demonstrate previous experience or knowledge to succeed in this course. As future decision makers it is important to work on novel and hypothetical scenarios and know the required tools and theories to identify and analyse the dynamic international money and finance environment. Such frames the overall aim of this short course on International Money & Finance.
However, remember to build dialogue with your online class mates and share your ideas to understand each of the lessons and topics. Please also ensure that each week you complete the assigned tasks and activities to reap the full benefit of this course.
Finally, the summative assessment will consolidate your learning over the 04 weeks which requires you to answer several questions covering the key learning outcomes of this course. The assessment comprises with one task and you are required to submit a report worth 2,000 words answering all questions.
How it works
Introduction to the International Financial Environment – 1
Introduction to the International Financial Environment – 2
Financial Market Integration
Your Tutor for the Short Course on International Money & Finance
A course leader at LSM, Chrishanthi Ranaweera is a double Master’s holder. She possesses a Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing from CIM, UK and is a Chartered Management Accountant of CIMA, UK. She is currently a doctoral candidate and has hands on experience in lecturing, tutoring and supervising over 2000 students for the past eight years.
Introduction to financial environment and its various aspects with regard to international business and trade
Understand the role of the European Monetary system (EMS), Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) in the European Union and the Euromarkets in general
Understand the financial market integration by illustrating money and banking in the international market and international debt crisis
Understand banking and financial services as well as the securities market condition in the context of UK.