• For Entry: January | September
  • Duration: 12 months
  • School: Business
  • Study Mode: Full Time

A master's course for business or non-business graduates who want a career in the international banking or finance sectors. With the opportunity to specialise in investment management, risk and regulation, or finance.

TEF Gold - Teaching Excellence Framework

Developments in banking and finance are happening rapidly, and with growing complexity. People working in this area must be able to understand and analyse activity, and also be able to anticipate future developments.

This includes knowledge of banking and financial systems and international markets as well as the role played by both commercial and central banks within the economy. Designed for UK and international students alike, this master's degree examines different international banking systems, money, investments and regulations which have become increasingly important in recent years.

The course is a fit for students from a variety of backgrounds, and does not require any previous training in finance. If you are interested in international banking and finance, investment management, retail banking, financial risk and regulation or the broader international financial sector, this is an excellent postgraduate path whatever your previous degree. This degree gives you the chance to choose optional modules that suit your interests. You can choose to study the straight MSc International Banking and Finance degree or you can also choose to specialise in one of the following:

  • Msc International Banking
  • MSc International Banking and Investment Management
  • MSc International Banking, Risk and Regulation

 

 

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Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)

The University of Dundee has been given a Gold award – the highest possible rating – in the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).

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This is a full-time 12 month course. There are two start dates – September and January.

The course begins with a two week foundation module to bring all students up to a common minimum standard in banking and business statistics. The foundation module also introduces you to the University’s learning resources (e.g. the library and study skills support) and encourages you to work in 'teams' exchanging your intellectual assets for mutual benefit.

You take a number of core modules to develop your understanding of international banking, current issues in banking and finance, money, investments and banking systems, banking regulation, econometrics and quantitative methods. From this point, you have the opportunity to specialise by choosing your degree pathway and the optional modules that are relevant to it, aligned to your own personal interests and objectives.

How you will be taught

Modules are taught using lectures, workshops, group-work and student presentations. From time-to-time you may also hear from professionals working in the banking and financial sectors as part of our School Of Business employability services.

How you will be assessed

All modules are assessed through a combination of coursework and final assessment held at the end of each Semester with a re-sit opportunity shortly thereafter.  Coursework may account for as much as 40-50% of the overall degree.



What you'll study

MSc International Banking and Finance

Core modules

* Not for degree graduation purposes

Foundation Banking, Finance and Business Statistics

Designed to introduce students to the structure and functioning of the banking and financial services industry. In particular, the

module will examine the key and emergent issues in banking, including the role of central banks and regulation, and the risks that banks face. The module will also introduce students to different banking systems across the globe.

This module provides you with an extensive, detailed and critical knowledge and understanding of contemporary issues in the banking industry and financial markets. You will understand the role of banks as financial intermediaries; the role of banks in the international money; credit and bond markets; the impact of international factors on banks; the regulatory environment in which banks operate; the risks faced by banks and how to mitigate these risks, and the latest trends in innovation and technology in banking.

Credits

Stage 5 (SCQF level 11) 20 credits

The module aims to provide a detailed understanding of how to analyse and estimate the efficiency of banks and the competitive structure of banking markets. The module covers issues relating to the financial statement of banks, including ratio analysis and the risk assessment of banking ratios. The module also aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to model banking efficiency using parametric and non-parametric techniques.

Credits
 
Stage 5 (SCQF level 11), 20 credits

BU52014 - Project Report

And one core module from

BU52016 - Quantitative Methods

The module provides you with an intuitive grasp of the theoretical concepts and basic skills required to estimate and interpret economic models. In particular, it will allow you to apply statistical techniques to problems in finance by (i) translating theoretical models into an empirically implementable form; (ii) analysing statistical data; and (iii) interpreting econometric results. The module also provides you with an overview of the empirical methods used by financial academics and professionals in the analysis of financial asset prices.


* Requires prior knowledge of econometrics.

Optional modules - choose four from

Equips students with an understanding of the important themes in corporate governance such as the nature and importance of

Corporate Governance in both a UK and international context; recent changes in governance applying to major UK and international companies, and the need for ethical business behaviour.

You will examine the fundamental concepts of international trade, finance and investment. It introduces the tools and techniques for asset pricing and capital budgeting, provides an overview of financial risk assessment and balance of payments and analyses the operation of the foreign exchange market and the determination of exchange rates. Topics you will cover include compounding, discounting and discounted cash flow analysis, the valuation of stocks and bonds in financial markets, the measurement of risk and the role of risk in asset pricing and financial decision-making, the balance of payments and the influence of macroeconomic factors on trade, the operation of currency markets and theories of exchange rate determination.

The module will broaden your knowledge and understanding of the quantitative theory of financial risk, and how that risk can be managed by financial derivatives; develop critical reasoning skills in the context of financial derivatives and financial risk management; equip you with the practical skills to apply most appropriate financial derivatives to managing and hedging the financial markets volatility. When you finish the module you will be able to explain (i) the sources of financial markets risk, (ii) the key characteristics of various derivative products; (iii) the use of these products as risk management tools and understand the implications of hedging via risk-neutral replication and construct hedge portfolios, and understand pricing and hedging principles of a range of derivatives.

Financial Statements and Analysis 

This module enables you to evaluate and manage the risks involved in international business in order to make sound financing and investment decisions. You will develop a knowledge and understanding of foreign exchange and eurocurrency markets; models of foreign exchange rate determination and financial products that manage currency risk; models of interest rate determination and financial products that manage interest rate risk; the practical uses of international capital markets for managing risk; the international economic and political environment in which multinational companies operate; the risks of foreign direct and foreign portfolio investment; practical perspectives of risk, and techniques for assessing the risk of capital and financial investments.

You will be introduced to the main financial issues confronting developing countries. In particular you will examine current issues in emerging market finance as well as the suitability of mainstream finance theory for emerging financial markets. You will acquire the knowledge and understanding of how emerging stock markets have evolved; international portfolio diversification; the efficiency of emerging capital markets; predicting financial crises; stock market interdependence and stock market listing behaviour.

Security Analysis an Equity Valuation

Investment Management

The module aims to provide a detailed understanding of the operation of the venture capital (VC)/private equity (PE) industry. It looks in detail at how venture capital firms operate, screen and select business proposals.

The module provides knowledge of the VC/PE investment process including the decision making with respect to the screening and selecting of business proposals, the negotiation and structuring of deals, as well as the exit routes available.

Financial Regulation and Ethics

Banking Law and Financial Markets

Aims

To examine the regulation of financial services and markets in&n a global context, with particular reference to the financial crisis and its aftermath.

Examples of content

The syllabus will evolve in line with new developments. It is envisaged that the module may comprise the following elements:

  • introduction to banking and financial services regulation and the context in which the industry operates, including its recent history.
  • main features of the regulation of financial services at the UK and EU level.
  • substantive law relating to financial services (I): Contract and tort.
  • substantive law relating to financial services (II): Property and crime.
  • the interaction of financial services regulation and competition policy.

SCQF credits

20

MSc International Banking

Core modules

* Not for degree graduating purposes

Foundation Banking, Finance and Business Statistics

Designed to introduce students to the structure and functioning of the banking and financial services industry. In particular, the

module will examine the key and emergent issues in banking, including the role of central banks and regulation, and the risks that banks face. The module will also introduce students to different banking systems across the globe.

This module provides you with an extensive, detailed and critical knowledge and understanding of contemporary issues in the banking industry and financial markets. You will understand the role of banks as financial intermediaries; the role of banks in the international money; credit and bond markets; the impact of international factors on banks; the regulatory environment in which banks operate; the risks faced by banks and how to mitigate these risks, and the latest trends in innovation and technology in banking.

Credits

Stage 5 (SCQF level 11) 20 credits

This module will develop your understanding of the behaviour of financial agents and the workings of global financial markets within the framework of modern finance theory. Topics include the time value of money and discounted cash flow analysis; theories of the yield curve and bond valuation; risk-return trade-off and mean-variance portfolio theory; Capital Asset Pricing Model and the Efficient Market Hypothesis; alternative approaches to stock valuation and financial ratio analysis; influence of corporate dividend policy and capital structure on stock pricing; functions of futures exchanges and the valuation of financial and commodity futures and the properties and valuation of option contracts.

This module enables you to evaluate and manage the risks involved in international business in order to make sound financing and investment decisions. You will develop a knowledge and understanding of foreign exchange and eurocurrency markets; models of foreign exchange rate determination and financial products that manage currency risk; models of interest rate determination and financial products that manage interest rate risk; the practical uses of international capital markets for managing risk; the international economic and political environment in which multinational companies operate; the risks of foreign direct and foreign portfolio investment; practical perspectives of risk, and techniques for assessing the risk of capital and financial investments.

The module aims to provide a detailed understanding of how to analyse and estimate the efficiency of banks and the competitive structure of banking markets. The module covers issues relating to the financial statement of banks, including ratio analysis and the risk assessment of banking ratios. The module also aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to model banking efficiency using parametric and non-parametric techniques.

Credits
 
Stage 5 (SCQF level 11), 20 credits

BU52014 - Project Report

And one core module from

BU52016 - Quantitative Methods

The module provides you with an intuitive grasp of the theoretical concepts and basic skills required to estimate and interpret economic models. In particular, it will allow you to apply statistical techniques to problems in finance by (i) translating theoretical models into an empirically implementable form; (ii) analysing statistical data; and (iii) interpreting econometric results. The module also provides you with an overview of the empirical methods used by financial academics and professionals in the analysis of financial asset prices.


* Requires prior knowledge of econometrics.

Optional modules - choose two from

Equips students with an understanding of the important themes in corporate governance such as the nature and importance of

Corporate Governance in both a UK and international context; recent changes in governance applying to major UK and international companies, and the need for ethical business behaviour.

You will examine the fundamental concepts of international trade, finance and investment. It introduces the tools and techniques for asset pricing and capital budgeting, provides an overview of financial risk assessment and balance of payments and analyses the operation of the foreign exchange market and the determination of exchange rates. Topics you will cover include compounding, discounting and discounted cash flow analysis, the valuation of stocks and bonds in financial markets, the measurement of risk and the role of risk in asset pricing and financial decision-making, the balance of payments and the influence of macroeconomic factors on trade, the operation of currency markets and theories of exchange rate determination.

The module will broaden your knowledge and understanding of the quantitative theory of financial risk, and how that risk can be managed by financial derivatives; develop critical reasoning skills in the context of financial derivatives and financial risk management; equip you with the practical skills to apply most appropriate financial derivatives to managing and hedging the financial markets volatility. When you finish the module you will be able to explain (i) the sources of financial markets risk, (ii) the key characteristics of various derivative products; (iii) the use of these products as risk management tools and understand the implications of hedging via risk-neutral replication and construct hedge portfolios, and understand pricing and hedging principles of a range of derivatives.

Financial Statements and Analysis 

You will be introduced to the main financial issues confronting developing countries. In particular you will examine current issues in emerging market finance as well as the suitability of mainstream finance theory for emerging financial markets. You will acquire the knowledge and understanding of how emerging stock markets have evolved; international portfolio diversification; the efficiency of emerging capital markets; predicting financial crises; stock market interdependence and stock market listing behaviour.

Security Analysis an Equity Valuation

Investment Management

The module aims to provide a detailed understanding of the operation of the venture capital (VC)/private equity (PE) industry. It looks in detail at how venture capital firms operate, screen and select business proposals.

The module provides knowledge of the VC/PE investment process including the decision making with respect to the screening and selecting of business proposals, the negotiation and structuring of deals, as well as the exit routes available.

Financial Regulation and Ethics

Banking Law and Financial Markets

Aims

To examine the regulation of financial services and markets in&n a global context, with particular reference to the financial crisis and its aftermath.

Examples of content

The syllabus will evolve in line with new developments. It is envisaged that the module may comprise the following elements:

  • introduction to banking and financial services regulation and the context in which the industry operates, including its recent history.
  • main features of the regulation of financial services at the UK and EU level.
  • substantive law relating to financial services (I): Contract and tort.
  • substantive law relating to financial services (II): Property and crime.
  • the interaction of financial services regulation and competition policy.

SCQF credits

20

MSc International Banking, Finance and Investment Management

Core modules

* Not for degree graduating purposes

Foundation Banking, Finance and Business Statistics

Designed to introduce students to the structure and functioning of the banking and financial services industry. In particular, the

module will examine the key and emergent issues in banking, including the role of central banks and regulation, and the risks that banks face. The module will also introduce students to different banking systems across the globe.

This module provides you with an extensive, detailed and critical knowledge and understanding of contemporary issues in the banking industry and financial markets. You will understand the role of banks as financial intermediaries; the role of banks in the international money; credit and bond markets; the impact of international factors on banks; the regulatory environment in which banks operate; the risks faced by banks and how to mitigate these risks, and the latest trends in innovation and technology in banking.

Credits

Stage 5 (SCQF level 11) 20 credits

Financial Statements and Analysis 

The module aims to provide a detailed understanding of how to analyse and estimate the efficiency of banks and the competitive structure of banking markets. The module covers issues relating to the financial statement of banks, including ratio analysis and the risk assessment of banking ratios. The module also aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to model banking efficiency using parametric and non-parametric techniques.

Credits
 
Stage 5 (SCQF level 11), 20 credits

BU52014 - Project Report

Security Analysis an Equity Valuation

Investment Management

And one core module from

BU52016 - Quantitative Methods

The module provides you with an intuitive grasp of the theoretical concepts and basic skills required to estimate and interpret economic models. In particular, it will allow you to apply statistical techniques to problems in finance by (i) translating theoretical models into an empirically implementable form; (ii) analysing statistical data; and (iii) interpreting econometric results. The module also provides you with an overview of the empirical methods used by financial academics and professionals in the analysis of financial asset prices.


* Requires prior knowledge of econometrics.

Optional modules  - choose one from

Equips students with an understanding of the important themes in corporate governance such as the nature and importance of

Corporate Governance in both a UK and international context; recent changes in governance applying to major UK and international companies, and the need for ethical business behaviour.

This module will develop your understanding of the behaviour of financial agents and the workings of global financial markets within the framework of modern finance theory. Topics include the time value of money and discounted cash flow analysis; theories of the yield curve and bond valuation; risk-return trade-off and mean-variance portfolio theory; Capital Asset Pricing Model and the Efficient Market Hypothesis; alternative approaches to stock valuation and financial ratio analysis; influence of corporate dividend policy and capital structure on stock pricing; functions of futures exchanges and the valuation of financial and commodity futures and the properties and valuation of option contracts.

You will examine the fundamental concepts of international trade, finance and investment. It introduces the tools and techniques for asset pricing and capital budgeting, provides an overview of financial risk assessment and balance of payments and analyses the operation of the foreign exchange market and the determination of exchange rates. Topics you will cover include compounding, discounting and discounted cash flow analysis, the valuation of stocks and bonds in financial markets, the measurement of risk and the role of risk in asset pricing and financial decision-making, the balance of payments and the influence of macroeconomic factors on trade, the operation of currency markets and theories of exchange rate determination.

The module will broaden your knowledge and understanding of the quantitative theory of financial risk, and how that risk can be managed by financial derivatives; develop critical reasoning skills in the context of financial derivatives and financial risk management; equip you with the practical skills to apply most appropriate financial derivatives to managing and hedging the financial markets volatility. When you finish the module you will be able to explain (i) the sources of financial markets risk, (ii) the key characteristics of various derivative products; (iii) the use of these products as risk management tools and understand the implications of hedging via risk-neutral replication and construct hedge portfolios, and understand pricing and hedging principles of a range of derivatives.

This module enables you to evaluate and manage the risks involved in international business in order to make sound financing and investment decisions. You will develop a knowledge and understanding of foreign exchange and eurocurrency markets; models of foreign exchange rate determination and financial products that manage currency risk; models of interest rate determination and financial products that manage interest rate risk; the practical uses of international capital markets for managing risk; the international economic and political environment in which multinational companies operate; the risks of foreign direct and foreign portfolio investment; practical perspectives of risk, and techniques for assessing the risk of capital and financial investments.

You will be introduced to the main financial issues confronting developing countries. In particular you will examine current issues in emerging market finance as well as the suitability of mainstream finance theory for emerging financial markets. You will acquire the knowledge and understanding of how emerging stock markets have evolved; international portfolio diversification; the efficiency of emerging capital markets; predicting financial crises; stock market interdependence and stock market listing behaviour.

The module aims to provide a detailed understanding of the operation of the venture capital (VC)/private equity (PE) industry. It looks in detail at how venture capital firms operate, screen and select business proposals.

The module provides knowledge of the VC/PE investment process including the decision making with respect to the screening and selecting of business proposals, the negotiation and structuring of deals, as well as the exit routes available.

Financial Regulation and Ethics

Banking Law and Financial Markets

Aims

To examine the regulation of financial services and markets in&n a global context, with particular reference to the financial crisis and its aftermath.

Examples of content

The syllabus will evolve in line with new developments. It is envisaged that the module may comprise the following elements:

  • introduction to banking and financial services regulation and the context in which the industry operates, including its recent history.
  • main features of the regulation of financial services at the UK and EU level.
  • substantive law relating to financial services (I): Contract and tort.
  • substantive law relating to financial services (II): Property and crime.
  • the interaction of financial services regulation and competition policy.

SCQF credits

20

MSc International Banking, Finance, Risk and Regulation

Core modules

* Not for degree graduating purposes

Foundation Banking, Finance and Business Statistics

Designed to introduce students to the structure and functioning of the banking and financial services industry. In particular, the

module will examine the key and emergent issues in banking, including the role of central banks and regulation, and the risks that banks face. The module will also introduce students to different banking systems across the globe.

This module provides you with an extensive, detailed and critical knowledge and understanding of contemporary issues in the banking industry and financial markets. You will understand the role of banks as financial intermediaries; the role of banks in the international money; credit and bond markets; the impact of international factors on banks; the regulatory environment in which banks operate; the risks faced by banks and how to mitigate these risks, and the latest trends in innovation and technology in banking.

Credits

Stage 5 (SCQF level 11) 20 credits

The module will broaden your knowledge and understanding of the quantitative theory of financial risk, and how that risk can be managed by financial derivatives; develop critical reasoning skills in the context of financial derivatives and financial risk management; equip you with the practical skills to apply most appropriate financial derivatives to managing and hedging the financial markets volatility. When you finish the module you will be able to explain (i) the sources of financial markets risk, (ii) the key characteristics of various derivative products; (iii) the use of these products as risk management tools and understand the implications of hedging via risk-neutral replication and construct hedge portfolios, and understand pricing and hedging principles of a range of derivatives.

This module enables you to evaluate and manage the risks involved in international business in order to make sound financing and investment decisions. You will develop a knowledge and understanding of foreign exchange and eurocurrency markets; models of foreign exchange rate determination and financial products that manage currency risk; models of interest rate determination and financial products that manage interest rate risk; the practical uses of international capital markets for managing risk; the international economic and political environment in which multinational companies operate; the risks of foreign direct and foreign portfolio investment; practical perspectives of risk, and techniques for assessing the risk of capital and financial investments.

The module aims to provide a detailed understanding of how to analyse and estimate the efficiency of banks and the competitive structure of banking markets. The module covers issues relating to the financial statement of banks, including ratio analysis and the risk assessment of banking ratios. The module also aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to model banking efficiency using parametric and non-parametric techniques.

Credits
 
Stage 5 (SCQF level 11), 20 credits

BU52014 - Project Report

Financial Regulation and Ethics

and one from:

BU52016 - Quantitative Methods

The module provides you with an intuitive grasp of the theoretical concepts and basic skills required to estimate and interpret economic models. In particular, it will allow you to apply statistical techniques to problems in finance by (i) translating theoretical models into an empirically implementable form; (ii) analysing statistical data; and (iii) interpreting econometric results. The module also provides you with an overview of the empirical methods used by financial academics and professionals in the analysis of financial asset prices.


* Requires prior knowledge of econometrics.

Optional modules - choose one from

Equips students with an understanding of the important themes in corporate governance such as the nature and importance of

Corporate Governance in both a UK and international context; recent changes in governance applying to major UK and international companies, and the need for ethical business behaviour.

This module will develop your understanding of the behaviour of financial agents and the workings of global financial markets within the framework of modern finance theory. Topics include the time value of money and discounted cash flow analysis; theories of the yield curve and bond valuation; risk-return trade-off and mean-variance portfolio theory; Capital Asset Pricing Model and the Efficient Market Hypothesis; alternative approaches to stock valuation and financial ratio analysis; influence of corporate dividend policy and capital structure on stock pricing; functions of futures exchanges and the valuation of financial and commodity futures and the properties and valuation of option contracts.

You will examine the fundamental concepts of international trade, finance and investment. It introduces the tools and techniques for asset pricing and capital budgeting, provides an overview of financial risk assessment and balance of payments and analyses the operation of the foreign exchange market and the determination of exchange rates. Topics you will cover include compounding, discounting and discounted cash flow analysis, the valuation of stocks and bonds in financial markets, the measurement of risk and the role of risk in asset pricing and financial decision-making, the balance of payments and the influence of macroeconomic factors on trade, the operation of currency markets and theories of exchange rate determination.

Financial Statements and Analysis 

You will be introduced to the main financial issues confronting developing countries. In particular you will examine current issues in emerging market finance as well as the suitability of mainstream finance theory for emerging financial markets. You will acquire the knowledge and understanding of how emerging stock markets have evolved; international portfolio diversification; the efficiency of emerging capital markets; predicting financial crises; stock market interdependence and stock market listing behaviour.

Security Analysis an Equity Valuation

Investment Management

The module aims to provide a detailed understanding of the operation of the venture capital (VC)/private equity (PE) industry. It looks in detail at how venture capital firms operate, screen and select business proposals.

The module provides knowledge of the VC/PE investment process including the decision making with respect to the screening and selecting of business proposals, the negotiation and structuring of deals, as well as the exit routes available.

Banking Law and Financial Markets

Aims

To examine the regulation of financial services and markets in&n a global context, with particular reference to the financial crisis and its aftermath.

Examples of content

The syllabus will evolve in line with new developments. It is envisaged that the module may comprise the following elements:

  • introduction to banking and financial services regulation and the context in which the industry operates, including its recent history.
  • main features of the regulation of financial services at the UK and EU level.
  • substantive law relating to financial services (I): Contract and tort.
  • substantive law relating to financial services (II): Property and crime.
  • the interaction of financial services regulation and competition policy.

SCQF credits

20

 

The highlight of the degree for many

This is your opportunity to undertake one of the following three as part of your degree:

  1. Internship in China, Mexico, Vietnam and Manchester (UK)
  2. Independent Project – possibly with an organisation
  3. Group Consultancy Project with an organisation
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At Dundee our master’s courses prepare you for a successful career, wherever in the world you plan to work. Employers expect their postgraduate recruits to have advanced technical and communication skills, to be confident team-workers, independent researchers, good project-managers and at the leading edge of their specialism. Our degrees are designed to respond to these demands.

Graduates will have the financial knowledge and skills to be competitive candidates for roles in the banking and financial sector. Students can also make use of the University’s dedicated careers service enabling them to confidently present themselves to the world’s top employers.

Caron Dhillon

"It was an excellent cultural experience spending time working in China. Business in China is run so differently compared to the Western world and that is what I took away from the internship the most. "

Caron Dhillon
MSc Banking & Finance graduate – 2017 Prize winner – Bank of Scotland best student of the year prize – 2017 InternChina programme participant

Trung Ta

"I really enjoyed Banking and Finance. The subject is stimulating and very accessible, with the benefit of being very relevant more now than ever."

Trung Ta
MSc Banking and Finance graduate, 2017

A good first degree (at least lower second class Honours degree or equivalent) in any subject which has enabled the applicant to develop analytical and quantitative skills.

 EU and International qualifications


English Language Requirement

IELTS Overall 6.0
Listening 5.5
Reading 5.5
Writing 5.5
Speaking 5.5

 Equivalent grades from other test providers

 

English Language Programmes

We offer Pre-Sessional and Foundation Programme(s) throughout the year. These are designed to prepare you for university study in the UK when you have not yet met the language requirements for direct entry onto a degree programme.

 Discover our English Language Programmes

The fees you pay will depend on your fee status. Your fee status is determined by us using the information you provide on your application.

 Find out more about fee status

Fee statusFees for students starting academic year 2019-20
Scottish and EU students £6,950 per year of study
See our scholarships for UK/EU applicants
Rest of UK students £6,950 per year of study
See our scholarships for UK/EU applicants
Overseas students (non-EU) £16,450 per year of study
See our scholarships for International applicants

Additional costs

You may incur additional costs in the course of your education at the University over and above tuition fees in an academic year.

Examples of additional costs:

One off costOngoing costIncidental cost
Graduation feeStudio feeField trips

*these are examples only and are not exhaustive.

Additional costs:

  • may be mandatory or optional expenses
  • may be one off, ongoing or incidental charges and certain costs may be payable annually for each year of your programme of study
  • vary depending on your programme of study
  • are payable by you and are non-refundable and non-transferable

Unfortunately, failure to pay additional costs may result in limitations on your student experience.

For additional costs specific to your course please speak to our Enquiry Team.

You apply for this course through our Direct Application System, which is free of charge. You can find out more information about making your application when you click Apply Now below

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Course Contact

Dr Murat Mazibas
School of Business
ProgrammeDirectorSchoolofBusiness@dundee.ac.uk
+44 (0)1382 381484

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