The Diploma in Banking supervision is a full-time program and lasts for one-term. The program is exclusively designed for new supervisors who join the Bank of Spain. Participants will gain the up-to date knowledge and practical tools needed to develop a career in the Bank and the Single Supervisory Mechanism of the European Central Bank. This Diploma is only available to people that have passed the first part of the public test for position of supervisor, of the Bank of Spain.
The program is conducted in both English and Spanish, about one third will be taught in English. The courses that make up the program are as follows: economics of banking, corporate finance and company valuation, banking risk, business and banking law, economic analysis, quantitative methods and banking supervision.
Bircham University’s Bank Management program offers information on the controversies and issues that face the finance world and banking such as changes in the savings and loan evaluation industry; changes in legislation and regulation; modern advances in theory; and global aspects of money and banking. The program keeps up with the quick paced world of insurance and banking and delivers the latest questions and answers in regards to bank management and the assessment of financial risks.
Subjects covered on this course include: Money & Banking, Creating & Managing Value, Employees Supervision, Accounting Management, Financial Management, Financial Services Management, Management Information Technology, Capital Markets, Investment Strategies, Commercial Banking, Private Banking and Bank Management. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Bank Management program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree levels.