Master in Banking Supervision

The Master in Banking Supervision is a one-year full-time program designed to provide the new supervisors joining the Bank of Spain with up-to date knowledge and practical tools needed to develop their careers in the Bank and also in the international organizations in which the Bank participates, in particular the Single Supervisory Mechanism of the European Central Bank.

The Master lasts for one academic year and it is organized in three 10-week terms. The program is taught in English and Spanish, with approximately one third of classes taught in English. The program consists of the following courses:

  • Bank accounting
  • Banking supervision
  • Business and banking law
  • Credit risk
  • Corporate finance and company valuation
  • Econometrics
  • Economics of banking
  • Financial markets and asset pricing
  • Microeconomic and macroeconomic analysis
  • Other banking risks
  • Quantitative methods

In addition to the coursework, students have to write a Master Thesis on a topic of their choice under the supervision of one member of the faculty.

The Master is taught exclusively to the candidates that have successfully passed the first phase of the public examination for the position of supervisor of the Bank of Spain.


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