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The Master of Banking and Capital Markets Law at IU International University of Applied Sciences provides you with in-depth knowledge in the fields of economics, law and finance. In addition, you will get prepared for the complex challenges of the international financial industry in order to competently advise companies as well as clients in business-related legal or financial matters.
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You can complete your Master’s degree in Banking and Capital Markets Law at IU as a 100% online distance learning programme. For maximum freedom and self-determined learning, you will not only have an innovative mix of interactive learning formats at your disposal, but IU’s distance learning programme has numerous other advantages to offer.
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Why you should study Banking and Capital Markets Law
With a Master’s degree, you’ll be able to take your career to the next level and bring the specialist knowledge you have gained to a new level. This way, you won’t only be able to pursue a certain professional direction, but also specialise in a selected subject area. First and foremost, this will give you an attractive competitive advantage over other applicants who “only” have a Bachelor’s degree. In addition, your Master’s degree will give you the skills you need to take on important management functions with significantly more responsibility later on. This will also be reflected in your salary sooner or later. Your Master’s degree offers you optimal opportunities for advancement and career development.
This is what your Master’s degree in Banking and Capital Markets Law at IU looks like
Your Master’s degree in Banking and Capital Markets Law at IU will enable you to enter the world of global markets and complex business areas. By deepening your previous business skills, you will be able to move safely through the business world in the future and be prepared for the complex legal framework of complex financial market structures.
Studying Banking and Capital Market Law also means dealing with the fundamental aspects and laws of the financial industry. Of course, you can also focus on a specific topic in this context and study individual modules such as insolvency law, corporate finance law or restructuring in order to better understand complex legal issues of cross-border business models and develop legally sound solutions for transactions in the future.
A look into the future: What you will be able to do after graduating
Your Master’s degree in Banking and Capital Markets Law is dedicated to a highly practical area of the economy in which specialists are more than in demand. Later on, you will not only take on tasks in the banking and financial services sector, you will also profitably contribute your specialised knowledge in other areas and with government organisations. Whether in an auditing firm, in the legal department of the finance and banking sector of internationally active companies or in public administration at EU or state level, as an expert in financial law, you will be able to find the right answers everywhere.
The most important questions about studying Banking and Capital Markets Law
You can study our Master’s degree in Banking and Capital Markets Law completely independently and flexibly. Thanks to its virtual learning format with interactive online courses, you’ll be able to complete your studies at IU completely independent of time and location.
The Master’s programme in Artificial Intelligence usually lasts 12, 18 or 24 months. The duration of your studies at IU depends on the time model you choose. And if you need a little more time or want to extend your studies flexibly, it won’t be a problem.
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