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MSc International Banking & Financial Studies


Course Description

Summary

This programme offers a rigorous training in the theory and practice of international banking and finance and familiarity with key concepts and techniques in international banking. This includes an understanding of the fragility and pitfalls of international banking and its role in supporting the economy. The programme has an international focus and will hone your skills in the practical application of financial techniques in a real-world setting.

Modules

Corporate Finance 1 and 2; Financial Risk Management; International Banking Derivative Securities Analysis; Fixed Income Securities Analysis; International Financial Policy; Introduction to Portfolio Management and Exchange traded derivatives; Quantitative Research in Finance; Stock Market Analysis.

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Entry Requirements

Minimum upper second-class degree from a UK university, or equivalent overseas/professional qualification; applications assessed on individual merit.

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