Master in banking and finance: law and regulations of banking and financial systems
Language(s) of instruction: English
Length of study: 2 years, full time
Partner: Sorbonne Université Abu Dhabi
Course Location: Sorbonne Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Degrees awarded: Master in Banking and finance: Law and Regulations of Banking and Financial Systems (Sorbonne Abu Dhabi)
Entry Requirements: A bachelor in the relevant field of study
Language pre-requisites: Good level in English (TOEFL score of 550, 213 CBT, 79-80 iBT or an IELTS score of 6.0 valid for at least two years)
The Master in Banking and Finance: Law and Regulations of Banking and Financial Systems prepares students for global careers in Banking and Finance by highlighting a substantial range of wealth management issues and the core frameworks of the global economy and global institutions.
It introduces the students to the core frameworks of the global economy and global institutions which will improve their awareness about the theoretical models of economics, pricing securities, capital markets and treasury management at both microeconomic and macroeconomic levels, and the impact on policy issues.
The program content also includes banking regulations, monetary policies during the different phases of the business cycle. The course structure is designed to ensure that students will emerge as skilful thinkers and problem solvers with strong communication, negotiations and decision-making abilities. The combination of intensive learning and practical application will sharpen skills, boost performance and ensure students are well positioned for a rewarding career.
Supported by Université Paris Cité professors and external working professionals, this Master’s degree in Banking and Finance, allows students to gain access to faculty and professionals who have achieved worldwide acclaim. Beyond lectures and seminars, students can participate in workshops organised by industry professionals and prominent personalities from the finance departments of distinguished corporations.
Skills and competencies developed
- Specialize in economics: financial analysis and strategy, global management of companies, fiscal management
- Specialize in law: private international law, corporate law, environmental law, European business law and banking law
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