Hull University Business School

MSc Money, Banking and Finance

What will I learn?

The global financial crisis which hit the world economy in 2008 brought into sharp relief the importance of corporate and international finance, especially the banking sector, to the functioning of economies and markets around the globe.

To help you make a positive impact in this critical area, the MSc in Money, Banking and Finance delivers an understanding of how these sectors work and why they matter – providing you with invaluable training for a career in money, banking or finance.

Who is it suitable for?

This MSc is designed for graduates from any discipline with a strong interest in the foundations of money, banking and finance who wish to acquire analytical skills necessary to pursue a career in the financial sector. It also caters for those who seek a general career in business or public service, but who want to know more about how the finance sector operates and how it assists business and government.

The programme has a quantitative element to help you develop the skills necessary to thrive in this competitive field. To make the most of the programme you should have a foundation of mathematical and quantitative skills as a basis on which to build on the advanced knowledge that the programme delivers.


You will study

  • Financial Markets
  • Economics for Business
  • Risk Management
  • Money and Banking
  • Econometrics for Finance
  • International Finance and Investments
  • Professional Skills and Ethics
  • Research Methods
  • choose from either Monetary Policy or Real Estate Investment
  • dissertation or project


Hull University Business School provides a range of facilities to support its teaching and learning and research activities. The School has subscription for the following resources that are accessible by students and staff:

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