Entry requirements

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Months of entry


Course content

MSc Money and Banking is an excellent opportunity for students who wish to pursue a career requiring a sophisticated understanding of the macro-economy and state-of-the-art analytical skills, such as in global industry, banking and finance, or government organisations.

The world of business is becoming ever more connected. Firms are looking for people who are able to leverage the interconnected nature of banking, finance, and the macroeconomy to help them manage risk and uncertainty.

MSc Money and Banking provides you with the crucial knowledge to understand current debates in monetary, fiscal, and macroprudential policymaking.

With a strong emphasis on technical skills, the programme teaches you how to model economic issues, conduct rigorous empirical analyses, and discuss their work with diverse audiences to generate meaningful insight.

The modules in this programme cover a wide range of fields within macroeconomics and finance, allowing you to study many of the current issues facing the world economy, including Brexit and rising trade barriers, regulations of finance and banking, and the economics of cryptocurrency.

An important feature of our programme is that the modules are taught by world-class researchers who publish in leading academic journals on the very topics they teach. Many of our faculty maintain close relationships with businesses, governments, and non-profit organisations, connecting their research to real-world impact.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    full time
    12 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

Postgraduate Recrutiment