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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Finance is the discipline concerned with the management of money and includes personal, corporate, and public finance. Though usually associated with asset and debt management in terms of investment banking, finance also includes other specializations like accounting and retirement planning.

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Masters In Management Accounting And Management Control

EAE Business School
Campus Part time 1 year October 2017 Spain Barcelona Madrid + 1 more

The Master in Management Accounting and Control is a modular structure through two different graduate programs: the Graduate Management Graduate Accounting and Management Control. [+]

Master in Management Accounting and Control

The Master in Management Accounting and Control is a modular structure through two different graduate programs: the Graduate Management Graduate Accounting and Management Control.

When running an organization in today's business ecosystem, with a globalized economy and increasingly competitive, information has become a basic factor in the decision making process. For this process can be developed efficiently is essential that the information that supports capture with total accuracy, the business reality that we face.

The accounts are presented as the best tool to capture all this financial information, and is a basic pillar when planning future strategies of the organization. The manager needs to have accurate and useful information for decision-making, and for that the accounts should be organized so that it is the hub of information and business management. ... [-]


Master In Financial Management

OBS Business School
Online Part time 12 months May 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Master in Financial Management OBS favors the development of managerial skills and a comprehensive education in finance. We offer a fully renovated and updated (with subjects related to venture capital, business valuation, derivatives, mergers and acquisitions) program, the most advanced international market, a key element in deciding to make a ... [+]

Master in Financial Management The Master in Financial Management OBS favors the development of managerial skills and a comprehensive education in finance. Here is a key element in deciding a course in an area that is evolving so quickly completely renovated and updated (with subjects related to venture capital, business valuation, derivatives, mergers and acquisitions) program, the most advanced international market, as finance. The program integrates all the necessary knowledge from the beginning of the business to growth, with the creation of a group of companies. Since the financial activity of an SME to the financial leadership of a group of companies and, therefore, the obligation to consolidate financial information. The students graduate in Management and Financial Management OBS-UB strengthen skills in line with demand trends of the global labor market and the requirements demanded by major companies seeking an expert in finance profile. Professional outings Some of the sectors that can work are: Investment banking Financial advisory boutiques Venture capital funds (venture capital) Private Banking NGOs and microfinance Hedge funds Private equity Asset Management Multinational companies Small and medium enterprises Regulatory bodies Multilateral financial institutions SWFs Family offices Objectives of the Master in Financial Management What goals are going to get? Make an assessment of the financial position of companies. Making investment decisions and financing, assessing their impact on the company. Knowing how the markets and how to evaluate the assets traded. Manage various financial risks to which the company is exposed. Knowing the global nature of business and the new role of CFOs. Designing financial strategies aligned with company strategy. Implement financial policies for the proper management of the treasury, investment or tax planning. Know the technological tools for information management. Encourage teamwork of people within the Finance Department. Assess the financial implications that entails a business growth or international activity. Get a second accredited by the most reputable business school in Spain, EAE Business School, as ranked Merco (2014) and guaranteed qualification for a major public universities in Spain, the University of Barcelona (UB), with more than 560 year history. Curriculum Master in Financial Management The program is divided into 5 sections: FINANCE: Finance Department. FUNDING: Funding sources; international finances. INVESTMENT Investment selection; business valuation; fusions and acquisitions. MANAGEMENT: Diagnosis, planning and control; treasury management; risk management; information systems. FINAL PROJECT Requirements Master in Financial Management The fundamental goal of our admissions process is to ensure the suitability of candidates. All participants must get the most out of this learning experience, through a context in which it is possible to develop a long-term relationship with classmates, teachers and alumni. These are the stages of the admission process: 1. Prerequisites for admission in February. Admission 3. Personal Interview 4. Cover letter in May. 6 Assessment Admissions Committee. Matriculation Master degree in Financial Management People who pass the evaluation of the program and meet the academic requirements established by the UB, will be awarded the UB (University of Barcelona). In addition, all persons who pass the assessment will receive the degree of EAE Business School. To obtain the degree of UB is necessary to have University Degree (Engineering Degree or Diploma). Failure to have a University Degree, once passed the different assessments, a diploma of university extension of UB is obtained. Financial Aid Master in Financial Management OBS offers candidates the scholarship program to promote continuing education for professionals, entrepreneurs and managers. To apply for one of these grants, which fund part of the program, candidates must be admitted to the program and meet the specified requirements. The Admissions and Scholarship Committee will assess the adequacy of the profile and the career of the candidates, the reasons given in the letter of scholarship application and the candidate's professional and academic recommendations. [-]

Online Master of Investment Management and Financial Analysis

Creighton University Online
Online Part time September 2017 USA Omaha

Investing is one of the more complex, competitive, and rewarding areas in finance. Creighton’s Master of Investment Management and Financial Analysis (MIMFA) offers intense and advanced training on investing. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Finance 2017. Investing is one of the more complex, competitive, and rewarding areas in finance. Creighton’s Master of Investment Management and Financial Analysis (MIMFA) offers intense and advanced training on investing. With a curriculum designed around all three levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA®) exams, and taught exclusively by faculty members who have passed it, this online master’s offers rigorous training that can make the difference between staying where you are and achieving your career ambitions. Even if you don’t plan to pursue your CFA charter right away, you’ll still graduate with a valuable master’s degree and the in-depth investment and financial know-how required of confident investment professionals. Coursework Based on the Real World Instead of focusing exclusively on theory, the online Master of Investment Management and Financial Analysis offers a practitioner-oriented view of finance and investment. Coursework is adapted every year to reflect the rapidly changing world of finance and investment. Areas of study include: - International trade and alternative investments - Financial accounting procedures and their implications - Methods of securities risk and return analysis - Ethics and professional standards [-]

Master of Science in International Finance

Geneva Business School (GBS)
Campus Part time 18 months September 2017 Switzerland Geneva Spain Barcelona + 2 more

The Master of Science in Finance (MSc.F) with a Major in International Finance is designed to challenge your understanding of finance through rigorous training in the conceptual, analytic and empirical intricacies of modern international finance and investment. [+]

The Master of Science in Finance (MSc.F) with a Major in International Finance is designed to challenge your understanding of finance through rigorous training in the conceptual, analytic and empirical intricacies of modern international finance and investment. GBS has established trading partner in London, the London Academy of Trading, to offer short term trading sessions during the final 6 month Thesis period, increasing job opportunities afterwards. The ethos of the London Academy of Trading is to provide an opportunity for trainee financial traders to develop successful careers within a positive and creative environment with the view to move into the finance and trading sector as skilled and equipped professionals. Facts Duration: 18 months Credits: 90 ECTS Language: English Intakes: February and September Degree Awarded: Master of Science in Finance Major in International Finance. Exchange Program: Rotate between campuses. We offer the opportunity of studying in all of our campuses during the 18 months of the master program. Internships: GBS work with the best and for the best. All of our students have guaranteed internships with the most important enterprises with world-wide recognition. Location: Geneva Campus and Barcelona Campus Program The program requires the successful completion of 90 credits. The program consists of 4 groups of courses common for all Masters, from which students may select the desired subjects to study: Core Courses, Elective Courses, Master Thesis and the following Orientation Courses, which are mandatory to complete the selected major: Banking Organisation and Administration Banking and Financial Law Portfolio Management Asset Management Analysis Hedge Fund Analysis and Management Case Studies Career Options The program is of particular relevance to those working in, or planning to work in: Assets Manager International organisations treasurer manager International financial manager International financial consultant Application and Admissions Selection Criteria GBS’s selection process emphasises leadership potential, academic ability, personal qualities and competencies. We are looking for candidates with managerial experience, people skills and a proven academic record. Admission Requirements Bachelor degree or equivalent in a related field (plus 2 years experience). For Executive Master, 5 years experience Completed application form with passport photo included Photocopy of all academic diplomas or certificates Official English exam results: IELTS 6.0, TOEFL IBT 70, proof of studying previously in an English speaking environment for a minimum of 3 years, or successful completion of the university’s admission examination. Photocopy of your passport Receipt for the payment of the application fee Curriculum Vitae (C.V.) Recommendation letter [-]

Master Online - Financial Management

Instituto Europeo de Posgrado
Online Part time 14 months September 2017 Spain Alcobendas

The Master in Financial Management enables students as a specialist in this business area, giving the skills and abilities needed to overcome the challenges that arise when financial occupy positions of managerial responsibility ... [+]

Master Online - Financial Management

The Master in Financial Management enables students as a specialist in this business area, giving the skills and abilities needed to overcome the challenges that arise when financial occupy positions of managerial responsibility.

What are the program objectives?

The objective of the Master in Financial Management is to train professionals and skilled managers able to manage and respond effectively to the problems of the areas and the financial companies through the acquisition of highly practical knowledge and skills needed to cope these challenges.

Why Choose Us?

The learning methodology is based on the "case method", video classes, virtual sessions and interactive exercises. The student has a weekly schedule of work and personal follow a tutor. The faculty consists of professionals in the business.... [-]


Master In Exchanges And Markets

Instituto Europeo de Posgrado - España
Online Part time 14 months September 2017 Spain Madrid

The Master in Stock Exchange and Financial Markets form high-level specialists in financial and economic area, addressing practically necessary for proper analysis and financial asset management tools. The aim is to provide the knowledge and tools necessary to achieve a theoretical and practical knowledge of financial markets and ... [+]

Bags and Master in Financial Markets The Master in Stock Exchange and Financial Markets form high-level specialists in financial and economic area, addressing practically necessary for proper analysis and financial asset management tools. The aim is to provide the knowledge and tools necessary to achieve a theoretical and practical knowledge of financial markets and specifically the stock market. Double Degree Universidad Rey Juan Carlos With the agreement of the European Graduate Institute with the King Juan Carlos University in Madrid, the Online Master in Financial Markets is offered with dual degree from both institutions of high prestige in Spain and internationally. Why Choose Us? The online learning methodology is based on the "case method", video classes, virtual sessions and interactive exercises, ensuring practical training and student participation, focused on solving problems and not just in the knowledge acquisition. The faculty is formed by professors and professionals in the company with extensive experience in the subjects taught and recognized prestige. Customized training of the European Institute Graduate, allows daily monitoring of the student and ongoing support from tutors through a weekly schedule of activities. Proximity and customization The contact of students, teachers and tutors, is continuous through the virtual platform for the development of the program. Students will have: Total material availability 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Posing questions at any time of day Continuous communication through discussion forums Evaluation system The program evaluation is essentially practical, and is based on four aspects: Practical exercises scheduled Individual and group work Participation in activities Master Thesis Project Admission process For each call the following admission process is performed, based on a selection of students for the limited places offered: The IEP business advisors inform the candidate on all issues relating to the program and the process and admission requirements (Conditions of Funding, Scholarships, etc.). The candidate must complete the "application form" which will be sent, and send it to IEP along with the following documents: Curriculum vitae Titulación Universitaria Upon receipt of documentation, the candidate for a telephone interview will be convened to complete the assessment process. The Admissions Committee will consider the record and within approximately one week will receive your certificate of admission, when capable, which gives the place to study the program. Upon receipt of the certificate of admission, students will formalize their enrollment. Study Grants / Scholarships The Institute has a grant program of up to 35% of the cost of tuition. For each call a limited number of scholarships based on the personal, professional and economic situation of the candidates are offered. For adjudication, a rigorous follow-served basis. Funding There are also special financing conditions, promoted by both institutions, in order to help students to assume the cost of the course through a system of deferred payments by monthly installments comfortable and tailored to the needs of students. [-]

Master of Applied Finance

Macquarie University
Campus Part time 1 year January 2017 Australia Sydney Melbourne North Ryde Singapore Buona Vista area China Beijing + 6 more

Macquarie University’s Master of Applied Finance offers genuinely applied finance, taught in Sydney and Melbourne CBDs by highly experienced... [+]

Master of Applied Finance

Macquarie University’s Master of Applied Finance offers genuinely applied finance, taught in Sydney and Melbourne CBDs by highly experienced practitioners. It is portable across teaching locations, assists students preparing for CFA examinations and explores funds management, corporate finance, risk management, and instruments and valuation.

Key features

Gives you strong industry connections through educational partnerships with CFA and PRIMA and an outstanding alumni network Ensures you are taught by highly experienced practitioners Focuses on real-world finance Offers a wide range of elective units Provides a flexible and portable program in a convenient city location ... [-]

Master of Science (MSc) in Banking and Finance

ZHAW School of Management and Law
Campus Part time 4 semesters September 2017 Switzerland Winterthur

Managerial roles in banks and financial institutions require a high degree of entrepreneurial thinking, leadership abilities, solid specialist knowledge, and analytical skills. This MSc program helps you get ready to assume demanding professional and managerial positions... [+]

MSc Program in Banking and Finance Managerial roles in banks and financial institutions require a high degree of entrepreneurial thinking, leadership abilities, solid specialist knowledge, and analytical skills. This MSc program helps you get ready to assume demanding professional and managerial positions. What You Will Learn The program "MSc in Banking and Finance" provides both sound scientific knowledge and practically oriented management know-how at an international level. You will learn to analyze complex tasks, identify different options, and implement solutions effectively. You will deepen your knowledge of the market and its environment and of how to manage financial services providers. You will study risk management, traditional and alternative investments, controlling and business processes, as well as corporate finance. Your Career Prospects Functions Management support Project management Staff positions Highly demanding specialist positions Leadership roles Consulting for managing demanding portfolios Sectors Banks Financial services provider Pension funds Investment funds Wealth manager Financial consultant Practice and Research A flexible timetable will enable you to work part-time with a workload of 40%. The program will take you four semesters to complete and be worth 90 ECTS credits. This is the equivalent of approx. 2,700 hours of study. The MSc in Management and Law is offered jointly with Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Nearly half of the program is devoted to applied research. You will complete your studies by completing a Master's thesis based on a practical research question. What You Need to Qualify You need to meet a number of criteria to qualify for this MSc program. The main requirement is a Bachelor's degree in Banking and Finance or an equivalent university qualification in Business Administration. The admission of individual applicants is based on their overall profile and will be approved on merit. If you have a university degree in another, related discipline, such as business law, economic journalism, economic engineering, or economics, you may be admitted subject to additional achievements to be completed. In addition to these basic conditions, there are additional requirements to be met: Foundation knowledge of banking and finance worth 30 ECTS credits Ability to actively follow classroom instruction in both German and English and use course materials in either language. At a Glance Title: Master of Science (MSc) in Banking and Finance Workload: 90 ECTS-Credits (approx. 2 700 hours of work) Duration: 4 Semester (While enrolled in the program, students can hold a part-time job or do family work not exceeding a workload of 40%) Attendance: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Start of Program: Mid-September Location: Switzerland/Winterthur Language of Instruction: German and/or English Semester Fee: CHF 720.- [-]

Master Finance & Accounting

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Stuttgart Bonn Hamburg Nürnberg Aachen Wuppertal Essen Munich Neuss Münster Berlin Region Mannheim Siegen Düsseldorf Leipzig Frankfurt am Main Dortmund Cologne Wesel Bremen Hannover + 20 more

The Master's program Finance & Accounting prepares you for practical and scientifically based on the needs of financial management in companies. Your lecturers are [+]

Master Finance & Accounting

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

The Master's program Finance & Accounting prepares you for practical and scientifically based on the needs of financial management in companies. Your instructors are experienced financial experts from the business community as well as university professors and professors of the FOM. In deepening their technical and methodological expertise, you benefit in particular from the research of the German Institute for portfolio strategies of FOM, whose scientific advisory board headed by Professor Dr. Eric Frère is staffed with financial analysts and asset managers as well as international project partners such as the German Association for the Protection Wertpapierbesitz eV.... [-]


MSJ - Financial Services Compliance

Seton Hall University, School of Law
Online Part time May 2017 USA Newark

Prepare for the new regulatory reality in the financial services industry. [+]

While corporations of all sorts faced increased regulatory burdens following the Enron scandal and the enactment of Sarbanes-Oxley, in the post Lehman Brothers world financial institutions of all sizes face a new regulatory reality. The Dodd-Frank Act, and related developments like Basel III and a flood of pronouncements from the Financial Stability Board, the Bank for International Settlements, and International Organization of Securities Commissions, have resulted in a massive increase in the need for compliance professionals that are attuned to the specific needs of the financial industry. Seton Hall Law School has paired its compliance knowledge with its internationally known corporate law faculty to meet the needs of the financial services industry. The online master's degree in Financial Services Compliance will teach you about the relevant law surrounding your industry, and how to apply that knowledge to real-life situations. You will graduate from this Master's program with enhanced personal marketability and be able to effectively analyze and respond to myriad compliance issues you encounter on a daily basis. The MSJ in Financial Services Compliance can be completed entirely online, taking only one class at a time. There is no residency requirement. All classes follow an 8-week format that offers optimum flexibility for individuals who have work and family commitments. Financial aid is available for eligible students. CURRICULUM The below courses make up the required curriculum: Introduction to Law & Legal Writing | 8 Weeks Introduction to Contracts and Torts | 8 Weeks Introduction to Corporate Law | 8 Weeks Corporate Compliance and Government Enforcement | 8 Weeks Securities Regulation & Compliance | 8 Weeks Students must take two courses from the list below: Risk Management of Financial Institutions | 8 Weeks Introduction to Corporate Finance | 8 Weeks Regulatory Depository Banks | 8 Weeks Regulating Broker-Dealers | 8 Weeks Regulating Investment Advisors & Funds | 8 Weeks Regulating Insurance Companies | 8 Weeks Remaining credits are satisfied by approved electives. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE INFORMATION ON THE SCHOOL'S WEBSITE. [-]

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. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Finance 2017. 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. [-]

Executive Master in International Finance (MIF)

Amsterdam Business School
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 Netherlands Amsterdam

The Master in International Finance (MIF) is an executive MSc degree (for candidates with work experience). The MIF programme introduces you to cutting-edge developments in international corporate finance, banking, and asset management. The course curriculum aims to prepare students for a professional rather than an academic career. [+]

Boost your career in Finance and Banking Master in International Finance (MIF) is a postgraduate and postexperience programme that offers cutting-edge developments in Corporate Finance & Valuation, Investment, Financial Modelling, M&A, Asset Management and Risk Management. See more: http://youtu.be/YiEnZy3ZnjY Full-time, part-time or modular The programme allows you to study full-time (12 months), part-time (18-24 months) for working students or to study modular. All courses are conducted in English and organized 2-3 evenings during weekdays (Monday-Thursday). International Study Trip Every year we organise an International Study Trip to Cape Town, South Africa. Theme of this trip is: 'Finance in emerging markets'. Linking theory to practise Our lectures are from the academic field and from our network of experts from the financial services industry. This guarantees a practical relevance through their involvement in the development of courses and guest lectures. Careers During the one- or two-year MIF programme, you will be guided by the Careers Services Manager to define and plan your career path. Our Career Service Manager placed 90% of the MIF class of 2015 before graduation. Watch our video: http://youtu.be/9G-l84oaTkc Alumni and students We are running the programme since 1996. Our MIF alumni are a diverse community of high achievers connected by a shared experience. Visa and Housing Moving to a new city and beginning a new study should be a happy and exciting experience. The University of Amsterdam has a number of services and support facilities to ensure this is the case. Fees and ScholarshipsThe tuition fee for the full- and part-time programmes starting in (end of) August/September 2017 is €26,900. CFA and CAIA The Master in International Finance is intensively working together with the following Programme Partners Chartered Financial Analyst Society (CFA) Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Institute (CAIA) The Amsterdam Business School A business school’s accreditations form an important indicator of the quality of the school and its programmes. We can proudly report that the Amsterdam Business School is accredited by both EQUIS and AACSB, the world’s leading accreditation for business schools. The MIF programme is accredited also by the Dutch-Flemish accreditation body NVAO. Watch our video: http://youtu.be/eQReh0fVAtk Application deadlines Application deadline for candidates: 30 June 2017 for full-time and part-time candidates. We advise candidates from countries outside the EU, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, USA, Japan and South Korea to apply two months before the deadline as these candidates need an entry visa (MVV) and residence permit for the Netherlands. Questions about your admission To receive an indication of your eligibility to the programme please use the CV Quick Scan (see www.abs.uva.nl/mif). For other questions related to your admission, further information and general questions about the Master in International Finance do not hesitate to contact Gosia Herudzinska (Recruitment & Admissions Manager Executive Programmes) at: admissions-mif@uva.nl +31 (0)20 525 4056 Skype: admissions-mif [-]

Master of Financial Analysis

University of Technology Sydney
Campus Part time 1.5 - 3 years

The Master of Financial Analysis provides advanced-level study in a range of contemporary accounting and finance issues. [+]

The core subjects are designed to offer a balanced coverage of accounting, finance and investment topics.

Career options include financial analyst and financial planning positions in the financial services sector, industry and government.

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Masters in Islamic Finance Practice

INCEIF The Global University of Islamic Finance
Campus or Online Part time January 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

The Masters in Islamic Finance Practice (MIFP) programme is a postgraduate course aimed at producing industry practitioners with global insight, holistic knowledge and cutting-edge expertise in Islamic Finance. [+]

Nurturing Future Captains of the Islamic Finance Industry The Masters in Islamic Finance Practice (MIFP) programme is a postgraduate course aimed at producing industry practitioners with global insight, holistic knowledge and cutting-edge expertise in Islamic Finance. It is accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), and is designed by renowned international thought leaders, academicians and experts from both conventional and Shariah financial fields, ensuring that scholars graduate with a working knowledge of both disciplines. The course modules cover a wide range of critical topics ranging from wealth management, banking and investment to financial services, ethics and governance. The programme will provide students with a comprehensive and practical understanding of Islamic economics, finance and Shariah as well as the environment in which Islamic Finance players operate within. Benefits of On Campus Study The Malaysian Advantage Experience Islamic finance in action in the cradle of modern Islamic finance where strong regulatory support has spearheaded a robust industry. Network With Industry Experts In addition to attending regular classes and tutorials, students interact with industry experts during the regular industry talks where invited industry speakers give presentations on the practical aspects of Islamic finance. Online Distance Studies Online students can register and sit for the examinations in Malaysia or elsewhere in the world. E-Learning with study material Each semester, students are provided study and reference material in hardcopy and softcopy. Students are strongly supported through e-learning forums. Similar duration as On-Campus study By taking the full number of papers each semester, online students can complete 15 papers in 12 months, the same as on-campus students. Online students who do not attend the face-face tutorials may participate in e-tutorial (webinar) sessions where they can communicate directly with the lecturers. Option for exam venue Students can choose between taking their Final examination in Malaysia or in their country of residence. Entry Requirements Applicants who wish to enrol in this programme must possess one of the following: Bachelor’s Degree with minimum CGPA 2.50 (any discipline); or Diploma/STPM/Matriculation/A-Levels certification (or the equivalent qualifications) with minimum 5 years relevant working experience; must be aged over 35 years old on the 1st January of the application year; or Diploma/STPM/Matriculation/A-level holder or equivalent, aged between 30-35 years old, may apply by submitting the certificate of Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) from Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) Potential students must also be competent in English to actively participate in class and group discussions, fulfilling at least one of these criteria: Test of English as Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a score of 550; or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) level 6; or Malaysian University English Test (MUET) band 4 MASTERS IN ISLAMIC FINANCE PRACTICE MIFP is a professional degree. The programme has strong theoretical underpinnings; its primary purpose is to offer knowledge for application in professional practice. It prepares a student for a life of practice in the student’s particular profession. It provides students with the fundamental knowledge as well as competencies on which they can build upon to advance their careers upon graduation. It equips graduates with managerial and decision-making skills. It may serve as preparation for advanced studies at the doctoral level. [-]

Executive Master in Personal Financial Planning

Antwerp Management School
Campus Part time 2 years September 2017 Belgium Antwerp

In this part-time Executive Master in Personal Financial Planning you will learn to master juridical, fiscal, social and economical aspects relevant for an optimal structuring of capital. Financial independence can only be guaranteed when all domains are tuned to one another. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Finance 2017. Executive Master in Personal Financial Planning Personal financial planning is gaining importance on the daily. Wealthy individuals are looking for experts to guide them in structuring their capital both on short-term and long-term more than ever. Financial planning is the preferred method to make statements on building, sustaining and assuring the financial independence of people. In this part-time Executive Master in Personal Financial Planning you will learn to master juridical, fiscal, social and economical aspects relevant for an optimal structuring of capital. Financial independence can only be guaranteed when all domains are tuned to one another. The program is built in a way that you can flexibly follow the whole master course. Your choice: apply for the 2-eyar program or take the modular route. For more information on the modules: see their respective pages: Finance Planner Estate Planner Pension Planner Tax Planner Why follow this program at Antwerp Management School? This is the only accredited Master degree in financial planning in Belgium At the end of the program you are capable to execute the whole trail of structuring income and capital for your client. The modular approach and flexible application allow you to apply immediately and take your available study time in account. Increased possibilities to become one of the coveted FSMA accreditations (FMSA-accredited under the number 500009 A + B in the context of statutory education) This course is acknowledged by the National Chamber of Notaries, IAB, IBR and BIBF (continuous education) Top experts in every subarea Extensive network of expert alumni in financial planning What can you expect? Content level: deepening expertise After attending this program You will possess the necessary interdisciplinary knowledge on juridical, fiscal, social and economical domains You can work out a cash flow planning based on a capital inventory and return and expense analysis You are capable of assessing and optimizing private and professional capital goals You have insight in the elements which influence the client’s investment strategy You can provide expert advice regarding wealth and the probability of meeting targets. You have the necessary know-how to attract wealthy clients and build long-term relationships with them. Dublin descriptors en learning results Master in Personal Financial Planning Dates Starts: September 2016 Duration: 2 years, part-time In-class sessions are organized on Tuesdays from 13:00 – 21:00 Fees € 13900 (VAT exempted) Includes: documentation, books and residential opening seminar. Billing can be split over 2 years. Location Antwerp Management School Sint-Jacobsmarkt 9-13 BE-2000 Antwerp Belgium Requirements Candidates should hold a master degree (or an equaled by sufficient working experience) and have at least 5 years of relevant work experience. Foreknowledge on investments and financial markets, civil right law and trade law are required. Degree/certification The “Master in Personal Financial Planning” is officially acknowledged by the Flemish Community. Upon successfully completing of the program, the masters’ degree “Master in Personal Financial Planning” will be awarded. [-]