The Master's Degree in Banking and Financial Regulation seeks to equip students with advanced knowledge of the new environment in which the banking industry finds itself immersed. To this end, it combines the traditionally essential banking subjects (risk management, finance and the economic environment) with a more advanced vision of subjects that have proven to be critical (financial and accounting regulation, ethics and corporate social responsibility).
From Monday to Friday, 16:00 to 21:00.
CLASSES WILL START ON SEPTEMBER THE 20TH
The curriculum for the Master's Degree in Banking and Financial Regulation is made up of an 8-month period of study and an internship period. At the end of the master's degree program, students must present a Master's Thesis Project.
During the period of study, theory sessions will be complemented by the use of the case method applied to the banking industry and an analysis of real situations using information taken from the financial and banking system. In addition to the sessions, seminars, conferences and roundtable discussions are held on current issues linked to the banking industry.
- Econometrics for Banking
- Advanced Banking Accountancy
- Corporate Finance and Risk Management
- SAS Programming
- Economic Environment
- Financial Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
- Financial Regulation
- Banking business and systems of information management in banking
- Professional internship
- Final project
The program is aimed primarily at graduate students in the areas of Mathematics, Physics, Economics, Business, Engineering or equivalent qualifications, interested in developing your career in any of the profiles.
Rolling admissions: interested students will receive the decision within one month following completion of their order.
The admission criteria are based on academic record, level of English and prior professional experience.
The economic, financial and regulatory environment in which the banking sector operates has undergone a profound transformation globally.
The Master prepares students as professionals who will develop their career in the following areas:
Banks and Financial Institutions:
- Financial regulation
- Regulatory Reporting
- Financial Management
- Regulatory Intelligence
- Basel III and Basel IV
Regulatory and supervisory agencies (ECB, EBA, National Banks)
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Last updated October 31, 2018