Finance with investment banking at Greenwich?

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Does anyone do this course at the university of Greenwich?
How is the modules regarding it, is there a need to be maths literate (or will those good at maths have an advantage over those whose maths skills are weaker)?
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I currently do this course and am in my first year at Greenwich. First year modules are mainly accounting modules and a module on Finance & Economics, the banking and more interesting modules (such as FinTech Fundementals or Foreign Exchange) are in the second and third year. You dont need to be the best at maths, just need to know how to use the calculator well tbh and remember a few formulas here and there. The main thing about first year is that a lot of people find the accounting modules boring but you can get through it.

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Does anyone do this course at the university of Greenwich?
How is the modules regarding it, is there a need to be maths literate (or will those good at maths have an advantage over those whose maths skills are weaker)?
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I currently do this course and am in my first year at Greenwich. First year modules are mainly accounting modules and a module on Finance & Economics, the banking and more interesting modules (such as FinTech Fundementals or Foreign Exchange) are in the second and third year. You dont need to be the best at maths, just need to know how to use the calculator well tbh and remember a few formulas here and there. The main thing about first year is that a lot of people find the accounting modules boring but you can get through it.

Hope this helps.
(Original post by iiDeedo)
Does anyone do this course at the university of Greenwich?
How is the modules regarding it, is there a need to be maths literate (or will those good at maths have an advantage over those whose maths skills are weaker)?
Hi iiDeedo,

Anonymous's advice is great, and I also wanted to let you know that Greenwich provides free drop in Mathematics and Statistics Help (MASH) sessions on all campuses, every week. You can find out more about these from our campus Student Centres or Libraries.

You can find out more information about Maths support here.

Hope that helps

Tara
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