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Master's in Banking and Finance

2019/2020 · 60 credits

Quality assurance

All UDC centers have a Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS), verified by the Agency to Calidade do Sistema Universitario de Galicia (ACSUG) and ANECA in FIDES programs and AUDIT, respectively, and in accordance with the standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA. Within IQAS centers integrate all their degrees and masters. IQAS procedures established who and how to follow up and monitoring of the results and the student's learning process in the titration, establishing coordinating bodies and mechanisms, evaluation and continuous improvement of the studies, which are the academic comittee and the quality assurance commision of center.

Learning outcomes

The IQAS establish how UDC centers measure and analyze the learning outcomes. To do the IQAS uses rates and global indicators for assessing the quality of training provided. Included among the results, in addition to the fees included in the title verification reports (efficiency rates, graduation and dropout), assessment rates, success and performance. We compare the results obtained in the title with the center's results for each indicator.

Academic years results

Quality assurance

To ensure that the title is developed in accordance with the verification report presented the center conducts an annual monitoring report in accordance with the procedures of the center IQAS and results. This report is reviewed by the ACSUG, external evaluation agency.

The outcome of this analysis will emerge corrective actions and improvement proposals that achieve the intended objectives and the improvement of the degree.

Committees

In order to ensure proper standards and quality at UDC, an academic management committee and a quality assurance committee are appointed for each faculty/school. In addition to, each faculty/school will be able to establish a specific academic management committee of the study.

Gómez Suárez, Manuel Alberto
Presidente
García Lorenzo, Antonio
Vicepresidente
Mariz Pérez, Rosa María
Vicepresidente
Lema Fernández, Carmen Socorro
Secretario/a
Mirás Araujo, Jesús
Vocal PDI
Lage Rodríguez, Emilio Francisco
Vocal Estudiante
Prol Conde, María Josefa
Vocal PAS
Álvarez García, Begoña
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Ruíz Lamas, Fernando Carlos
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Pena López, José Atilano
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Sánchez Sellero, María Carmen
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Rodríguez Fernández, María Magdalena
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Vizcaíno González, Marcos
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Nodar Vázquez, José
Administrador/a del centro
Calvo Silvosa, Anxo Ramón
Presidente
Mourelle Espasandín, Estefanía
Vicepresidente
Álvarez Domínguez, María América
Secretario/a
García-Carro Peña, María Beatriz
Vocal PDI
Muiño Vázquez, María Flora
Vocal PDI
Sánchez de Paz, Elena M. Montserrat
Vocal PDI
Fernández Redondo, Marta María
Vocal PDI
Lage Rodríguez, Emilio Francisco
Vocal Estudiante
Vieito Blanco, María Eugenia
Vocal PAS
Álvarez García, Begoña
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Pena López, José Atilano
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Ruíz Lamas, Fernando Carlos
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Sánchez Sellero, María Carmen
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Rodríguez Fernández, María Magdalena
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Vizcaíno González, Marcos
Vocal Coordinador de Título
Nodar Vázquez, José
Administrador/a del centro

Study facts

Study data

Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2018/2019 50
Men 2018/2019 29
Women 2018/2019 21
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2018/2019 1,482
Credits on 1st enrollment 2018/2019 1,280
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2018/2019 91
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2018/2019 111
% credits repeated 2018/2019 13.63
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2018/2019 29.64
SEGUIMIENTO rates Period Value
Leaving rate 2016/2017 38.1

Centre data

Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2018/2019 2,098
Men 2018/2019 1,132
Women 2018/2019 966
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2018/2019 111,300
Credits on 1st enrollment 2018/2019 80,710
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2018/2019 18,830
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2018/2019 11,710
% credits repeated 2018/2019 27.45
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2018/2019 53.03

Study data

Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2017/2018 49
Men 2017/2018 21
Women 2017/2018 28
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2017/2018 1,364
Credits on 1st enrollment 2017/2018 1,168
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2017/2018 94
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2017/2018 102
% credits repeated 2017/2018 14.37
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2017/2018 27.84
Evaluation rate 2017/2018 85.7
Success rate 2017/2018 97.6
Performance rate 2017/2018 83.65
SEGUIMIENTO rates Period Value
Efficiency rate 2017/2018 90.08
Graduation rate 2016/2017 33.33
Leaving rate 2015/2016 0

Centre data

Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2017/2018 2,070
Men 2017/2018 1,068
Women 2017/2018 1,002
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2017/2018 112,800
Credits on 1st enrollment 2017/2018 84,620
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2017/2018 16,810
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2017/2018 11,350
% credits repeated 2017/2018 24.97
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2017/2018 54.48
Evaluation rate 2017/2018 83.96
Success rate 2017/2018 75.42
Performance rate 2017/2018 63.32

Study data

Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2016/2017 54
Men 2016/2017 25
Women 2016/2017 29
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2016/2017 1,196
Credits on 1st enrollment 2016/2017 974
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2016/2017 123
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2016/2017 99
% credits repeated 2016/2017 18.56
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2016/2017 22.15
Evaluation rate 2016/2017 65.22
Success rate 2016/2017 96.15
Performance rate 2016/2017 62.71
SEGUIMIENTO rates Period Value
Efficiency rate 2016/2017 83.33
Graduation rate 2015/2016 36.36
Leaving rate 2014/2015 4.76

Centre data

Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2016/2017 2,086
Men 2016/2017 1,074
Women 2016/2017 1,012
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2016/2017 113,700
Credits on 1st enrollment 2016/2017 84,150
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2016/2017 18,330
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2016/2017 11,230
% credits repeated 2016/2017 25.99
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2016/2017 54.51
Evaluation rate 2016/2017 84.69
Success rate 2016/2017 76.57
Performance rate 2016/2017 64.85

Facts by subject

Success Not success Not presented

Módulo I: Unique

Monitoring and Inspection of Financial Instruments and Operations
20
0
0
Financial Markets
20
0
0
Applied Econometrics and Statistical Methods
19
1
0
Risk Management and Analysis
20
0
0
Financial Derivative Instruments
19
1
1
Macroeconomy in Open Economies
20
0
0
Financial Systems
20
1
0
Financial Asset Values
20
1
0
Accounting for Financial Instruments and Services
21
0
0
Banking
20
1
0
Information Systems
20
0
0
Financial Appraisal
20
1
0
Final Year Dissertation
18
0
31
Internships
14
0
1
Financial Intermediation Law
18
1
0
Financial Marketing
19
1
0

Success Not success Not presented

Módulo I: Unique

Monitoring and Inspection of Financial Instruments and Operations
13
0
0
Financial Markets
13
0
8
Applied Econometrics and Statistical Methods
13
0
8
Risk Management and Analysis
13
0
8
Financial Derivative Instruments
13
2
8
Macroeconomy in Open Economies
13
0
0
Financial Systems
11
2
0
Financial Asset Values
13
1
8
Accounting for Financial Instruments and Services
12
1
0
Banking
12
1
0
Information Systems
13
0
8
Financial Appraisal
17
1
8
Final Year Dissertation
10
0
36
Internships
12
0
0
Financial Intermediation Law
13
0
0
Financial Marketing
13
0
0

Success Not success Not presented

Módulo I: Unique

Monitoring and Inspection of Financial Instruments and Operations
22
0
0
Financial Markets
22
0
0
Applied Econometrics and Statistical Methods
23
0
0
Risk Management and Analysis
21
0
0
Financial Derivative Instruments
21
2
1
Macroeconomy in Open Economies
22
0
0
Financial Systems
22
0
1
Financial Asset Values
22
2
0
Accounting for Financial Instruments and Services
22
0
1
Banking
23
0
0
Information Systems
22
0
0
Financial Appraisal
14
5
0
Final Year Dissertation
16
0
41
Internships
20
0
3
Financial Intermediation Law
22
0
0
Financial Marketing
22
0
0

Master thesis works

These are the master thesis works that have been read in recent academic years.

Analysing economic and financial feasibility and value creation of a wind energy project in Uruguay

Analysis of the Spanish insurance sector: competition and concentration

Binary Options

Compound Options

Economic and Financial Analysis in view of bank restructuring based on some of its agents (2003-2018)

Financiarization in Spain; macroeconomic approach and non-financial companies perspective

introduction to Islamic finance

Investment in fixed income and variable income: Creation of an investment fund.

Money laundering: concept, techniques and country attractiveness

Online Banking in Spain: evolution and status of the issue

Risk managemet of fixed income assets

Start Up Finance

Study of Payment Cards from the Perspective of a Financial Entity. CaixaBank

The future of the APR in Spain: The effect of the new mortgage laws (iAJD), through packetization (insurances), and the delinquency rate.

The role of the exchange rate in economic activity : analysis of the situation in the emerging of China

The SEPA area: payment methods, regulation and evolution of the Payment services Directives

Analysis of a structured product: Guaranteed Investment Fund

Analysis of a structured product: reverse convertible

Analysis of a structured product: structured deposit

Empirical testing of the Fisher effect in 11 countries in the UE

Ethical banking, an alternative to the crisis? An analysis in perspective.

Evolution of Public Debt in Spain since the beginning of the crisis (2008-2017)

Financial analysis of livestock companies after the disappearance of the milk quota. Application of multivariate statistical techniques in R

Fintech in Spain: current situation and future perspectives

Household indebtedness and economic growth in Spain: a long-term analysis

Market risk, understanding and practical application to a group of Public Treasury bonds

Private fixed income emissions in Spain: with special mention to the securitization companies

Rating agencies: General aspects and analysis of the Credit Karma's case

Reciprocal Guarantee Societies

The finThe financing of Spanish non-financial corporations through the issuance of fixed-income securities

The formation of optimal portfolios: Markowitz, Sharpe and Black - Litterman models.

The Pension System in Spain. Current situation and future challenges

The role of uncertainty and volatility in stock market indices: Empirical analysis of the IBEX 35

Two banking restructurings: Spain and Ireland. Prospects for the future of retail banking

Offer places

Offer available places last year and, for degree studies, you can also check the cut notes of those admitted by PAAU.

academic year 2018/2019
General offer 30