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CISI Educational Trust Award

The ICMA Centre is pleased to announce the CISI Educational Trust Award.

The award will consist of £2,500 and will be awarded to the student with the best overall marks in one of the ICMA Centre’s full time Masters degree programmes.

The CISI Educational Trust Award will be presented at the ICMA Centre on Graduation Day (Friday 5th July – details to be confirmed).

The award is in addition to a number of other annual Prizes, that see the best performing students of both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes rewarded each year.

This is a fantastic prize for our highest achieving student, who will have worked hard all year on the MSc programmes “ stated Professor Adrian Bell, Head of the ICMA Centre “Our relationship with the CISI is one of the most important we have and this is demonstrated by the receipt of this valued award.”

The award is part of an on going relationship between the ICMA Centre and the CISI. In January 2008 the ICMA Centre was named as a CISI Centre of Excellence, and recognised as offering leadership in academic education on financial markets.

For more information about the CISI and the diploma please visit the website.

The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) is the largest professional body for those who work in the securities and investment industry in the UK and in a growing number of major financial centres around the world. Formed in 1992 by London Stock Exchange practitioners, the CISI now has more than 40,000 members in 89 countries. The Institute offers qualifications, training and industry membership. The mission of the CISI mission is to set standards of conduct and ethics for participants in the securities and investments industry, and to provide qualifications for such professionals.

Published 13 May 2013

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