Graduate Schools of Banking
The Graduate Schools of Banking offer specific classes and seminars to bankers looking to gain further education in a classroom setting. These challenging courses make these schools the most prestigious banking schools in the nation.
Graduate School of Banking at Colorado
Preparing the Next Generation of Community Bank Leaders
65th Annual School Session: July 12-24, 2015
The Graduate School of Banking at Colorado (GSBC) will host its 65th Annual School Session, July 12-24, 2015, on the beautiful University of Colorado campus in Boulder, Colorado. GSBC offers the premier educational experience for community bankers!
Since 1950, the GSBC Experience has developed leaders within the banking industry and their communities. GSBC offers its students an all-encompassing curriculum that provides a broadened knowledge of the banking industry and the tools to tackle the challenges of an ever-changing economic environment. The networking opportunities with other bankers, regulators and expert faculty from across the country are invaluable and impact the careers and personal lives of our students and alumni well beyond graduation. Students and graduates will return to their organization energized and motivated to implement the new skills and ideas garnered at GSBC!
Visit www.GSBColorado.org or call 800.272.5138 today to learn more about the benefits of attending the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado!
Executive Development Institute for Community Banks
Community banking is changing rapidly, and the next generation of leaders must prepare now to remain viable. GSBC's Executive Development Institute for Community Banks is a program for the next generation of C-level executives at community banks.
Each year CBA offers one $1,000 per year scholarship to GSBC. Since 1950, leaders in the banking industry have depended on the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado for the ideas and strategies necessary to confront the challenges they are faced with in a fast-paced, competitive financial environment and to realize their leadership potential. If you would like additional information on how to apply, please contact CBA at 303-825-1575.
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Graduate School of Banking - Madison, WI
August 2-14, 2015
Used to be, banking was banking. But today, the cookie-cutter days of traditional banking have disappeared, replaced by a more complex recipe: banks, thrifts, credit unions, insurance companies and brokerage firms all getting into each other's traditional line of work, all competing for each other's customers. The GSB Senior Management Seminar addresses these changing relationships, with a curriculum that is as new as the challenges bank executives face. We've also designed the program so you can customize it to fit your individual interests and needs.
The Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (GSB) was established in 1945 through the efforts of Dr. Herbert V. Prochnow (who went on to become President of the First National Bank of Chicago), the Dean of the UW School of Commerce, and the Wisconsin Bankers Association. GSB's Graduate School program provides a comprehensive course of study covering industry and management subjects designed to prepare mid and upper level financial services managers for positions of greater responsibility in their organizations.
- Senior Management Seminars designed for senior banking professionals, this advanced strategic issues in bank management program
- A Human Resource Management School that provides HR professionals with both a basic understanding of the business of banking and an opportunity to explore current human resource issues
- An Advanced Human Resource Management Seminar, that is designed for graduates of the GSB Human Resource Management School
- A Financial Managers School designed by financial institution CFOs for financial institution financial managers, this week-long school goes beyond the basics to present best practices
In addition to these residential programs, GSB undertakes a variety of other activities that enhance the School's value to the banking industry. These activities include:
- Development and delivery of special topic online seminars for banking professionals.
- International Bankers Program -- a special two-week program of study for international bankers who seek a greater understanding of American Banking.
- For more information visit www.gsb.org.
Scholarship for Graduate School
The scholarship amount is $1,250.00 for each year of the student’s attendance (approximately 1/3 of the annual tuition fees) for a total value of $3,900.
Please note: This scholarship is for people who will be entering their first year at GSB. A separate application for the School must be completed via the GSB website: https://www.gsb.org/gbp_reg.htm
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