Executive Master in Responsible Banking
The Executive Master in Responsible Banking is a one-year Programme designed for bankers and future financial service providers who wish to sustainably change the banking industry. Organized by three major international players in the banking and academic sectors it delivers two specializations, one in retail banking, the other in corporate banking. Each chapter is analyzed from a responsible management perspective emphasising the bank's economic role and its impact on social welfare and the environment.
The Executive Master's Online modular set up is enriched with local study visits to banks and academies in order to illustrate the content and facilitate professional exchanges. Coaching sessions are planned to reinforce the Executive master's course insights. Programme accreditation ensures the highest quality of instruction.
Executive MASTER in Responsible Banking
Foundations in Responsible Banking, with specialization in Responsible Retail or Corporate Banking
Executive MASTER in Responsible Global Banking
Foundations in Responsible Banking and Finance, with specializations in both Responsible Retail and Corporate Banking
The Programme was created in partnership with:
- The World Savings Banks Institute and the European Savings Banks Group (WSBI-ESBG), leading providers of training and consultancy services to the banking sector in emerging and transitioning economies since the early 1990s.
- The Instituto de Estudios Bursatiles (IEB), which is affiliated with the Universidad Complutense, sponsored by the Madrid Stock Exchange, and the current leader in financial training in Spain and Latin America, counting among its clients the main Spanish and Latin American financial institutions (banks, saving banks, pension fund managers, stockbrokers, etc.)
And in association with:
- LSE Executive Education, the global leader in the study of economics, law and European studies, demonstrated by its 16 Nobel Prize winners and 34 past or present world leaders who have studied or taught at L.S.E
Duration Executive Master in Responsible Banking
It starts in March each year and lasts 12 months.
The Master is accessible to students with a four-year university degree.
The number of hours is as follows: One specialization in Retail or Corporate: 540 lecture hours.
Both specializations: 640 lecture hours.
Student's weekly study is estimated to be around 12-14 hours a week depending on the module.
Costs, Financing and Grants
Matriculation fee includes all the documentation, access to online study materials (readings, video streaming, exercises), all online assessments (exams, tests, case studies, final paperwork), copies of course materials, online tutorials, discussion groups and support.
Students requiring special financing conditions may apply through the financial institutions with which the IEB has agreements.
Scholarships and study grants are available and interested parties will be informed at the appropriate time