Co-owned by the Kansas and Nebraska Bankers Associations, the Schools of Banking has been providing quality, cost-effective education for Midwest bankers for nearly 50 years. Week-long schools are offered in the areas of compliance, lending principles, banking fundamentals, ag lending, trust and financial services, commercial lending and general banking, along with two three-day schools on sales management and operations. School locations alternate between Kansas and Nebraska. With 99.6% of our students indicating they would recommend our Schools, we are proud of our history of banker-driven education.
Graduate Banking Schools
KBA is pleased to have a close affiliation with two graduate schools serving bankers in Kansas and throughout the country. These leadership development programs provide the tools you need to be successful in your banking career. Explore a broad range of electives, learn from talented faculty and participate in hands-on learning projects. At graduate school, you’ll gain access to the tools and knowledge that will further your banking careers – and gain lifelong friendships along the way. We strong urge you to make graduate school studies a key component in your management development efforts.
The Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison offers four affiliate programs in addition to their graduate school. Each is designed for a specific audience who wish to gain knowledge in the following areas of study:
KBA is pleased to offer several scholarships to Kansas bankers for attendance at the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado, the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and the Human Resource Management School. Applications are accepted between November and February each year. A scholarship is also awarded to a graduate of the Schools of Banking’s “School of Banking Fundamentals” to be applied toward attendance at the Advanced School of Banking. Don’t leave money on the table…make plans to apply today. Contact Becky Tongish
for more information.