MBA in Banking and Finance

This professionally accredited program combines academic rigor with practical financial skills to meet the needs of demanding careers in banking and finance. It will also equip you with essential research, analytical and critical thinking skills.

You will be introduced to a broad range of economic subjects including banking, financial intermediation, asset and liability management, financial decision making, financial markets and institutions, and accounting. This wide range of topics will give an in-depth understanding of the way that organization and financial systems work.

You will also learn to apply microeconomic and macroeconomic theory in financial contexts, for example, the appraisal of competing investment opportunities - how to choose between investments which offer the same financial returns - and how government policy influences the financial sector. Throughout the course, you are assessed by a variety of methods, which include written examinations, coursework and individual or group projects and presentations.

Entry Requirement

An aggregate of 50% in bachelor's degree in any discipline or equivalent (10+2+3) without any backlogs are eligible to apply for postgraduate programs. Students with a composite score of 500 in GMAT / MAT or with minimum 70 percentage in CAT / XAT / CMAT may also apply.

MBA in Banking and Finance will prepare you for a career in the private sector, including banking and finance, and in central banking and regulatory agencies. The time spent here at the B-school will also equip you with the research techniques that are vital to postgraduate study

In the final year, you have the opportunity to put your knowledge into practice by completing an in-depth, independent research project or dissertation. This will give the chance to further develop vital employability skills in areas of research, time management, and critical thinking.

Some of the career prospects for Banking and Finance graduates are as follows: