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Learner Reviews & Feedback for FinTech and the Transformation in Financial Services by Copenhagen Business School

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About the Course

The FinTech revolution is rapidly transforming the financial industry. The use of digital technologies is the norm, and together with regulatory and market changes it is creating a revolution. After completion of the module, you'll be able to: describe the changes that influence the financial sector, understand the complexity of the payment infrastructure, identify and explain the key payment instruments and how they function, understand the types of money that exits, and recognize changes in the regulatory frameworks and how they inhibit or promote innovation. To begin, I recommend taking a few minutes to explore the course site. A good place to start is the navigation bar on the left. Click Course Content to see what material we’ll cover each week, as well preview the assignments you’ll need to complete to pass the course. Click Discussions to see forums where you can discuss the course material with fellow students taking the class. Be sure to introduce yourself to everyone in the Meet and Greet forum! This course should take about four weeks to complete. You can check out the recommended course schedule below to see a quick overview of the lessons and assignments you’ll complete each week. By the time you finish this course, you’ll have mastered mastered the transformational forces of digitalization and the new competitive dynamics it gives rise to, learned from leading financial companies and seen inspirational examples from the digital masters. Good luck as you get started. I look forward to seeing you in class!...

Top reviews

KG
May 30, 2019

The assessments were excellent. Initially, I did have hesitation in getting started, but got hooked to the assessments. Thank you to Kavya and Steve, our Program Managers who encouraged us everyday.

IS
Apr 22, 2019

complete view of the businesses related to each type, separated into different sections, but with a clear explanations that the different types are interlinked into a bigger picture

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By Shikha C

May 31, 2020

Content of the course is really genaeral and very less also. There should b in depth knowlegde of each topic. But the topics are very well synchronized.

By Abdulrahman A

Jan 24, 2021

there is alot of missing content such as unavailable websites and some of then needs subscription also the translation is always earlier 0.5 seconds

By Tor H

Feb 14, 2018

Found the questions slightly basic, and some are less relevant as they only check if you have paid attention and not really check your understanding

By Anirudh G I

Jul 9, 2020

The quizzes are flawed and the language isn't entirely accurate. Course instructors need to improve this course on a priority basis.

By Evanthia S

Apr 21, 2021

Links to few resources (articles, videos) were not functioning and responses to tests were not mentioned in the training videos.

By Neeraj B

Sep 4, 2018

While the course content is good, some videos end abruptly. Plus there is less teaching and more stuff to read from the internet

By Senthil K A

May 20, 2020

More complicated questions. Few questions we couldt find answer even though we attempt many times with all alternatives.

By David

Aug 20, 2018

Just scratch the surface. In many cases, the articles selected are just opinions and not fact/research based.

By Rakibul H

Oct 11, 2018

The course is good but quite backdated for me. Some of the links doesn't work. This course need to updated.

By Lewis D

May 13, 2019

Some of the material and videos linked to as part of the course were not of a high 'academic' standard.

By BRYAN R P C

Jul 10, 2020

El curso estuvo muy bueno, sin embargo deberían realizar ejercicios prácticos más que solo teoría.

By deepak k m

Apr 22, 2020

outdated information and some links are not opening ,interaction should also be there

By Andrea G

Sep 6, 2019

I like it but: some links are not working. too many reading and too little lesson.

By SYED D H N

Apr 27, 2020

good course. would have been more attractive if material was presented in videos

By Pelin C I

Jun 15, 2020

Level is much lower than expected. Teacher is not engaging. I do not recommend.

By Suresh R

Feb 16, 2018

Lectures are good however would have enjoyed more with a better acce

By Dusan T

Jul 19, 2020

It would be rated better if there was no annoying Module 4 test.

By Yash A

Jul 23, 2018

Assignment 4 was not at all upto the mark.

By Tomas M

Nov 16, 2017

Good base ground. Need fintech updates

By Vinay V D

Dec 18, 2020

to add more videos and case studies

By Daniel N

Jan 24, 2020

Some links for reading didnt work

By suresh

Sep 17, 2018

too much of text reading

By Jay K J

May 3, 2020

Good

By Maarten K

Jul 19, 2020

Interesting contents, good introduction.

First two chapters are quite alright. Later modules have received less attention from the makers. The readings often consist of references to Wikipedia pages and magazine articles (which are missing some depth and sometimes require registration). I found that one video transcript resembled the Wikipedia page about that topic a lot...

Some video's stop before the lecturer has stopped speaking...

It doesn't seem like the course is being updated as there are a number of broken links (preventing of hindering you to pass assessments). Assessment questions could be better as there is too much room for interpretation.

A lot of participants have complained about the assessments in the discussion forums, but no reaction from moderators for years. If you want a certificate for this course, prepare to be frustrated!

By Christian L

Nov 21, 2017

The content was okay, but there were several points, I did not like about the course. As a summary, much less professional than other courses.

1) There were many references to public sources like youtube or wikipedia - the reason for subscribing here is just to learn more than from these public sources.

2) In the video, there not much good visualisation to support the presentation (e.g. no or small graphics)

3) The editing of the videos is not always good, a couple of times, the video is just cut off in the end.

4) The Danish professor was not always easy to unterstand.

5) In the quizzes, it was not always clear how to answer (e.g. the answer consisted of three words which had to be given separated by comma, but there was no hint how to do it, so you had to try & error)