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MSc Banking & Finance pre-arrival information

Welcome to the MSc Banking and Finance pre-arrival information page.

We hope you're looking forward to starting your Masters degree at the University of Stirling Management School. We're delighted to welcome you to our beautiful campus.

Stirling Management School will be running a number of events in September to ensure that you settle in quickly and see how we can support you during your studies. These events will include quantitative skills training workshops as well as other key skills development sessions. By attending these sessions you'll ensure that you get the most out of your studies at Stirling.

Stirling Management School Induction Lecture

Monday 9 September 2019
Logie Lecture Theatre

MSc Banking & Finance Course Induction Lecture

Monday 9 September 2019

It is very important that you arrive ready to start on this date. If you are unable to do so, please let us know by e-mail as soon as possible.


At the induction lecture you will get to meet your classmates and some of the academic staff who will be guiding your studies for the rest of the year. They'll explain the structure of the course, discuss what we expect from you and take any questions about what you expect from us.

Please check this important induction website again soon for further information regarding the start of semester.

Got a question? 

If you have any questions about the course, please contact the Programme Administrator, Allison Butler who will be happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.

+44 (0) 1786 467455

Course director                                                                   

Dr Theodoros Diasakos

Reading list

MSc Banking and Finance Provisional Reading List 2019-20. Please do not purchase any books until your course starts, as the suggested readings may change.


Your confirmed timetable for the first few weeks at Stirling will be available at the start of September. We'll go through this information in more detail at the Induction Lecture.

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