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Financial Services and Banking

ALDAR University college

Financial Services and Banking

Bachelor of Business Administration, Financial Services and Banking

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How to Stay Competitive in the Finance Market

This Concentration (Banking and Finance) is designed to meet the growing need for professionals in the financial services industry. The main goal of this Concentration is to develop high-quality finance professionals equipped with technical and managerial competence with the global mindset by them. The focus of this degree discipline is to develop a comprehensive and integrated approach to management in the banking and financial services sector mainly in corporate finance investment, insurance, risk management, personal financial planning, and the latest financial applications. Moreover, students will learn how to utilize their theoretical knowledge and apply it successfully and ethically in both commercial and public institutions

Class topics in banking are likely to include:

  • Investment management and theories
  • Lending
  • Financial institutions
  • Real estate finance
  • Bank management
  • Financial statement analysis

The Evolution of Banking over Time

Banks were well established in the British Empire when Adam Smith came in 1776. The banking system evolved from the old analog system to the digital one. The critical evolvement of banks, however, is positioned around the Renaissance era 14th to the 17th century when financial institutions flourished in Europe. Since then, banks have been going up and down and most probably will continue to be. Before the use of money, we see it today, grain and cattle were a means of business exchange until late in the 20th century.  Then, banks and merchants started exchanging printed cash for money with a calculated amount of interest.    

Banks in 1914, offered services to customers such as:

  • Money safekeeping
  • Payment processing
  • Loan approvals
  • Investment counseling

The 21-century banks relied entirely on the use of modern technology when banks in the 20th century were more about the use of the old anlage system. 

 

Reasons to Love Financial Services and Banking

Vibrant, completive, and dynamic industry environment, which makes it promising for young, creative, and aspiring graduates.

Financially rewarding. You should not be surprised to know that the financial services sectors offer lucrative compensation salary packages.

Fun working with intellectual people.

Variety of Career Opportunities, since the finance industry is growing very fast, this also means a variety of job opportunities are increasing as well.

Intellectually stimulating work environment. Whether you are creating solutions to mitigate risk, or forecasting capital needs of an institution to provide the most effective financing structure, you will find yourself learning.

Why choose Al Dar University for this Major?

  • We have world-renowned experts in banking teaching on this course
  • Our Faculty members are researchers in their subject areas, and we enjoy an international reputation
  • We have excellent computing facilities, and you will have the chance to develop your skills in data analysis and report preparation
  • A strong focus on graduate employability
  • A wide range of extracurricular activities

Program Goals

Banking and finance are a unique and specialized option for those interested in the state of the market, banking, and asset management. It covers topics such as risk analysis and management, trading in commodity markets, and in-depth alternative investments.

  1. Enhance students’ awareness of social values, integrity in work, and professional excellence.
  2.  Prepare students to develop in a multifunctional group work environment.
  3.  Instill within students’ knowledge of basic principles and financial and banking theories.
  4.  Strengthen students’ practical knowledge of finance, banking, and financial services to prepare them for professional business challenges.
  5.  Provide students with financial tools to solve problems and make decisions that can be applied to a variety of business situations.
  6. Enhance students’ ability to research, collect, and analyze relevant economic and financial data.
  7. help students to develop the skills necessary to work effectively with others in a diverse team environment to make optimal financial decisions.

Basic learning outcomes

  • Demonstrate proficiency in core business principles and practices that enable companies to keep abreast of the labor market in both local and global environments.
  • Understand human behavior in institutions, including the ability to lead and work in team preparation.
  • Demonstrate the ability to analyze unorganized quantitative business problems, using appropriate tools and technology.
  • Employ critical thinking and analytical skills to solve business problems in a real context and make effective decisions.
  • Develop a business model with a sustainable competitive advantage and an appropriate strategic plan.
  • Conduct basic research using scientific sources to gain new business knowledge

Popular Career Options

Varieties of careers are available to graduates of this program, depending on their area of interest in the banking industry. Possible jobs include:

  • Branch manager
  • Commercial lender
  • Financial analyst
  • Financial planner
  • Credit analyst
  • Operations manager
  • Bank examiner
  • Relationship Manager
  • Treasury Management Analyst
  • Compliance Officer

Scholarships

Al Dar University College is proudly committed to helping its students and graduates enhance their careers and personal improvement through perusing their studies.

Books and Library Resources

Our library provides an extensive range of books and periodicals that deal with areas such as Business, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, Management, and many more.

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