With insights from Alex Brazier, Mark Cornelius, Elsie Addo Awadzi and Perry Warjiyo, the first season of the Thought Leadership series from Warwick Business School, in partnership with the Bank of England, brings the latest in best practice and research to the wider banking community.
Through a mixture of short-form and longer films, the series aims to help create a constituency for good financial regulation. Covering topics such as macroprudential policy, managing the financial risks posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, FinTech, the opportunities and threats of international banks in developing economies, and Islamic banking.
These insights and their real-life practical application help support the teaching on the part-time, online Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation qualification from Warwick Business School, in partnership with the Bank of England.
Discover the Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation qualification
Designed for professionals working in the banking and financial sectors who require a level of flexibility in order to develop their career alongside other commitments, the Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation programme looks at monetary policy, financial stability and informed regulation. Beyond this, it can aid banking professionals in understanding and applying current learning on topics such as quantitative easing, big data, FinTech, and comparative central banking.
On the programme, you will develop your knowledge of the latest evidence-led and practice informed financial regulation and monetary policy through the use of theory and practical discussion of real-world cases.
Develop your knowledge and your career
By studying online around your work commitments, you will take your new knowledge and skills and immediately implement them into your workplace and on your CV.
Because of its modular nature, you may choose to begin your studies in either October, February or June each year and choose to study a single module, granting a Postgraduate Award from the University of Warwick upon successful completion. Individual modules are ideal if you are looking to develop your knowledge in a single area and evidence your professional development, or you may wish to study a full Masters’ degree over two-to-three years.
- Taught online
- Ability to pick individual modules
- Taught in partnership with the Bank of England.
To find out more about the programme including the structured content, faculty and funding options please download the brochure .
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