Please note: This structure is only available to students registered on the MBA in Banking with effect from 1 June 2012 or earlier. The final examinations for this structure will be held in 2017.
Banking sector professionals need to have a wide range of skills and knowledge to equip them to meet the constantly changing challenges facing the modern financial sector. The MBA in Banking is especially valuable for people holding a professional qualification (including a qualification in accounting, finance, or related professions) who are employed in banks or other financial firms. The MBA Banking equips you to manage and advise on banking, and develop a number of bank functions. The subjects it covers include bank financial management, financial law, corporate finance, legal aspects of electronic banking, and a range of special subjects.
Modules and programme structure
You will study five compulsory modules (the first five modules listed below) and one elective module (chosen from the last three modules listed).
This programme takes a minimum of two years to complete. Each module lasts eight weeks. You are registered for a maximum of five years.
- Bank Financial ManagementC322
- Corporate FinanceC321
- Financial LawC340
- Law and Regulation of Electronic Finance and Internet BankingC345
- Risk Management: Principles and ApplicationsC323