Part time Master's Degree in Corporate Finance in Europe

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Corporate Finance

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

A Master degree in Corporate Finance will let graduates operate in different challenging scenarios with very specific tools and capabilities. It will involve knowledge of the financial sector, which is crucial for any corporation, and techniques from Financial Management.

In all, there are over 4000 Higher Education Institutions in Europe offering a wide range of courses at Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate level. With more and more of these organizations offering English as the language of education for at least some of their degree programs, universities in Europe are now of higher quality than ever before. Universities in Europe offer a friendly welcome to foreign students and to give a course of knowledge that meets their profession needs in today’s global demand.

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International Corporate Finance (MICF)

Universitatea De Vest Din Timisoara
Campus Part time 2 years September 2017 Romania Timisoara

Faculty of Economics and Business Administration is the largest faculty within the West University of Timisoara. Within this framework, the Finance Department has an unique position, by offering one of the most attractive career paths for both Romanian youth and foreign citizens willing to study in a multicultural educational environment. The Finance Department is strongly interconnected with public and private financial institutions/companies, recruitment agencies and successfully collaborating practitioners for providing an educational package adapted to the labor market` needs, a consistent internship program and a fast graduates` employment process in the labor market [+]

Top Part time Masters in Corporate Finance in Europe. Faculty of Economics and Business Administration is the largest faculty within the West University of Timisoara. Within this framework, the Finance Department has an unique position, by offering one of the most attractive career paths for both Romanian youth and foreign citizens willing to study in a multicultural educational environment. The Finance Department is strongly interconnected with public and private financial institutions/companies, recruitment agencies and successfully collaborating practitioners for providing an educational package adapted to the labor market` needs, a consistent internship program and a fast graduates` employment process in the labor market. Subject area: MICF offers a solid foundation of business practices, financial principles and skills that underpin a company's financial decisions. Duration and price: The MICF` students gain the necessary skills in the financial management of the company to suit their career aspirations by a full-time study (2 years - classes are available during evening hours). The applied component: In order to develop knowledge and skills for specific career paths in the financial institutions` world, master students carry out various team projects, case studies - business simulation software for companies, capital markets transactions, and they participate in work-shops and conferences. Main course titles 1st Year International Financial Management Corporate Governance Corporate Social Responsability & Strategy Behavioral Finance Corporate Finance CorporateTaxation Financial Institution Management 2nd Year Advanced Financial Statement Analysis Financial Risks Modelling and Management Mergers&Aquisitions Portofolio Management CorporateValuation Internships Potential labour market positions following graduation Credit institutions/commercial banks: top-management, cash-management, officers, operations managers, consultants, credit analysts, risk managers; Public institutions: top-management, financial advisors, auditors, treasurers, liquidators, internal auditors; National/multinational companies: top-management, tax consultants, investment analysts, insurance agents, risk capital/venture capital agents; Investment firms: top-management, securities consultants, fund managers shares/debentures, brokers. [-]

Master in Wealth Management

University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Luxembourg

The Master in Wealth Management (MWM) aims to educate and train future wealth managers. The programme combines traditional finance subjects with person-, legal- and tax-centric subjects such as client relationship management, estate planning, ethics and international taxation. [+]

The Master in Wealth Management (MWM) aims to educate and train future wealth managers. The programme combines traditional finance subjects with person-, legal- and tax-centric subjects such as client relationship management, estate planning, ethics and international taxation. Graduates will be able to find jobs in private banks, foundations, family offices, consultancy firms, insurance companies, investment firms, among others. The curriculum is made up of 28 courses, taught over short intensive periods, a module in Singapore, and an internship. The MWM was developed by the Luxembourg School of Finance (LSF) in cooperation with the Private Banking Group Luxembourg (PBGL) to meet the continuous need for talented and well-trained specialists in the continuously growing field of Wealth Management. All students will have an academic supervisor and a personal industry mentor who provide guidance and support for their academic and professional development. The teaching staff includes leading academics from the University of Luxembourg and other universities, as well as industry specialists with extensive experience and networks in their subject areas. The programme is offered in a full-time and in a part-time format. The PBGL-affiliated banks offer several part-time positions which enable candidates to finance their studies and put their newly acquired skills and knowledge into practice. Overview Wealth Management refers to the provision of customised financial services, such as portfolio management and financial planning, to High Net worth Individuals (HNWIs). Wealth managers are advisors that are experts in finance, taxation, estate planning and risk management. They closely follow their clients’ personal and financial circumstances and understand their preferences and goals. Wealth Managers can work for private companies, trusts, foundations or family offices, or can be independent advisors. Most wealth managers are account managers at Private Banks or the Private Banking divisions of large global banks. Wealth Management is an important and growing sector: during the first decade of the millennium assets under management in private banking doubled and reached more than 17 trillion dollar by the end of 2010. Luxembourg based banks have market share of 6% in the sector. For additional statistics on Wealth Management in Luxembourg see: http://www.abbl.lu/statistics Despite the importance of wealth management in the economy, very few dedicated degree programmes on the discipline exist. The Master in Wealth Management is one of the world's first professional Master programmes in Wealth Management. he Private Banking Group Luxembourg (PBGL) is a group within the Luxembourg Bankers’ Association (www.abbl.lu), a professional organisation representing the majority of banks and other financial intermediaries established in Luxembourg. Its purpose lies in defending and fostering the professional interests of its members. In 2010 the PBGL and the University of Luxembourg started working on an academic degree in Private Banking, and developed a curriculum that is unique in the world as it covers all aspects of Wealth Management. The University supplies the academic staff, teaching venues and administrative support. The PBGL supplies professional trainers, traineeship - and job opportunities. The result is the Master in Wealth Management programme, which was approved by the University in 2012. Curriculum The curriculum of the MWM is unique in the world, as it combines pure finance courses with law, tax and communication courses, so as to perfectly cover the skill and knowledge set of successful wealth managers. The 28 courses offered in the programme are divided into investment-centric courses (equities, bonds, real estate, hedge funds, derivatives, alternative investments, etc.), client-centric courses (personal portfolio management, estate planning, communication, tax-planning, etc.) and courses on laws and ethics. After earning 52 ECTS credits, students will put into practice their newly learned skills and knowledge in an internship or, for part-time students, a Master’s thesis. Teaching in the MWM programme is participative and practice oriented. For all courses (even the most technical and factual ones), we will involve practitioners drawn from the PBGL group to elaborate on the practical significance of the material learned. For some of the most “core” wealth management courses - such as private wealth management - panel discussions with experienced private bankers and realistic case-studies will be central to the transfer of knowledge. Several courses will be given over the course of one to three full days of teaching. Other courses may be taught over a series of half days. This concentrated format - as opposed to spreading out the courses and having two or more subjects each day - is highly successful in the existing LSF MSc. of Banking and Finance. Students value the opportunity to spend one or more days exclusively with their course lecturer(s), and for visiting professors this format is more efficient. Most courses will have written examinations at least one week after the final day of the course, but before five weeks after the final class day of a course. This gives the students sufficient time to study the material learned and reflect upon the course while not being unduly long after the last class. Some courses will have individual (take home) assignments instead of the written exam. Class participation, team assignments, and presentations may also be part of the final mark for each course. Course marks are given on a scale of 20, with 10/20 being a passing mark. Students who do not achieve a passing mark, can take a resit exams, mostly at the end of the programme. Academic supervisors and industry mentors The programme is very personal. Each student will be assigned an academic supervisor and an industry mentor, with whom he or she will have periodic meetings. The role of the academic supervisor is to provide counsel and advice for all academic aspects of the programme. He or she will be a faculty member of Luxembourg School of Finance and will monitor the academic progress of the student. The personal industry mentor will be a private banker of one of the PBGL-banks, with whom the student develops a personal and professional relationship during his/her studies, focussing on the student’s professional development. The mentor will introduce the student to the practical aspects of wealth management, through visits, lunch meetings, or corporate events. The industry mentor may also provide contacts or resources that are relevant to the student’s career. Courses The 28 courses offered in the programme are divided over the following five study blocks: Global Investment Solutions Alternative Investments Personal Portfolio Planning Relationship Management Laws and Ethics The courses in modules 1 and 2 are investment centric. They introduce and explain the basic investment instruments available to wealth management clients, as well as the basic concepts of return, risk, liquidity and diversification. These blocks will offer all the necessary knowledge and understanding of the foundations of modern day finance and portfolio management. The courses in modules 3 and 4 are client centric. We will focus on individual preferences, needs, circumstances, and cultural backgrounds, including family situations and fiscal environments. These blocks enable ability to recognise, classify and analyse clients´ needs. Students will learn about sources and uses of wealth, taxation, estate planning, and personal preferences and biases. In the courses in block 4, students will learn how to convey their analysis and ideas verbally and in writing. They will hone their presentation skills and learn about cultural barriers and how to overcome these. Module 5 is legal centric, and treats with the legal and ethical frameworks in the industry. Students will learn about financial laws and directives, and legal structures in different countries. They will learn about banks’ internal governance and control systems and the compliance task. Students will also study and fine-tune their moral compass, particularly regarding financial issues. After taking 28 courses in the above blocks students will be able to put practice their newly learned skills and knowledge in a traineeship project, to be documented in a Master’s thesis. Internship or Master’s Thesis As an integral part of the programme, full-time students are required to perform an internship for a period not less than 12 weeks. Students are free to seek the internship that suits their interests and objectives, provided that the nature of the internship is in relation to Wealth Management.. The LSF provide assistance in finding an internship with a private bank or non-bank financial services company of the Luxembourg financial centre. A wide variety of internships representing a range of different business activities in the financial centre are available. Part-time students are required to present a Master’s Thesis on a subject of their related to Wealth Management. Internships and Master’s theses are supervised by an LSF faculty member. Eligibility Criteria To be eligible for a place in the MWM, candidates must have a: Master’s I degree (240 ECTS), or four-year Bachelor’s degree (240 ECTS), or three-year Bachelor’s degree (180 ECTS) with 3 years’ subsequent professional experience; and a strong command of written and spoken English. Students can apply for either: The full time programme, The part-time programme, or The part-time programme and simultaneously, a part-time job at one of the PBGL affiliated banks. [-]

Master of Business Management and Corporate Finance (BMCF)

University of Finance and Administration-VSFS
Campus Part time 4 semesters September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The fully accredited study program taught in English has enriched our university study portfolio in the most topical trends in managing corporate processes in today’s dynamic business world. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Corporate Finance in Europe. Business Management and Corporate Finance (BMCF) (Master degree study program taught in ENGLISH) The fully accredited study program taught in English - offered in full-time and part-time form of study – has enriched our university study portfolio in the most topical trends in managing corporate processes in today’s dynamic business world. We reflect these business trends and the study program is being offered in the attractive specialization “Trade & Marketing” out of which we have also in its Czech version one of the most successful outcomes in terms of our graduates job placement at the market. Throughout all the study, the theoretical base is systematically complemented by practical examples from both domestic and international companies and students acquire practical skills to help with their theoretical knowledge. Lectures in the program are undertaken exclusively in English and are being led by the experienced native and local lecturers, as well as the top managers from the export oriented companies. Why to study BUSINESS MANAGEMENT at VSFS Prague? Fully ACCREDITED study program in English EXPERIENCED lecturers Tuitions with TOP MANAGERS of export oriented companies Reflection of the MARKET TRENDS Implementation of real BUSINESS NEEDS into tuitions COMPLEXITY which future manager needs (not only a narrow specialisation) Building ties with ACHIEVERS and lobbying You’ll acquire competence in: Company management in the growth period as well as in crises Managing the business at the traditional and emerging territories Interconnection between theory and practice Building ties with achievers and lobbying Your profession / You will succeed in: Management positions in trading as well as manufacturing companies Banks and investment companies Consulting, accounting and auditing companies Area of private companies’ development or their restructuring Expert positions in multinational corporations Unique Opportunity: You can join BMCF study with MBA as JOINT DEGREE M VSFS, in cooperation with City University of Seattle, USA offer Unique program Joint Degree M to achieve two internationally recognized degrees. Ing. From VSFS and MBA from City University of Seattle. Admission requirements Completed Application Form Successful completion of Bachelor level of education Certified copy of a nostrification from your Bachelor diploma Admission Examination in English: The language test examines the applicant’s language skills and the knowledge of basic economic concepts. (VSFS recognizes a number of English Language tests which can be undertaken to meet the University’s English language requirements: FCE, TOEFL (iBT 64), IELTS (band 5.5).) Applicants may attend Business English Preparatory Course Tuition and fees Tuition payments are selected individually by each student according to the individual financial plan, when signing the learning agreement. Syllabus / study format Selected Basic Courses Business Management Fundamentals of Law, Civil and Business Law Corporate Finance International Business Relations Accounting & Auditing Business Financial Resources Personnel Management Customer Relationship Management Investment Decision Making Controlling Form of study Full-time study – 4 semesters, four days a week, from Monday till Thursday – in Prague Part-time study – 4 semesters, in workshops – roughly 10 workshops per semester (Mondays from 14:00 till 20:45 o’clock) – in Prague [-]

Master in Corporate Finance

Rostov State University of Economics
Campus Part time 2 years September 2017 Russia Rostov-on-Don

Master in Corporate Finance postgraduate course is designed to train specialists familiar with contemporary theory and practice in the field of corporate finance and capable of using this knowledge in the financial activity of corporate, state and public or insurance institutions with making the best choices of the investment and financing ways... [+]

Master in Corporate Finance Master in Corporate Finance postgraduate course is designed to train specialists familiar with contemporary theory and practice in the field of corporate finance and capable of using this knowledge in the financial activity of corporate, state and public or insurance institutions with making the best choices of the investment and financing ways. The course offers advanced studying and integrated skills development in the lines of financial relations building, special techniques and methods of financial activity and investments, financial modeling in decision making for investing, financial reporting, financial risk decreasing and financial sustainability, introduction and application of modern financial tools. Special attention is paid to application of active learning techniques within the course, such as master classes with leading experts, business games and practical operations modeling, case studies, using real companies’ financial experience in research papers. Core modules Scientific research methods Shadow finance processes Corporate Finance (Advanced) Financial investment management Corporate Tax Planning Instrumental tools for finance decision making Data support for corporate finance management Contemporary issues of finance Finance and credit system and financial markets Financial, monetary and credit methods of economy regulation Financial analysis Financial Mathematics for decision making Corporate Financial Risks Corporate Financial Strategy Financial modeling for investment decisions Corporate assets management Corporate budget planning and financial screening Elective Modules Consolidated financial statement Financial innovations for corporate financing Corporate finance for international business International accounting, reporting and audit standards Financial stabilization and crisis management Modern financial operation practice Securities appraisal Corporate price policy [-]

Executive Master In Corporate Finance

Centro de Estudios Garrigues
Campus Part time 280 hours October 2017 Spain Madrid

The Executive Master Program in Corporate Finance provides a complete, practical, systematic and updated the various services [+]

Executive Master in Corporate Finance

The Executive Master Program in Corporate Finance provides a complete, practical, systematic and updated the various services provided within it, and combines the financial accounting and legal and tax issues that each of the possible operations involved.

The program's methodology appropriately combines the different dimensions of financial education and integrate the technical and financial aspects of the legal-contractual peculiarities of corporate finance, and the more theoretical aspects with practical application to individual cases and cases drawn from life real.

The course is organized depending on the availability of proper time working professionals, notwithstanding the time of study and preparation of cases on an individual or group which may be required. ... [-]