Developed by Cass Business School and the CII, the MSc in
Insurance & Risk Management explores the growing relationship
between insurance, risk management and financial services. The
programme combines a practical approach with sound theory,
providing the all-round skills and knowledge necessary for success
in a competitive global business environment.
This course will help you understand how to identify, control
and finance risk by combining insurance programmes, hedging
strategies and techniques such as Alternative Risk Transfer
Holders of the CII Advanced Diploma in Insurance who have
completed in the last 6 years, with at least 70% having been
completed by direct CII examination, can apply to take a fast track
route to completion, which offers exemptions from four of the
compulsory eight core units.
For those not eligible for the fast track route, the MSc in
Insurance & Risk Management may still be accessible dependent
on an applicant's educational background. Please check the degree
entry requirements on the Cass website for full details. Upon
competition of the MSc, non-fast track students will receive up to
210 credits towards the Diploma/Advanced Diploma in Insurance and
will be exempt from the core educational requirements (the 'Major
Achievement' element) of the CII Felllowship should they wish to
study for this after completing the Advanced Diploma.
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- Full-time - approximately 8 months (12 months for non-Advanced
Diploma holders), which follows a 2 week induction and 3 term
- Part-time - approximately 20 months (24 months for non-Advanced
Diploma holders), typically involves a late afternoon session and
an evening session each week.
- Part-time - £14,000 (£7,000 per annum)
Fees include up to a 25% discount for CII
Advanced Diploma in Insurance holders.
The above fees apply to the 2017/18 academic year.
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* Subjects researched for the CII Fellowship dissertation
(typically 5,000 words) can be enhanced to meet the requirements of
the MSc dissertation (8,000 words).
full details visit the Cass Business School website »