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Banking, Economics and Finance MSc

  • All East Midlands, EnglandAll East Midlands, England

Description

Drawing on faculty from across Cranfield School of Management, the programme is led by Cranfield’s Economics and Banking Group, which has been consistently ranked UK top 10 in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking for its teaching of economics in relation to our full-time MBA programme.

This course is accredited by the Charter Banker Institute. You can obtain the professional qualification of Associate Chartered Banker (subject to pass criteria).

You will also receive a digital badge awarded by the Principles for Responsible Banking Academy (PRBA), which has been established by the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) in collaboration with the Chartered Banker Institute and the Deutsche Gesellshaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).

Funding opportunities

Cranfield has a range of scholarships and bursaries available which contribute towards fees and/or living costs for graduates applying for our Full-time MBA, Executive MBA and master’s courses in business and management.

Careers

The Careers and Employability Service offers a comprehensive service to help you develop a set of career management skills that will remain with you throughout your career.

We expect that, following completion, you will be able to progress faster in your career, particularly within the financial sector industry. This course will improve your employability prospects by being interdisciplinary and internationally focused. Moreover, by working with senior professionals in the relevant areas of business, we will ensure that the course stays relevant to industry and prepares you with the right skills to address the latest challenges in banks, businesses, government organisations and consultancies.

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