The curriculum for the Master’s Degree in Banking and Financial Regulation consists of an eight-month coursework period and an internship stage. At the end of the master’s degree, students must present a Master’s Thesis Project.

During the period of study, theory sessions will be complemented by use of the case method applied to the banking industry and an analysis of real situations using information taken from the financial and banking system. In addition to the sessions, seminars, conferences and roundtable discussions on current issues linked to the banking industry are organized.