Study for a MBA with Banking and Finance degree
at a top-ranked university in the heart of London.
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Why study for an MBA with Banking and Finance at UWS London?
A world-class place to study
We’re ranked as one of the top 600 universities worldwide (The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020).
Learn from industry experts
Our teaching team has the insight and experience to prepare you for working life in the banking and finance industry.
Gain strong employment prospects
97% of our postgraduate students are in work or further study within 6 months of graduating (DHLE 2016/17).
Immerse yourself in a leading business centre
Live and study in London, one of the world’s premier financial hubs.
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What is an MBA with Banking and Finance all about?
This one-year full time programme will give you the executive training required to kickstart your banking and finance sector career. Our MBA in Banking and Finance produces high calibre graduates able to progress and thrive in a globally competitive business environment.
The course will equip you with the skills you need to move into key positions in the banking and finance sector. You’ll study a mix of theoretical and practical elements covering contemporary developments in the banking field and how to tackle practical managerial issues specific to the industry.
Where will this course take me?
MBA with Banking and Finance graduates can be found in some of the worlds’ leading financial institutions, in roles such as accounting managers, financial analysts, finance officers, loan officers, investment banking associates, investment bankers, chief financial officers and many more.
MBA graduates who specialise in banking usually work with government and private banks, mortgage companies, savings and loan unions and credit establishments.