Taught course

Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation

Institution
University of Warwick · Warwick Business School
Qualifications
MScPGDipPGCert

Entry requirements

Academic record:

Candidates must possess previous relevant work experience within the banking and financial regulation sector.

Candidates must have an upper second class honours degree at undergraduate level from a UK university or the equivalent from an overseas university.
Applications are also welcomed from candidates who do not have the academic qualifications but possess demonstrable experience of working in banking and financial regulation at a level sufficient with the requirements of the course.r the Finance sector, be that commercial and retail banking, regulatory, advisory, or investment banking.
English Language:
All of our programmes are delivered in English so, if English is not your first language, you have not graduated from an English speaking university or worked in an English speaking environment for at least two years you must demonstrate a minimum overall standard in the following recognised tests of English. The certificate will be required as evidence.
  • IELTS (Academic): 7.0 - all four language components have to be scored 6.0+, with maximum of two components at lowest level 6.0 or 6.5
  • PTE: 70 - with 51+ in every section
  • CAE: Grade B – overall score 190 with 2 x 170 and 2 x 190
  • CPE: Grade B – overall score 190 with 2 x 170 and 2 x 190
  • TOEFL: 100 – minimum component scores: Listening 21, Reading 22, Writing 21, Speaking 23
References:
We require one professional reference from your line manager. Your referee should be able to comment on your banking acumen. We do not accept references from family members or friends.
Your file will be reviewed by the Selection Committee and once they have made a decision we will contact you. If you have been successful you will receive an offer letter and be required to complete the offer response form confirming your decision within 4 weeks.
Experience:
The course is primarily aimed at those currently working in the banking and financial regulation industries or the related professional services and your application will therefore be strengthened based on the length and level of previous relevant work experience.We are however, happy to consider applications from candidates with a less traditional background who demonstrate the drive and academic capability to succeed on the programme.

Months of entry

October

Course content

A part-time, online programme delivered in partnership with the Bank of England.

Built with finance industry professionals in mind this programme has been designed to introduce you to the latest evidence led and practice informed financial regulation and monetary policy.
This course would be valuable to those working in Central Banking or the Finance sector, be that commercial and retail banking, regulatory, advisory, or investment banking.
This programme consists of six modules (from a choice of seven) of equal weighting and a Research Methods and Dissertation module.
Upon successful completion of a single 20 credit module you will be awarded a Postgraduate Award.
From this you may wish to build up to a higher qualification level such as a Postgraduate Certificate (on completion of three 20 credit modules), a Postgraduate Diploma (on completion of six 20 credit modules) or a full MSc

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MSc
    flexible
    36 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
    part time
    36 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
  • PGDip
    part time
    24 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
    flexible
    24 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
  • PGCert
    part time
    12 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
    flexible
    12 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification
  • Further details of qualification

    This programme consists of six modules (from a choice of seven) of equal weighting and a Research Methods and Dissertation module. Upon successful completion of a single 20 credit module you will be awarded a Postgraduate Award. Typically one module will span a 17 week period, culminating in an assessment. As a guide you can expect to spend approximately 11 hours studying each week.

Course contact details

Name
Masters recruitment team
Email
onlinemasters-info@wbs.ac.uk