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Cass MSc international electives open a new world of business

MSc electives take students across the globe

Studying for an MSc at Cass opens a world of opportunities for students that extends far beyond our location at the crossroads of London's financial centre and Tech City

With a range of international electives to choose from, MSc students have the chance to gain valuable exposure to international business perspectives.

Cass MSc International Elective: Madrid

The Project Finance and Infrastructure Investment elective is taught at ESCP Europe's campus in Madrid.

Taught as an intensive block over a weekend in the vibrant Spanish capital, the focus is on reviewing relevant theory and discussing case studies.

The teaching is interactive and fosters a new approach to the fast changing dynamics around project and infrastructure finance.

Cass MSc International Elective: Buenos Aires

Where better to experience the challenges facing start-ups than one of Latin America's fastest growing entrepreneur economies?

The highly practical Start-ups: International Field Trip elective takes students to Buenos Aires in Argentina for a five day fact-finding trip.

Students gain real hands-on experience by working with organisations to create practical business recommendations.

Cass MSc International Elective: Mannheim

The historic campus of Germany's leading business school is the setting for this international elective, where students get the opportunity to gain insight into the German economy.

In 2014 Cass students studied a Procurement elective in Mannheim. Planning is currently underway for the 2015 offering and will be announced on online shortly.

Cass also runs a popular Monetary Policy elective taught in Singapore in partnership with Singapore Management University and in 2015 the School plans to offer MSc students an Investment Strategy elective taught in New York City.

Choice of international electives is dependent on which MSc course is being studied.

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