Financial Management

Diploma in Financial Management

Partner Institution:

Institute of Professional Financial Managers (England)


Higher National Diploma


1 year

About Financial Management Course:

Financial Management is a dynamic and essential course that equips students with the knowledge and skills to make sound financial decisions in the business world. This course focuses on optimizing the allocation of resources and maximizing the value of an organization through effective financial planning, analysis, and control.

Throughout the curriculum, students explore the principles of financial management, including capital budgeting, capital structure, and working capital management. They learn to evaluate investment opportunities, assess risk, and make informed decisions on allocating financial resources to achieve long-term profitability and growth.

Financial Management delves into the techniques of financial analysis, enabling students to interpret financial statements, assess financial performance, and measure a company’s liquidity, profitability, and solvency. These analytical skills are vital for understanding the financial health of a business and formulating strategies for improved performance.

The course also introduces students to financial markets and instruments, as well as the concepts of time value of money and cost of capital. They explore topics such as dividend policies, mergers, acquisitions, and corporate restructuring, gaining insights into corporate finance and financial strategy.

Moreover, students examine the role of financial management in the context of risk management and financial decision-making under uncertainty. They learn to use various financial tools and models to mitigate risk, manage cash flow, and optimize financial performance.

By engaging in real-world case studies and practical simulations, students develop problem-solving abilities and critical thinking skills, preparing them to handle complex financial challenges in diverse business environments. The course emphasizes ethical considerations in financial decision-making, fostering a sense of corporate responsibility and integrity.

As students complete the financial management course, they emerge as competent financial professionals capable of making informed financial decisions, contributing to the achievement of organizational goals, and creating long-term value for stakeholders. Their expertise in financial management positions them for rewarding careers in finance, investment banking, consulting, and corporate management, where they play a crucial role in driving financial success and sustainable growth.

Lecture Guide:

  • Introduction
  • External Financial Reporting
  • Assessment of Company Performance
  • Planning and Control
  • Budgetary Process Level
  • Investment Appraisal, Decision Making for The Longer Term.
    • Introduction
    • Ranking Of Projects/Double-Zero Problem
  • Pricing
  • Performance Measurement and Transfer Pricing in Divisionalized Organization
  • Financial Analysis
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