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The field of finance is centered upon money management at all levels. Finance students often study a broad range of subjects from investment banking to personal financial planning. They may focus on a subfield like accounting or business finance right away, or wait to specialize with a graduate degree.

Owing to Beijing’s status as a cultural and political capital of China, many local and international students have flocked in this city, to study in various colleges and universities. The city offers great opportunities to higher education enthusiasts especially to those aligned towards technology.

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Master of Finance

BFSU Solbridge International School of Business
Campus 2 years September 2019 China Beijing

BFSU’s Master of Finance degree is a multiregional program. It will introduce you to the international financial marketplace. This program is designed for international students who are interested in China’s financial industry in the era of globalization. Also, it is designed for students who are interested in China’s financial institutes overseas but need to further knowledge of finance and the operational management skills of global financial institutes. Students will gain language skills through multi-selective language courses and actual finance knowledge from internship opportunities.

Master in Finance

Instituto de Empresa, IE Business School - Executive Education
Campus Full-time 10 months September 2019 Spain Madrid China Beijing United Kingdom London + 4 more

The Master in Finance equips participants with up-to-the-minute knowledge in key areas of finance such as leveraged buy-outs, credit derivatives or mergers and acquisitions.

Master in Finance

China University of Petroleum
Campus Full-time Part-time 3 years September 2019 China Beijing + 1 more

Finance is a subordinate discipline under the first-level discipline of Applied Economics. It mainly studies the relationship between finance and macroeconomy (especially the energy industry), internal laws of the financial market (especially energy financial market), as well as the way that financial institutions or enterprises employed to achieve their strategic goals through financial markets at home and abroad.