Despite challenging global economic conditions risk management is an area of growth across all types of organisations. There is an increased demand for qualified risk professionals due to the increasingly global nature of business coinciding with increased regulatory pressures and compliance.
GCU is the only University in the UK to offer this type of undergraduate degree therefore creating an opportunity to be a graduate in demand. During your studies you will explore the applied risk management process from an organisational perspective covering areas such as the identification and management of strategic risks, managing ethics, compliance and conduct risks, business continuity management and project risk management.
The Risk Management (Hons) programme at Glasgow Caledonian University has excellent industry links with a key focus on the vocational aspects of risk management and is accredited by the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) and the Institute of Risk Management (IRM).
Leading companies come directly to GCU to recruit graduates from this programme. Graduates have gone on to work with Camelot, Network Rail, PricewaterhouseCoopers, GlaxoSmithKline, Scottish Power, Aviva, Lloyds of London, Balfour Beatty, Tesco Financial Services, local authorities and government organisations, Morgan Stanley, Marsh Inc, AON and the NHS.
Our BA(Hons) Risk Management programme is accredited by the CII, the world's largest professional body for insurance, risk and financial services.
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