Students of the Master’s will choose a study pathway that suits their own educational and professional aspirations, acquiring specialist knowledge in an area of financial services of particular interest to them. Study pathways include areas such as:
- Financial crime prevention
- Governance, risk and compliance (GRC);
- Management within financial services;
- Wealth management;
- Trust and company management
The research-based Master’s, which will next commence in October 2017, is studied part-time over 2 years, allowing students to fit their study and research around work and home commitments. The programme is awarded by the University of Buckingham, one of the leading universities in the United Kingdom.
Students will have unlimited access to the Business School’s range of CPD seminars and events during the course of the Master’s, which will allow them to undertake their mandatory CPD whilst they develop their body of work.
In addition, the University Centre will host regular Academic Dinners for Master’s students. These will comprise seminars on financial services, delivered by leading academic authorities and practitioners, followed by dinner. The Dinners will support learning and subject matter research in order to further develop understanding.
Interested students should already hold a first degree, or have a relevant professional qualification with a minimum of three years’ work experience. Tuition fees for the two-year programme are £10,950.
The University Centre is holding a Master’s Open Evening on Tuesday 28 February, from 17:30 to 18:30. For more information on the Master’s programme and to register for the Master’s Open Evening, visit www.studyinjersey.co.uk/masters