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BSc in Banking & Finance- 4 years with sandwich year (Full Time)

The London Institute Of Banking & Finance

Bachelor Degree , Banking

Course Description

A bachelors in Banking & Finance will teach you the theory you need, and give you a practical real-world understanding of the financial services industry and financial markets.

You can study this degree programme over three years or four, depending on whether you want to include a one-year industry placement. 

Employability is the cornerstone of this programme. You will graduate with the perfect combination of knowledge and practical skills to take you forward in your career.

Each year of the programme will give you a foundation in a set of subjects about working in banking and finance. In the third year your knowledge will be taken to a higher level, exploring themes such as strategy, management and risk.

A bachelors in Banking & Finance will teach you the theory you need, and give you a practical real-world understanding of the financial services industry and financial markets. You can study this degree programme over three years or four, depending on whether you want to include a one-year industry placement.  Employability is the cornerstone of this...

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Entry Requirements

We normally make offers of ABB/BBC at A level. (This excludes General Studies, Critical Thinking, Extended Projects and Citizenship Studies.)

All applicants are usually required to hold a minimum of GCSE Maths, Grade B or Grade 6 +, GCSE English, Grade C or Grade 4. Ideal applicants will have studied one of the following A Levels: Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Economics, Statistics or Physics.

We accept the BTEC Extended Diploma at D*DD-DDM and the Diploma and Subsidiary Diploma along with other qualifications. We also accept the International Baccalaureate (28-32 points). Offers may vary.

We normally make offers of ABB/BBC at A level. (This excludes General Studies, Critical Thinking, Extended Projects and Citizenship Studies.) All applicants are usually required to hold a minimum of GCSE Maths, Grade B or Grade 6 +, GCSE English, Grade C or Grade 4. Ideal applicants will have studied one of the following A Levels: Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Economics,...

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Assessment Methods

You will be assessed in a variety of ways throughout your studies including assignments and exams. You might be assigned to:

  • write a blog, case study, essay or report
  • take part in a forum discussion, group assignment or project
  • prepare an individual project or dissertation, portfolio or presentation.

Exam questions may be based on mathematics, require a short answer or an essay. We use different types of exams including multiple choice tests, unseen exams, seen exams, take home or open book. 

You will be assessed in a variety of ways throughout your studies including assignments and exams. You might be assigned to: write a blog, case study, essay or report take part in a forum discussion, group assignment or project prepare an individual project or dissertation, portfolio or presentation. Exam questions may be based on...

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