The MSc in Banking and International Finance is designed to equip you for a very wide range of careers in banks, investment banks, securities firms, portfolio managers, finance departments of industrial and service companies, consultants, central banks, auditors, multinational financial organisations, etc.
Such organisations have a continuous demand for postgraduate-level executives. Consequently, this MSc is popular with high-calibre individuals driven by a desire to work in activities such as: traditional lending, securitisation, credit derivatives, bridge financing, asset management, trading foreign exchange and securities, derivatives and structured products, mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, securities custody, retail services, etc.
On a typical intake of around 80 students a year, a minimum of 35 nationalities will normally be represented. The international dimension of the course is further developed through the backgrounds of the permanent and visiting academic faculty. The international learning experience adds to range and depth to the student experience, while generating worldwide networking opportunities after graduation. The average age of students on the MSc in Banking and International Finance course is 25.
There is a continuous demand for capable postgraduate level executives in the world of finance.
Graduates from the MSc in Banking & International Finance move into a diverse range of careers in the financial sector: investment banking, securities sales and trading, foreign exchange, hedge funds, private banking, credit products, financial and credit risk management and consultancy.