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  • Objectives
    The Masters degree in International Banking and Finance has been designed to develop an understanding of financial theory and analysis that is particularly relevant for those aspects of international banking. The globalisation of business and the integration of financial markets implies that banking is increasingly an international business. The course develops the concepts and skills that are required by financial managers and financial analysts operating in this environment. It also provides an understanding of contemporary financial problems and issues facing international business and banks.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements UK students are required to have a good honours degree (2.1 preferred) or equivalent (in economics, accounting, business studies, maths, statistics, or computing) or an equivalent professional qualification. Overseas students' qualifications will be judged on an equivalent basis. You must also be able to attend the introductory sessions at the end of September 2008.
  • Academic Title
    MSc International Banking and Finance
  • Course description
    Course Structure

    The taught component of the course will be covered in the first two semesters (October - May). Both of these semesters are sub-divided into two teaching blocks of six weeks duration.

    Each class consists of 18-24 hours of intensively taught lectures, plus typically 6-12 hours of tutorial time. Assessment varies from class to class, but typically consists of an assignment or class test during the semester and an examination at the end of that semester, i.e. in January and June respectively. The distribution of the classes across the four teaching blocks is given below. The research component of the course will take up the third (summer) semester. Details to follow.

    First Semester
    First Block

    -Finance I:
    Introduction to Financial Decision Taking
    -Accounting for Finance    
    -Computing for Finance and Financial Analysis (Excel)
    -Basic Statistics for Finance
    -Financial Markets, Financial Institutions and Banking

    Second Block
    -Finance II:
    Risk and Uncertainty    
    -Financial Statement Analysis    
    -Statistics for Finance
    -Computing for Finance and Statistical Analysis
    -International Finance and Banking

    January - First Semester Examinations

    Second Semester
    Third Block

    Finance III: Financing Decisions
    -International Banking and Capital Markets
    -Financial Management for Banks    

    Fourth Block
    -Finance IV: Advanced Applications    
    Risk Management and Banks
       
      ...plus three classes from the following Options:  (Optional classes are split between the two teaching blocks)
    -Management Accounting    
    -Security Analysis    
    -Public Sector Financing in Developing Countries    
    -Options and Futures    
    -Statistics and Econometrics    
    -Case Studies in Corporate Finance    
    -Portfolio Theory    
    -Treasury Management    
    -Money and Capital in Developing Countries    
    -Project Management    
    -Emerging Capital Markets    
    -January - First Semester Examinations

    Third Semester
    -June-September: Research Projects in Finance

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