Master of Business Administration in Banking
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economy. Financial systems and financial firm strategies are now involved in a fundamental, far
Banking services represent a highly competitive and rapidly changing sector in every modern
reaching process of realignment and change. The strategic priority of banks and other financial
institutions has shifted away from growth and size alone towards a greater emphasis on
profitability, performance and shareholder value creation.
The primary objectives of the program are as follows:
- To provide access to a broad base of knowledge in core managerial skills
- To give participants a holistic approach to problems and their solutions
- To introduce the key aspects of international banking operations
- To familiarize students with the recent developments in the banking industry
- To provide a total organizational viewpoint on the management of a banking corporation
3 year graduation or equivalent
2 years (4 semesters)
The growing economic importance of financial sectors has also re-emphasized that bankers, funds managers,
multinational companies, securities firms, regulators and financial advisors, must have a clear understanding of
the theory and practice relating to banking and finance.
An MBA in Banking provides a coherent analytical framework to develop the required skills needed to manage
finance, people and information and to learn how these skills can be applied in banking and elsewhere in the
financial sector. This degree will equip students with the managerial knowledge and skills to respond
successfully to the rapid changes in technology, customer requirements and regulations in order to make smart
decisions about operations and strategies that affect decision making in the global banking industry.