Study wealth management in the heart of private banking & boost your career
Wealth Management is a leading activity in the financial industry in Switzerland and in the world.
There is a growing demand for wealth management experts with both finance and law training. That is why the Geneva Finance Research Institute (GFRI) at the University of Geneva offers the Master of Science in Wealth Management (GEMWeM).
Enjoy Geneva's reputation as a global center for business and finance. Geneva financial center is strongly connected to Europe, Asia, and America financial centers, making it a leading-edge hub for wealth management.
What is special about GEMWeM?
Enhance your quantitative skills in wealth management from top finance researchers in the field
|In entrepreneurship & innovation, sustainable finance, neuro-finance||
At the same level of the law master degree delivered by law faculty experts in collaboration with the Center de Droit Bancaire et Financier
- GEMWeM is a three-semester program, 90 ECTS, full time for pre-experienced students.
- You can tailor the program to suit your career aspirations by choosing from different modules and a wide range of electives.
- The quality of teaching is guaranteed by an exceptional faculty that combines cutting-edge academic research and industry knowledge and by various teaching methods that encourage learning by doing.
- The excellence of the Master of Science in Wealth Management is recognized by prestigious associations such as the Swiss Finance Institute (SFI) and the CAIA Association.
The Master in Wealth Management leads to professional opportunities, in Switzerland and abroad, in:
- Banking (private, universal, investment)
- Insurance and reinsurance companies
- Consulting Companies
- Traditional and Alternative Investment Funds
- Government Bodies, Regulators
- Academic Career: doctorate
- A Bachelor’s degree from a Swiss university in Economics, Management, Finance, Information Systems, Mathematics, Physics, Engineering.
- Another degree or university qualification may be judged equivalent and give access to the Master’s program, with or without conditions. Complementary program (1 year) or co-required can be requested. No French proficiency test required for non-Francophones.
- The enrolment procedure starts in January of each year.
- Applications close on February 28 for all students.
The candidates must submit two applications:
- The first one to the UNIGE Admissions Office
- The second one to the GSEM by completing the online application form.
- Start of courses: September
- Program duration: 3 semesters - 90 ECTS credits
- Tuition fees: CHF 500.- per semester
- International exchange: There is an opportunity to follow an international exchange program from the 3rd semester onwards.
About the School
The Geneva Finance Research Institute (GFRI) is a multidisciplinary institute based at the University of Geneva that focuses on two main research topics in finance: “Portfolio Management” and “Finance ... Read More