MBA (International Banking & Finance)

Post liberalisation, the economy of India integrated with the world, warranting the different sectors, as well as protected enterprises, both publicly and privately owned, to innovative and adapt to the highly competitive landscape of international business, where banking and finance play an important part.

The integration of financial markets enabled various businesses to tap the world financial system for funding requirements. And the banking and finance professionals acted as a critical cog for creating a conduit for the flow of funds and investment in the country. However, even after more than a couple of decades of liberalisation, there is a palpable crunch of skilled workforce and talent to lead the sectors.

We, therefore, offer MBA in banking and finance and MBA in foreign trade that teach the know-how to succeed in a connected international financial environment that is highly competitive. The curriculum, which aligns with the best in the world, acts as a stepping-stone for being a global banking and financial professional, who can manage the flow of high volumes of cross-border capital, leverage the global systemic risk, and invest in assets, while anticipate and mitigate investment risk.

Other than the analytical and quantitative skills that are necessary for catering to international as well as domestic financial markets, we also focus on endowing ethical banking practices, thus, a professional adheres to regulation.

  • IBF 101 Managerial Economics
  • IBF 102 Business Communication
  • IBF 103 Management Accounting
  • IBF 104 Quantitative Techniques-I
  • IBF 105 Organizational Behaviour & Leadership
  • IBF 106 Foreign Language
  • IBF 107 Geo-Politics & International Business
  • IBF 108 Project Work & Presentation
  • IBF 109 Management Professional Development Programme
  • IBF 110 Management of Life Skills
  • IBF 201 Macro Economics
  • IBF 202 Business Law
  • IBF 203 Financial Management
  • IBF 204 Quantitative Techniques – II
  • IBF 205 Operations Management
  • IBF 206 Marketing Management
  • IBF 207 EXIM Management
  • IBF 208 Foreign Languages
  • IBF 209 Business Environment & Policy
  • IBF 210 Field Visit & Project Work
  • IBF 301. Global Economy & Business Environment
  • IBF 302. Human Resource Management
  • IBF 303 Banking Theory and Practice
  • IBF 304. International Marketing Management
  • IBF 305. International Financial Management
  • IBF 306. Supply Chain Management
  • IBF 307. International Study Tour
  • IBF 308. Business Research Methods
  • IBF 309. Foreign Language
  • IBF 310. Project Management
  • IBF 401 Summer Internship Project
  • IBF 402 Management Control Systems
  • IBF 403 International Banking
  • IBF 404 International Trade Finance
  • IBF 405 Business Game Simulation
  • IBF 406 International Legal Environment for Banking
  • IBF 407 Campus to Corporate Training
  • IBF 408 IT in Banking
  • IBF 409 Global Financial Markets
  • IBF 410 Risk Management in Banking
  • IBF 411 Total Quality Management
  • IBF 501 Treasury Management
  • IBF 502 Business Ethics
  • IBF 503 Financial Services
  • IBF 504 Marketing of Financial Services
  • IBF 505 Environment Management & Disaster Management
  • IBF 506 Investment Banking
  • IBF 507 Management of Change & Innovation
  • IBF 508 Two Electives (2×3)
  • IBF 601 Research Project/Business Plan/One Elective
  • IBF 602 Business Process Improvement
  • IBF 603 Cross Cultural Management
  • IBF E1 Strategic International Banking
  • IBF E2 Financial Engineering and Derivatives
  • IBF E3 International Portfolio Management
  • IBF E4 Global Financial Flows
  • IBF E5 Security Analysis and Portfolio Management
  • IBF E6 Foreign Exchange Risk Management
  • IBF E7 Working Capital Management
  • IBF E8 Insurance and Risk Management
  • IBF E9 Enterprise Risk Management
  • IBF E10 Global Financial Markets
  • IBF E11 International Banking
  • IBF E12 International Trade Finance
  • IBF E13 Investment Banking
  • IBF E14 IMF, World Bank and Economic Growth
  • IBF E15 Decision Models in Finance
  • IBF E16 Forensic Accounting and Finance
  • IBF E17 Marketing of Financial Services
  • IBF S1 FICO
  • IBF B1 Predictive Analytics
  • IBF B2 Descriptive Analytics
  • IBF B3 Social Media Analytics

Programme Objectives

  • To introduce the students to the theory and practice of management and develop skills in the functional areas that are important in the process of management;
  • To introduce the students to the theory and practice of International Banking and Finance and develop skills that are important to work in a globally competitive environment;
  • To develop in the students a globally integrated and innovative mindset that is so important today in International Banking and Finance, and skills to lead and enterprise in financial services industry;

GSIB Advantage

  • Foreign Languages
  • Listed Among Top 5 B-Schools In International Focus in India (Source: India Today Aspire December 2016).
  • International Faculty from Academia and Industry.
  • Opportunities to study on Exchange Programmes.
  • International Study Tour.
  • International and Domestic Study Tours
  • Project Based Learning & Case based Teaching.
  • Design Thinking Workshop.
  • Management Professional Development Programmes.
  • Campus to Corporate Training Programme.
  • Business Simulation Games.