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This course has been designed specifically to enhance knowledge of the banking and finance industry and improve your employability prospects.

You will learn about key challenges in the current global economic environment, consider issues from around the world, and analyse and evaluate problems to identify the best solutions to improve international banking and finance strategies and practice.

Banking continues to experience a number of problems requiring the development of new opportunities and you will find this course is relevant, innovative and challenging.

3 good reasons to study International Banking and Finance at Salford:

  • Equip yourself for a career in the rapidly expanding banking and finance industry
  • Take a Business Innovation Project to enhance your practical skills and experience
  • Develop expertise in Banking and Finance

Programme Outline

The scheme has been designed to meet the aims of the online MSc in a flexible manner and can be tailored to the individual preferences of each student. The MSc requires you to complete four courses plus a final dissertation. The programme consists of the following modules:

Introductory

Not-for-credit

Induction

This is the first module of the programme which gives an orientation to the course and the online learning style. It does not carry credits and students are encouraged to go through the material in this module at their own pace and get accustomed to the online medium.

Stage 1

120 credits, four taught modules

Core

  • International Financial Management
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Bank Management
  • Risk, Regulation and Compliance

Residential

Mandatory one-week residency held in Salford, United Kingdom, or Zürich, Swizterland.

Stage 2

60 credits, Individual dissertation

Dissertation Work

A conventional dissertation of 12,000 to 15,000 words, consisting of research question, aims and objectives, rationale for undertaking the study, literature review, research methodology, analysis of findings, conclusions and recommendations.


Visit the Online MSc International Banking and Finance page on the Robert Kennedy College website for more details!

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