Economics, International Banking & Finance - MSc

University of Glasgow    Adam Smith Business School

Full time September MSc 1 year full-time
Business & Management (5) Economics (10) Finance (14)

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Embark on a transformative academic journey with the MSc in Economics, International Banking & Finance at the prestigious Adam Smith Business School. This innovative programme offers a comprehensive blend of courses in economics, banking, and finance, equipping you with a profound understanding of financial markets and banking systems. Delve into core subjects like Econometrics, Monetary Policy, and Modern Theory of Banking, alongside optional modules including Behavioral Economics and Financial Services in Developing Countries. Benefit from expert tuition by industry specialists and gain access to cutting-edge resources like Bloomberg terminals and financial databases. Upon completion, you will possess the critical skills and quantitative acumen required to excel in the global financial landscape. To qualify, a 2:1 Honours degree in Economics or a related field is necessary. Elevate your career prospects and join a network of successful alumni in top firms like EY, HSBC, and KPMG. Seize this opportunity to enhance your expertise and thrive in the dynamic world of economics and finance.

About the course

This exciting new Masters programme combines the strengths of previous programmes into a single Masters, allowing students to benefit from a large portfolio of courses within economics, banking and finance. The programme focuses on the economic analysis of issues primarily related to financial economics, finance and international banking. 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.

Why this programme

Economics, International Banking & Finance aims to:

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Entry Requirements

2:1 Honours degree or non-UK equivalent in Economics or a related subject such as Finance, Accounting or Management. Your degree must contain at least 15% credit bearing modules in Economics or Finance at 2:1 level.

Only applications that meet or exceed our stated entry requirements will go forward for consideration.

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