This Advanced Master in Financial Markets offers an advanced education in finance and in financial markets that is complementary to the curriculum provided in classical graduate programs in finance or economics. The master therefore focuses on creating bridges between theory and practice and also the policy and strategic aspects of the current financial landscape. To do so, all courses are given by an exceptional cadre of faculty members - both practitioners and academics.
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- Finance had become much more complex and competitive.
- There is a massive regulation shift underway.
- You need a different set of skills to succeed.
- The best professionals will do even better, whereas the average will stagnate.
- Finance is increasingly multi-disciplinary.
- Regulators expect more from financial institutions.
- Society expects a more ethical financial system.
- Financial firms are revisiting their business models and the financial world is restructuring.
- A new relationship is being built between public and private financial flows.
- The centre of financial power is shifting gradually towards new economies.
- Unique programme.
- Practice not just theory.
- Stellar set of professors.
- Focused internship in top institution.
- Close to where EU regulation is shaped.
- In depth understanding.
- Tailored to your needs.
- Talent enhancement.
- International reach.
- Creating value.
By the end of the master you will be able to:
- Understand the financial markets in a way that few students or even young professionals are able to do.
- Make robust assessments of theoretical and policy-related issues, thanks to the experience of senior practitioners and top level academics teaching the courses.
- Leverage your understanding of the connections between theory and practice of financial markets to be more effective and more creative in your professional environment.
- Be a more attractive prospect in the financial sector and progress to more senior levels in your professional environment faster than would otherwise be the case.
What you will learn during the master:
- Much deeper knowledge and understanding of financial markets compared to graduate courses an classical post-graduate programmes in finance.
- Connections between the various aspects of finance and financial markets.
- Connections between theory and practice of markets, and between theory and policy-making.
- This master is a full time course (60ECTS) and is completed within one year during evening and saturday classes.
- To ensure optimal quality of learning, preference is given to smaller size classes. Selection of candidates is made on the basis of an application file and an interview.
The master targets students who have:
- a master degree in economics or management, but also possibly in other disciplines, such as law, math, physics, political science, engineering, and
- a strong interest in finance and preferably already some background through their choice of graduate courses or possibly their professional experience.
The master is based on a combination of a major with core courses for all students and two minors between which students can choose:
- Minor in Advanced Finance: for students looking for cutting-edge technical specialisation in quantitative finance.
- Minor in Advanced Financial Markets: for students seeking to further broaden their expertise in financial markets and/or develop their knowledge in financial techniques to complement a non-economic background (e.g., lawyers).
Eligible applicants must hold either:
- A master degree (5 year of study)
- A post-graduate degree
- A bachelor degree with one to three years of work experience
- Other degree equivalent to the above (please consult us)
- Proficiency in English
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Last updated March 1, 2017