Special Purpose Award in Capital Markets

Cork Institute of Technology (CR_BCAMA_8)
Key Programme Details
Award

Special Purpose Award

NFQ Level

8 About NFQ

Delivery Method

Classroom - Evening

Mode

Part Time

ECTS Credits

20

Department

Accounting & Information Systems

Skills Area

Business, Administration and Law

General Information
Contact

Kieran O'Reilly

Email

kieran.oreilly@cit.ie

Phone

087 8590313

Address

Department of Accounting & Information Systems
Cork Institute of Technology
Bishopstown
Cork

Role

Course Director

Important Dates
Application Deadline

31/08/2018

Start Date

09/2018

End Date

12/2018

About this Course

This evening course will focus on developing the fundamental and practical knowledge that new or recent graduates will need to work in capital markets, treasury funds, and the financial sector. The Irish Government has targeted the expansion of the Finance Industry as a key policy objective for the medium term. This evening course will focus on developing the fundamental and practical knowledge that new or recent graduates will need to work in capital markets, treasury funds and the financial sector. The Irish Government has targeted the expansion of the Finance Industry as a key policy objective within the IFS 2020 strategy. Cork has established itself as a top class location for IFS. CIT's new programme aims to support the location of IFS in Cork.

Entry Requirements

Level 8 degree
OR
A minimum of a Level 7 Degree +/or significant relevant professional experience.
Applicants with a level 7 qualification and relevant experience will be considered through CIT's well-established RPL process.

Long Description

Whilst the Certificate in Capital Markets is suitable for degree holders of any discipline applicants should be aware that the numerical and computer based component (spreadsheets) is significant and all project work will involve the use of financial models and techniques and spreadsheet tools.
Participants who successfully complete the course should be attractive as potential employees of fund administration and fund management companies, international banks and treasury organisations. The skills developed on this course would also be relevant to entry level positions in the finance department of large organisations.
This evening course will be delivered over one academic semester (September – December) over two evenings for 12 weeks. Participants will be required to attend all classes.
This part time course takes place over 2 evenings a week for one semester and includes a well-structured curriculum to ensure that participant’s time is used wisely. Students will attend lectures and laboratory sessions for 4 hours two nights a week. The course is delivered by senior staff with very significant experience in international capital markets.

Timetable Info

Monday 6pm to 10pm
Wednesday 6pm to 10pm.

Delivery Location

Cork Institute of Technology
Rossa Avenue
Bishopstown
Cork City

Delivery Notes

Campus/Classroom/PC Lab

Admissions Contact Details
Address

Bishopstown, CIT, Cork

Phone

0214335040

Email

admissions@cit.ie

RPL Information

http://www.cit.ie/rpl

Application Procedures

Apply through www.springboardcourses.ie