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Master of Business Administration (MBA) with Banking & Finance

Master of Business Administration (MBA) with Banking & Finance

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Full time


1 year

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Key information

Qualification type

MBA - Master of Business Administration

Subject areas

MBA Banking

Course type


Course Summary


This one-year full time programme will give you the executive training required to kickstart you’re banking and finance sector career. Our MBA in Banking and Finance produces high calibre graduates able to progress and thrive in a globally competitive business environment.

An MBA with Banking and Finance will equip you with the skills you need to move into key positions in the banking and finance sector. You’ll study a mix of theoretical and practical elements covering contemporary developments in the banking and finance field and how to tackle practical managerial issues specific to the industry. As well as gaining knowledge, you’ll also develop the personal capabilities required to succeed in this challenging and highly rewarding field.

Why Study MBA with Banking and Finance?

A specialist MBA with Banking and Finance will develop your personal capabilities, skills, and knowledge to prepare you for an advanced career in banking. You’ll study the workings of banks, investment firms and other financial institutions, learning to apply strategic thinking to real-world scenarios.

An MBA equips graduates with a 360-degree view of the banking and finance industry. This level of insight is highly valuable to firms looking to recruit leaders with a deep understanding of the business.

MBA graduates have proven management expertise, so will tend to enter institutions at a higher level, on higher salaries and with greater responsibility.


This qualification opens the door to a range of positions in the banking and financial services sector, giving you the knowledge and skills to enter the industry at a higher level.

MBA with Banking and Finance graduates can be found in some of the worlds’ leading financial institutions, in roles such as accounting managers, financial analysts, finance officers, loan officers, investment banking associates, investment bankers, chief financial officers and many more.

MBA graduates who specialise in banking usually work with government and private banks, mortgage companies, savings and loan unions and credit establishments.

The banking and finance sector continually attracts some of the brightest graduates thanks to its dynamic pace, development opportunities and great pay and benefits. This industry provides reliable, interesting career paths and global opportunities.


Professional management skills
Business strategy
Financial systems
Risk management
Strategic marketing
Banking and finance theory

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Entry requirements

You should hold an honours degree or equivalent (minimum 2:2 classification) or a bachelor’s degree with significant and relevant work experience. You will normally be expected to have at least one of the following: a degree awarded by an appropriate institution, a postgraduate award (passed at an appropriate level), an appropriate professional qualification such as those from ACCA or CIMA, passed a Pre Master’s programme at relevant level, relevant work or professional experience.