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Starting 14 April 2021

A Postgraduate Certificate course in Mergers & Acquisitions

In partnership with Middlesex University

TAILOR THIS COURSE FOR YOUR TEAM

We can customise it to meet your specific training requirements. Contact Jeff Hearn or call +44 (0)20 7017 7193.

The Mechanics of Mergers & Acquisitions


Core modules
Core modules

Unit 1 – Fundamentals of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) 

Unit 2 – Valuation 

Unit 3 – Synergy and control benefits 

Unit 4 – Due diligence 

Unit 5 – Financing 

Unit 6 – Private equity M&A 

Unit 7 – Integration and building value 

Unit 8 – Negotiation

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What you’ll learn
What you’ll learn
  • Why most mergers fail to create value for the acquirer 
  • What action can be taken to avoid failure
  • The different types of synergies and control benefits arising from a proposed acquisition and how to evaluate/value them
  • How to value the importance of good execution, negotiation and implementation skills in achieving merger and acquisition success 
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How you’ll learn
How you’ll learn
  • A new module is released every two weeks
  • Read the units online, save them to your computer or print them out
  • Study at your own pace
  • Efficient and cost effective - no need to travel or take time off work
  • Apply new skills and expertise to your work straight away
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Postgraduate certificate option
Postgraduate certificate option

You have the option to receive a postgraduate certificate validated by Middlesex University Business School.

You will need to submit an additional marked assignment of 5000 words, based on a continuing case study that runs throughout the duration of the course.

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