Postgraduate possibilities



Over the years we’ve found that members have many different personal or career motivations for pursuing postgraduate study.  However, what is common to all is the immense feeling of pride and sense of achievement on completion of a programme.

There’s no doubt too that having a postgraduate qualification is a professional as well as personal boost. It is evidence of a certain ability, of application and of time-management and resilience (especially if achieved while holding down a full-time job and managing family and other commitments).  It also, of course, formally acknowledges advanced knowledge and skills in a specialist area.  As such, a postgraduate qualification is often now a requirement for certain roles. And of course it supports career advancement.

We have a range of part-time postgraduate programmes in Banking and Financial Services that will begin in September 2016.  Each qualification is awarded by University College Dublin, with some programmes also bestowing internationally recognised designations on successful completion.

If you’re interested in pursuing a postgraduate programme with the Institute, we suggest you:

      1. Review the programmes on offer

Follow the links below to review the details of each of the programmes we offer including content, award, duration, fees and entry requirements.

      2. Contact us

We know it’s a big decision to commit to a course of study like this. Our Programme Managers are here to advise you about the programme that might best suit you and fit with what you want to achieve personally or in terms of your career. Contact us on +353 1 611 6500 or email [email protected]


      3. Co​me to an Open Evening

Come along to the Institute on Wednesday 17 August 2016 between 4pm and 6:30pm to get more information about our programmes.  This is a fantastic opportunity for you to explore your options with our Programme Managers and find the programme that will best suit you.  To register for the Open Evening please email [email protected]