Master of Banking and Finance Monash University

4.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Masters Degree
Melbourne
2.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Master of Banking and Finance is a comprehensive master's degree that will give you a thorough understanding of the banking and finance industry.

The course develops your expertise across key areas of contemporary banking, such as portfolio management, money markets, financial management, bank lending, and risk management.

By connecting research and practice, the Master of Banking and Finance enables you to develop a deep understanding of the core role of the global banking industry, and provides practical opportunities to apply your knowledge.

The course positions you for a successful career by developing your theoretical knowledge and strengthening your critical thinking, communication and market research skills.
Careers

Graduates typically find work in banks, insurance companies or other institutional settings, in both Australia an internationally.



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Average ratings for Master of Banking and Finance Monash University based on 1 review
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Teachers
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Time worthy
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Money Worthy
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Student Reviews

November 2017
Year completed 2018

I am currently enrolled on the Master of Banking and Finance. It is a good 2 year course in which one can start with no prior knowledge of finance and end up with a decent understating of financial markets, financial math, derivatives, securities and finance in general. In my case, as I did a bit of finance before I got the o...

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