Our programmes

 The IIMR is associated with the University of Buckingham in the UK.

MSc Programmes

The University of Buckingham offers two MSc programmes: MSc Money, Banking and Central Banking; and MSc Money, Banking and Wealth Management. They  are designed to offer specialised teaching in banking and financial markets.

Download the prospectus for the postgraduate programmes

PG Certificate in Money, Banking and Central Banking

The Postgraduate Certificate in Money, Banking and Central Banking is taught 100% online. This makes it a good choice for people who wish to study alongside their career or who live abroad. The programme focuses on changes in the banking and financial markets during and since the Global Financial Crisis.

Download the prospectus for the postgraduate programmes

Professional Training Courses

The Institute also provides bespoke professional courses and corporate training on Money and Central Banking, which can be tailored to suit the specific needs, strategy, and culture of your organisation. The courses are taught at a very high policy level by professionals and academics with many years of experience, including advisors to Parliaments and Central Banks in different jurisdictions. Amongst others: Tim Congdon (IIMR), Damian Pudner (IIMR), Geoffrey Wood (University of Buckingham), Juan Castaneda (Vinson Centre) and Forrest Capie (Cass Business School).

Find out more about professional courses.


If you would like to apply for an internship with the Institute, please contact the Director, damian.pudner@buckingham.ac.uk.

Read below a quote from a previous intern.

“The overall experience of the internship was very positive. The projects I worked on allowed me to make good use of the theoretical and practical skills that I have learned in the class room. As an international student it also helped me to understand how monetary systems function in different parts of the world. I also really appreciated how flexible and helpful everyone at The Institute was.

Jorge Alejandro Mejia, Autumn 2018