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International Banking, Risk and Regulation MSc

International Banking, Risk and Regulation MSc

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Full time


12 months

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Qualification type

MSc - Master of Science

Subject areas

International Banking

Course type


Course Summary

International Banking, Risk and Regulation MSc: This option introduces a focus on financial risk and regulation. Chartered Banker status will be achieved upon successful completion of this degree pathway.

Degrees in Banking/Finance accredited by the Chartered Banker Institute, ensuring quality, industry relevance and enhancing your career prospects. Explore the role of banks and finance in the modern global economy. You will study the theory and practice of international banking and financial markets, and their behaviour. You'll apply theory to real-world problems and examples.

You will learn about the theoretical concepts and basic skills required to estimate and interpret economic models and you will be able to understand and analyse activity as well as anticipate future developments. You will study the diverse international banking systems, money, investments, and regulations which have become increasingly important in recent years. We offer options to focus on key banking areas including investment management and risk/regulation.


In the School of Business, we have a dedicated team of careers and employability support professionals who are available to you. As a student, you will have access to an extensive range of services aimed at helping you prepare for your career. We offer a wide range of services to our students and those that take full advantage of them are the ones that ultimately succeed when searching for job opportunities.


This module is designed to introduce students to the structure and functioning of the banking and financial services industry. In particular, the module will examine the key and emergent issues in banking, including the role of central banks and regulation, and the risks that banks face. The module will also introduce students to different banking systems across the globe.

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Entry requirements

Equivalent of a UK 2:2 degree in any subject which has enabled the applicant to develop analytical and quantitative skills. If you are concerned that your qualifications do not meet our normal expectation you may apply, but you should include a short personal statement concerning your general interest in your own education, work experience and prior relevant learning. Places are limited and early application is advised even for well-qualified candidates.