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Boost your career prospects with our summer school
During this 2-week programme in June, you’ll study at our London campus with like-minded students and expert faculty, and earn Higher Education Credit Framework for England.
Learn all about fintech through a mixture of lectures, tutorials and co-curricular activities.
There will be organised social activities for participants, and you’ll be free to explore London in your spare time. Airport pick up, timetabled social trips and accommodation are all included in the course fee!
As the world evolves, so does banking and finance. And it currently needs specialists in fintech and digital banking.
With this summer school, you will broaden your understanding of fintech in general and gain a deeper understanding of:
Upon successful completion you will earn 20 UK credits at QAA Level 5.
Participants must have successfully completed the first year of an undergraduate degree programme in economics, finance, banking, or related subject areas, in an English speaking programme/teaching university.
Complete the register your interest form below and we will contact you.
19 – 30 June 2023
£1,500 Early Bird discount for confirmed bookings before May 1st
£1,800 Bookings from May 1st
Refer a friend, get £300 off each.
The financial services industry is a highly regulated sector that, while being dominated by traditional banks, has been subject to an entrepreneurial inflow of electronic services and disruptive technologies.
This module provides a bridge between banking, finance, and technology.
In this 2-week programme, we’ll discuss one key innovation in financial technologies – namely the development of e-commerce – alongside other modern technologies like social media, the importance of disintermediation, the rise of Challengers, peer to peer platforms (P2P), Crowdfunding, cryptography, cryptocurrency (e.g., bitcoin), blockchain, big data, cybersecurity, RegTech, and ultimately a potentially cashless society.
This module is taught as a combination of workshops and guest speakers from the industry.