Master in Financial Auditing and Risks
The Master not only goes into depth of accounting and other aspects of the auditing field but also devotes various chapters to thorough knowledge of those financial products most used by financial institutions and by the treasury departments of big companies. Finally, it also covers those aspects related to the different types of risks faced by people who operate in financial markets and of which an auditor should have in depth knowledge.
Duration, Calendar and Schedule
The Master Specialised in Financial Auditing lasts for 501 lectur hours.
The timetable for the classes is:
- Fridays from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
- Saturdays from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The Master in Financial Auditing and Risks is mainly aimed at: Bachelors in Economics and Business Science, Bachelors in Business Administration, External Auditors, Internal Auditors, Financial departments of big companies, Financial departments of Brokerage firms, Financial departments of Collective Investment Institutions, Financial management of financial institutions, and Risk control departments, plus anybody interested in developing their professional career in the field of financial auditing.
People interested in following the Master Specialised in Financial Auditing should send the following documentation to IEB (C/ Alfonso XI nº 6 - 28014 Madrid):
- Updated Curriculum Vitae
- Two letters of recommendation
- Academic record
Each candidate will be required to attend a personal interview with the Admission Committee.
Cost, Financing and Grants
The cost of the Master is 18,500 Euros, which includes the following costs related to the trip to the London School of Economics: teaching staff, plane fares, lodging and LSE diploma.
The IEB can provide a list of financial institutions that offer advantageous financing conditions.