Rushmore Business School
The MSc in Banking Practice and Management is a unique, specialised postgraduate qualification for aspiring senior managers in the financial services sector. Designed in collaboration with key industry players, the MSc provides in-depth coverage of all topics essential for a successful leadership career in today’s fast-moving and competitive global banking arena.
The MSc provides direct entry to the prestigious Chartered Fellowship of the institute of Financial Services, the professional body of the The London Institute of Banking & Finance. To be awarded Chartered Fellowship (CFIFS) status, it is necessary to hold a minimum of three years relevant professional experience, in addition to the Masters qualification.
It is expected that the successful completion of this course will :
|1||Bank Risk Management and Regulation|
|1||Bank Strategy and Competition|
|2||Financial and Bank Accounting|
|3||Banking and the Economic Environment|
|OPTION MODULES (SELECT 2)|
|1||Capital Markets and Bank Asset-Liability Management|
|2||Commercial and Business Banking|
|3||Leadership in Banking|
|4||Marketing and Distribution of Financial Services|
Normally a 2.1 Honors degree (or equivalent) in a banking, economics or finance-related discipline from a recognised institution
Candidates holding The London Institute of Banking & Finance Associateship (or ACIB) / BSc, or a comparably challenging relevant undergraduate qualification, are encouraged to apply even if they do not meet this criterion.
Demonstration of relevant professional experience. Applicants should either be currently working in, or have experience of working in, the financial services sector.
Applicants for whom English is not their first language would be expected to demonstrate their competence through achieving an IELTS score of 7.0 or above with no element below 6.5 (or equivalent).
The London Institute of Banking & Finance