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Program Offers Masters Degree in Central Banking


The work of central banking has become ever more complicated since the global financial crisis ushered in an era of unconventional policy tools a decade ago. Now the Kuala Lumpur-based Asia School of Business is launching a full-time Master of Central Banking degree to help meet the challenges.

Aimed at mid-career central bank officials, the year-long residential program, slated to begin next summer, will include six weeks of study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The bill: $88,000, including travel and accommodation.

Its website says the program is “designed to nurture central bankers for a future of fast-changing financial markets and an increasingly digitalized world.” The curriculum includes monetary policy, financial stability, reserve management, digital technology and crisis management, among other topics.

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This article was originally published on Bloomberg News

To learn more about the Master of Central Banking program, please visit: Master in Central Banking