Masters Programs in Financial Law

Compare 2 Masters Programs in Financial Law

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A master’s degree offers students the chance to delve more deeply into specific areas of their chosen subject. Students participating in a master’s program often have opportunities to interact with professionals who are experts in their field. Some programs are geared to students directly out of their undergraduate program while others are developed with professionals in mind.

 

What is a Master in Financial Law? If you are considering a career as a financial professional or if you are already employed and want to further your skills, this program could be a good match. Subjects of study may include finance law, private law, international trade, corporate finance, corporate governance and structured finance. Other topics may include document analysis and interpretation, financial theory, and behavioral finance. Classes may cover banking on an international level, in retail or investment settings, and central banking.

 

Students of this program enjoy many advantages, including the chance to work with expert instructors and talented professionals who are already established in the industry. Other benefits are found in the development of the skills most sought after by employers. These skills include document analysis and interpretation, familiarity with legal and regulatory literature, and writing techniques appropriate in this field.

 

Those individuals who are interested in participating in the program should contact schools individually to get tuition and fee schedules. These costs can vary from one school to another, especially as some educational institutions are located across international borders.

 

Graduates are well prepared for jobs in the financial industry, particularly those where in-depth knowledge and well-honed skills are required. The programs may result in a very specialized focus that prepares graduates to hold top-level jobs in investment banking, corporate financing, trade and investment firms, and international business.

 

Individuals who want to prepare for further success in the financial industry or hone an area of specialization can research their options in the program listing. After locating specific programs of interest, fill out the lead form. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Official University Master's Degree: Economic Analysis of Law (UCM)

Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset
Campus Full time 1 year October 2018 Spain Madrid

This program offers a unique opportunity to carry out interdisciplinary and official postgraduate studies in Law and Economics. [+]

Basic information

Director: Mr. Francisco Cabrillo Rodríguez and Ms. Rocío Albert López-Ibor/>

Title: Master's Degree in Economic Analysis of Law

Credits: 60 ECTS

Price: 7,000 euros * (UCM fees, between 800 and 1300 euros, depending on the student's origin, community or not)

Duration: October - June

Face-to-face modality

Information and contact: infocursos@fogm.es

* The price may be subject to modifications/>

The Economic Analysis of Law is an innovative approach taught in the most prestigious universities in the world. It is a methodology that applies to problems of a legal or institutional nature, economic principles and reasoning, placing special emphasis on the efficiency of standards, contracts and institutions in general. The Master is the best way to achieve a solid economic training, rigorous and applied, in the shortest time possible, and is intended primarily for graduates in Law, Economics, Political Science and general graduates of Social Sciences/>... [-]


Master in International Financial and Currency Credit Relations

Nakhchivan State University
Campus Full time September 2019 Azerbaijan Nakhchivan

Currency-financial relations have been related to the development of goods and services in the foreign trade of countries, scientific and technological exchanges, tourism, public and private transfers have taken place in connection with the development of the migration of international capital and movement of investment, the issuance of bonds, finance, economic aid. [+]

Master in International Financial and Currency Credit Relations

Currency-financial relations have been related to the development of goods and services in the foreign trade of countries, scientific and technological exchanges, tourism, public and private transfers have taken place in connection with the development of the migration of international capital and movement of investment, the issuance of bonds, finance, economic aid. The forms of international economic relations are synthesised, the forms and kinds are used (diplomatic, cultural, sports, etc.) or other transactions in intergovernmental relations.

The legal basis of the system is a set of international and domestic law and with the help of it, regulation of currency in international relations, lending and financing are carried out.... [-]