This program is typically delivered over a single year at full time. It can also be taken at part time over up to two years around work, family or other commitments.
Though this is presented as an MSc program, there are three levels of certification you can be awarded. If you complete at least two 30 credit modules (listed below) you can exit with a Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert) in Banking and Finance. If you complete those as well as the 4 15-credit modules listed, you’ll qualify for a Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) in Banking and Finance. Finally, if you complete the dissertation requirement as well, you can exit with the full MSc.
Note that it is possible to change your intended exit point at any time throughout the program.
PgCert Modules Include:
- Financial Econometrics
- Banking and Financial Institutions
PgDip Modules Include:
- Applied Corporate Finance
- International Financial Markets
- International Financial Regulation
- International Risk Management
The final MSc module is: