The University of Liverpool in London has been recognised as a ‘Centre of Excellence’ by the Chartered Banker Institute for the master’s programme in Banking and Finance.
The University of Liverpool in London at the heart of the city’s financial district offers innovative, professionally-focussed postgraduate teaching.
The MSc Banking and Finance is accredited by the Chartered Banker Institute and is designed to equip students with a thorough understanding of the complex and rapidly changing areas of banking and financial markets. This programme develops the expertise needed for a broad range of careers in the finance and banking sectors. Students who complete this accredited course will be eligible to apply for Chartered Banker Member status with the Institute and utilise the Chartered Banker designation. The Institute is the only body in the world authorised to confer the status of Chartered Banker and is internationally recognised with members from over 85 countries.
The Centre of Excellence status also recognises the University’s contribution to high quality research of interest to banking and wider financial services.
Michael Buckle, Programme Director for MSc Banking and Finance, said “We are pleased that the Chartered Banker Institute has recognised the high standard of our MSc Banking and Finance programme. Graduates of the programme will now have an industry recognised professional qualification to help distinguish them in a competitive market.”
Simon Thompson, Chief Executive of the Chartered Banker Institute said: “Our involvement in this MSc helps potential banking leaders of the future develop and maintain high standards of professional competence.”
Information about the programme, including how to apply for a place, is available here: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/london/programmes/finance-accounting-business-and-communication/msc-banking-and-finance/
For more information about the Chartered Banker Institute please visit: https://www.charteredbanker.com/
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