You will take a total of eight units, each affording 15 academic credits. Six of these are ‘core unite’, compulsory to all students seeking a Banking, Regulation and Financial Stability degree, but the remaining 2 are elective units which can be selected with your individual interests and intended field of specialty in mind.
In addition to the taught units, you will be required to present an in-depth project-based dissertation. Your dissertation’s topic will be chosen by you, with the guidance of the department. This topic should be selected from a setting that matches your interests and intended career path.
This will be an excellent chance for you to showcase both your transferrable skills and specialist expertise to any future employers.