Innovation in FinTech - Letterkenny
The programme, developed in consultation with industry, has a strong emphasis on communication and influencing to substantially develop the capability of graduates as innovating leaders of the future.
Who should apply?
Professionals looking to specialize in a senior Fintech role.
FinTech (Financial Services & Emerging Technologies)
Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Financial Services Regulations
Culture, Communication & Influencing
Action & Enquiry
Elective: Dissertation/ Work Based Learning Project
Applicants must be currently employed in the FinTech sector and hold a Level 8 degree in a FinTech related area, or an equivalent qualification. Applicants may also be eligible to apply on the grounds of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
Application form online www.stangelas.nuigalway.ie
Assessment is continuous, with each module assessed independently through e-tivities, discussion boards and a written assignment or equivalent.
For those who opt not to be assessed, participants may audit a module or modules and receive a Certificate of Attendance from the Centre for Special Educational Needs, Inclusion and Diversity.
30 ECTS - Postgraduate Certificate
60 ECTS - Postgraduate Diploma
2 years part-time, online.
Recommended 25-30 study hours per week, which includes lecture hours and self-guided study hours.
No attendance required.
Twice Annually (October and January)
Post Course Info
Follow up programmes elsewhere include:
Level 10 studies (Doctoral) at other Institutions and universities at home and abroad
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