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MSc in Wealth Management (FP)

Cass Business School at City, University of London

Developed by Cass Business School and the CII, the MSc in Wealth Management explores the individual and complex financial planning needs of the wealth management sector.

The course enables candidates to continue to acquire the technical skills and theoretical knowledge necessary for a successful career in this sector and is particularly suitable to those looking to either extend the scope of their current responsibilities or to make a career change into roles with private banks or investment providers.

Holders of the CII Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning (including passes in unit (AF5) Financial planning process and 3 other AF units *) who have completed in the last 6 years can apply for this part-time course.

Applicants are also expected to be in full-time employment throughout the duration of the course in order to be able to fully participate and contribute to course discussions.

Delivery Structure Duration Fees Intake
Classroom in London
  • 4 compulsory core units, including a research methods unit
  • 5 elective units
  • 10,000 word dissertation
  • 12-15 months
This part time course
typically involves a
Tuesday and Thursday
evening session each


The above fee applies to the 2017/18 academic year.


* It is also recommended that applicants hold passes in the following units, as these provide foundation knowledge that the course builds upon:

• (J10) Discretionary investment management

• (R01) Financial services, regulation and ethics.

For full details visit the Cass Business School website »