Masters | Postgraduate Course - International Banking and Finance MSc Course Details within University of South Wales

University of South Wales
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Course Fees
August 2018 - July 2019 Fees : Full-time UK and EU: £6000 Please note the full-time UK and EU fee is £9000, however USW is offering a full-time UK and EU bursary of £3000 which means students pay £6000 Full-time International: £13000 Part-time UK and EU: TBC
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International Banking and Finance MSc

Study Details

MSc 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time

 The MSc International Banking and Finance course will help you enhance your knowledge and competence in a fast-developing area of the commercial world and equip you with rigorous analytical and technical skills required by professionals working in the international banking sector. You will acquire a critical understanding and practical application of many aspects of international banking, financial markets, risk management and corporate finance.
This International Banking and Finance degree allows you to explore your interests in your own country’s financial and banking system through taught modules and a research-led dissertation. You will be taught by an expert teaching team with international experience and knowledge of recent developments in the banking sector. Students also benefit from a number of noted guest speakers from major global financial players based in South Wales and beyond.

Module details

The MSc International Banking and Finance course is delivered by lecturers from diverse backgrounds and who undertake a range of research and consultancy activities. This ensures an appropriate blend of academic and practical perspectives.

Students will take the following core modules:

  • International Banking and Finance
  • Research Methods for Accounting and Finance
  • Corporate Finance
  • Economies, Markets and Decision-Making in International Context
  • Dissertation in an area of Accounting and Finance

They will have the option of studying a further 40 credits from the following modules:

  • Foreign Direct Investment and Development
  • Quantitative Methods for Financial Markets
  • Islamic Banking and Finance
  • Innovation and Change Management
  • Comparative Study of Financial Systems
  • Risk Management in Banking and Finance

Entry Requirements

A minimum 2:2 Honours degree or an equivalent international qualification may also be acceptable.