This programme is for continuing students who registered before July 2012. Students who registered after July 2012 please click here.
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.
Successful completion of this Masters programme provides a sound foundation for a career progression in banking and the financial sector.
For more information on career prospects for graduates, please visit our Careers page.
This programme takes a minimum of two years to complete. Each module lasts eight weeks. You are registered for a maximum of five years.
You will study five compulsory modules (the first five modules listed below) and one elective module (chosen from the last three modules listed).
- Bank Financial Management
- Corporate Finance
- Financial Law
- Law and Regulation of Electronic Finance and Internet Banking
- Risk Management: Principles and Applications
- Banking and Capital Markets
- Bank Regulation and Resolution of Banking Crises
- Introduction to Valuation
- Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets
To make an application, or to find out more about fees and our admissions procedure, please visit our Apply page.