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Edinburgh is a leading international centre for business and finance. It’s also a beautiful, inspirational city. And, here in the University of Edinburgh Business School, you have a School that is right at the heart of the city, at the heart of business.
As one of the leading business schools in Europe, at one of the world’s leading universities, we have achieved an enviably high quality of teaching and research, as well as a natural connection to business. What really sets us apart, however, is a willingness to look beyond accepted business thinking, to create debate and spark new ideas.
With the current state of the world’s financial markets it is imperative that students equip themselves with the knowledge and skills that are in demand not just today but into the future. We believe our portfolio of Masters are at the forefront of the latest ideas and techniques that will assist the business world to emerge stronger and more resilient.
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The aim of the MSc in Banking and Risk is to give students the knowledge, understanding and key skills that will enable them to be effective managers in financial institutions, especially banks, in any country in the world. Read more
Given the ever-increasing volume of data that businesses have access to today, there is a demand for employees who have computational and analytical skills and who can help inform business decisions to increase efficiency and ultimately build a competitive edge. Read more
The aim of the MSc in Human Resource Management (HRM) is to give you the knowledge, understanding and key skills that are required by today’s HR professionals and to enable you to effectively contribute to dynamic organisations. Read more
Managing human resources is a key area of business and management. Globalisation and the changing economic, demographic and political landscape means that what constitutes effective HRM and how it may best be practised is constantly evolving and increasingly requires an international orientation. Read more