- The programme combines class work and a research project in a curriculum that will be delivered over a period of approximately one year.
- The delivery will be in four modules. Each module will be approximately of ten weeks’ duration.
- Participants’ learning in each course will be tested by a combination of exams and assignments. The research project will be evaluated by a committee comprising of a faculty advisor and at least two committee members.
- Successful completion would require participants to obtain grades in line with AIT’s policies and procedures.
Credit Structure and Module-wise Courses
|Module 1||June - August|
|Financial Statement and Analysis|
|Financial Regulation & Supervision|
|Module 2||August - October|
|Strategic Management and Leadership|
|Module 3||October - January|
|Information Management and Knowledge Management|
|Module 4||February - May|
|Growth and Development|
|Financial Institutions and Markets in Developing Countries|
|Research Project||October - April|
|Defense of Final Research Project||April - May|
Dates and courses subject to modification.
Aims and Objectives
The aims of this programme are:
- To develop knowledge and skills for being professional bankers
- To develop knowledge of management of business as might be useful to performing the role of a banker
- To provide a balance of theory, case studies and practical skills that will enhance participants’ personal and professional development
The specific objectives of this programme are to develop in the participants:
- An ability to understand and evaluate broad trends in banking and assess the impact of such trends on their business;
- An ability to evaluate and apply management tools and techniques in the context of banking and finance;
- An ability to integrate diverse body of knowledge into an application in their job through a comprehensive research project
- The Professional Master's Degree in Banking and Finance will be granted by the Asian Institute of Technology