Edinburgh has a long and well-established reputation in banking and finance. Heriot-Watt University has particularly close links with the financial community, this programme having been established when the Deputy Managing Director of the Royal Bank of Scotland left his post to become Professor of International Banking at Heriot-Watt.
The programme covers the core theories and concepts in international banking and finance, such as the operations of the forex market, the international money market and the international credit market. An awareness is also developed of ethical and professional issues relevant to the banking and financial industries.
The programme is designed for those seeking careers in the banking or finance divisions of national and international corporations. Previous graduates from the programme have gone on to become bankers, stockbrokers, tax consultants and financial advisors with corporations across the globe.
You can exit at the end of 21 months with PgDip International Banking and Finance.
A good Honours Degree (or its equivalent) from a British or overseas university in a relevant subject.
Part time (day)
School of Social Sciences
Accounting and Finance