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Masters degrees in Banking offer advanced study of the banking industry, training postgraduates in the services provided by high street banks, investment banks and related organisations. Some programmes may also examine the working of pension funds, venture capital groups or other organisations which manage large sums of money.
Related postgraduate subjects include Investment and Insurance. Entry requirements normally include an undergraduate degree in a relevant subject such as Finance.
The banking sector exists to provide common financial services to consumers and - ideally - to support stable economic growth and financial stability across society. Courses in this field therefore equip you with the skills to manage monetary movements across a range of industries, sectors and regional areas.
Training covers investigation of concepts surrounding monetary economics, policy and risk management. This includes building your understanding of money markets through a combination of market research, monetary analysis and financial management.
Specifically, this may involve activities such as financial forecasting and exchange rates, bank lending and portfolio management. You may opt to specialise your studies towards areas such as central banking or international banking.
Alongside banking, careers can include roles in insurance, loans or credit companies, as well as management for departments of large institutions such as universities, or international corporations.
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Gain specialist insight with the Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation MSc. A part-time, online programme delivered in partnership with the Bank of England that enables industry professionals to develop their career in central banking or financial regulation. Read more
This programme focuses on the economic analysis of financial and banking issues. It is aimed at students interested in financial markets and banking systems, and those who already work in financial and banking institutions, as well as government organisations more broadly. Read more
This International Banking and Finance course combines the study of different banking systems and international markets, recognising the globalised and dynamic modern banking industry. Read more
Applied Economics (Banking and Financial Markets), Online MSc From political uncertainty to finance and recruitment demands, economics is integral to everyday decision-making. Read more
This course will allow you to gain analytical skills in international financial markets and institutions, conceptual and theoretical groundings in current concepts, and techniques in bank financial management, portfolio management, financial econometrics, business analytics and associated areas. Read more
This major covers a diverse range of areas in the finance industry, from the financial organization, operation and challenges of the economy at large to issues of financial management in firms and financial institutions. Read more
This major covers a diverse range of areas in the finance industry, from the financial organisation, operation and challenges of the economy at large to issues of financial management in firms and financial institutions. Read more
The MBA is a one-year, full-time or two-year, part-time program (90 ECTS) that deepens your knowledge and understanding of business to help you develop management and leadership skills. Read more
The EMLV Business School provides all the De Vinci students (managers, engineers and designers) with initial training in business based on instruction fostering hybridation, multiculturalism and cross-disciplinary research. Read more