Compare 8 Masters Programs in Financial Planning
Financial planning is the process of formulating how a business entity will afford to attain its strategic goals and objectives. It formulates a plan describing resources, activities, materials, and equipment that are necessary for achieving these objectives, and the time frames involved. Master in Financial Planning is designed to provide students with an excellent understanding of the financial planning process, together with the fundamental knowledge and skills required in professional practice. This program provides a great foundation to those looking forward to being employed in the finance sector, and also enables professionals presently employed in the finance industry to develop their skills further.
Graduates in Masters Degree in Financial Planning are ready to sit for the financial examinations that gives them competitive edge in the job market. Graduates also gain technical, quantitative, and analytical skills needed to tackle complex financial situations. They also gain knowledge of legal and regulatory setting in which financial planning takes place and familiarity with pertinent licensing, compliance, and reporting requirements. The program also helps students develop interpersonal skills that are necessary to maintain good client relationships and work successfully with colleagues.
Master in Financial Planning usually takes between one and two years, depending on if one is taking it part-time or full-time. To study the program, one needs an undergraduate degree (not necessarily in finance), but there may be some prerequisites for those without a business background.
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European Master ** issued by the European Federation of Schools (FEDE) - an association governed by Swiss law (CCS.art 60-79). The European Masters is a European diploma validated by the IACBE (International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education) is an American accreditation body.
This is the first graduate school set up based on customers’ viewpoint of financial planning in Taiwan. The purpose of its establishment is to provide professional knowledge about income and tax management so that our students are trained to be good at their own financial management or become professional tax managers.
Life Learning in collaboration with Luisa Carbone, an expert in European design and project manager for European funding, presents the revolutionary "Advanced European European Planning Master" which will offer a thorough knowledge of the main aspects of European design starting from the framework of available opportunities and then focusing on the methodology and technicality to prepare and implement a European project.
Acquire a high level of theoretical and practical Spanish financial sector and banking, as well as all the services and products that banks offer their customers expertise. In addition, the acquisition of a detailed knowledge of financial markets, in order to advise on the different products they offer, both for investment and for funding.
Accredited C.I.F. (Investment Advisor), and C.J.A. (Relevant Legal Expertise), the Specialised Master® in International Wealth Management (formerly MS Private Banking and Financial Planning) on our Paris Campus trains high-level generalists in the field. Career opportunities are bewildering: solicitors, banking advisors, lawyers, insurance experts, tax consultants, accountants, property managers, financial investment consultants – and many more. Students spend one month on our London Campus.
In this part-time Executive Master in Personal Financial Planning you will learn to master juridical, fiscal, social and economical aspects relevant for an optimal structuring of capital. Financial independence can only be guaranteed when all domains are tuned to one another.
The Master in Wealth Management (MWM) is designed to educate and train future wealth managers.
The Graduate School of Planning grants the professional degree of Master's in Planning with areas of emphasis in the fields of Urban and Territorial Planning, Planning of Natural Resources and Environment, Planning of the Economic Systems, and Areas of Policies and Social Planning.