Master's Degree in Finance in Indonesia

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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.

Students of finance learn about all aspects of money management. The field includes business investments and banking, personal money management, and accounting. Students may keep their education general, or may  choose to specialize early on in areas like personal financial planning or business accounting.

Indonesia adopted a high quality education system, which provides the education in three basic levels with the highest level being the university level. Lately the country upgraded five colleges to fully university levels with an aim of accommodating even international students who may wish to study in Indonesia. Higher education programs in Indonesia are accredited by the National Accreditation Board for Higher Education. The nation's capital city is Jakarta.

Top Master Programs in Finance in Indonesia 2018

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Master in Integrated Microfinance Management (IMM)

Universitas Padjadjaran
Campus Full time June 2018 Indonesia Bandung

This International Master Course is an international class, and is leading up to a Master’s Degree from Universitas Padjadjaran together with the IMM International Certificate from Leiden University on the basis of completion of the regular International Workshops and Seminars in the course [+]

Master Course on Integrated Microfinance Management (IMM)

A new Master Course on ‘Integrated Microfinance Management’ (IMM) has officially been opened on the 19th of September 2011 and started on the 2nd of January 2012 at the Magister Management Graduate Program of the Faculty of Economics and Business of Universitas Padjadjaran (MM FEB UNPAD) in Bandung, which has been developed by the The Leiden Ethnosystems and Development Program (LEAD) of Leiden University in The Netherlands in collaboration with UNPAD and the other Members of the International Consortium for Integrated Microfinance Management (ICIMM), including Gerakan Masyarakat Pengembangan Keuangan Mikro (GEMA PKM) in Indonesia and the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICH) in Greece. The development of this new Master Course has been financially supported by the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs. LEAD is an interdisciplinary program based in the Faculty of Science of Leiden University and a Member of the Microcredit Summit Council of Educational Institutions. The new Master Course has attracted the interest of not only Government Agencies (GAs), Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), Financial Institutions (FIs), Microfinance Institutions (MFIs), Banking and Non-Banking Institutions (B&NBIs) and Integrated Microfinance Institutions (IMFIs) in newly-developing countries, but also of the United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF), a UN organization specializing in microfinance and local development around the globe.... [-]