We collaborate with leading financial services organisations to keep our modules cutting-edge and ensure that by making the decision to study the programme you have the confidence to apply this newly learned information in the industry.
Broaden and enhance your knowledge, understanding and skills in the area of domestic and international bank operations and risk management by learning from our diverse teaching team. They have a broad range of experience, ranging from academic to industry expertise in both the public and private sectors. We work with key industry partners when developing our programmes to ensure you are focusing on the most relevant areas within the field.
The Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment, the Financial Conduct Authority, the Bank of England and Bank for International Settlements all emphasize the need for efficient risk measurement and management procedures within banks. We have also worked closely with some major financial institutions to both validate the programme and place students in professional jobs, including Morgan Stanley and Royal Bank of Scotland.
Whether you are a graduate starting your career, or a practitioner working in the industry, this International Banking, Finance & Risk Management programme from Glasgow Caledonian University will further your knowledge and expertise in this dynamic international financial sector. Graduates from our programme have gained employed in the following roles: Risk Analyst at Morgan Stanley, Associate at PWC, Associate Investment Manager at Tilney Bestinvest Group, Foreign markets analyst at MHP S.A, Credit Assessment & Debt Recovery at Lafarge, Private Client Banking Executive at Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, AVP Financial Crime Compliance at HSBC among many others.
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