Financial Services Management looks at the different branches of banking: Insurance, Financial Advice, Investment. Students learn about mortgages, loans, insurance, pensions, investments and the stock market. Financial systems and regulations imposed by different countries are illustrated, analysed and compared.
Core aims: Through combining theoretical perspectives with case studies from practice, the programme aims to allow students to develop a critical and contextualised understanding of the issues, problems and solutions faced by and offered to financial services institutions worldwide. Students will learn to understand the function of financial services within a wider economic context.
In addition to the base IBA modules, the programme focuses on various industry-specific areas such as pensions and investment, the legal environment of financial services, financial tax regulations, mortgages and real estate. Also the fundamentals of the banking world and international finance are studied.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma or final certificate, equivalent to the Netherlands HAVO or MBO level-4 diploma / UK AS & A-Level or BTEC.
International students who do not live in the European Union (EU) must apply 6-8 weeks before the entry date of choice. Students living in the EU must apply 2-4 weeks before the entry date of choice. EU students can pay a tuition fee in monthly instalments, and they can take a study loan from the Dutch government.
Entry Dates for All Programmes:
12 February 2024
1 April 2024
20 May 2024
28 August 2024
14 October 2024
2 December 2024
- 3 years
- 4 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning