Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management - Center For Post Graduate Studies

Center For Post Graduate Studies

The Center for Post Graduate Studies (CPGS) has been established in 1996 as an integral organ of BIBM with a view to conferring post-graduate degrees such as Masters in Bank Management (MBM). The MBM Program has been introduced in 1997 with affiliation of the National University. By this time (February 2011) 523 MBM graduates passed out from BIBM and almost all of them have joined the banking profession. Besides, 55 Evening MBM graduates passed out from BIBM since inception in 2006.

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Bangladesh Institute Of Bank Management - Center For Post Graduate Studies - Evening MBM (EMBM) Program
... The EMBM program begins with a sequence of fundamental/core courses like Business Communication and Report Writing, Principles of Accounting, Business Mathematics, Principles of Management, Principles and Practices of Banking, Business Statistics, Management of Financial Institutions, International Trade Payment and Finance, Credit Management in Banks etc ... Besides the core courses, the students have to choose two courses among a range of eight elective courses in the eighth term ...

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