Compare Masters Programs in Fintech in Europe 2019
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Undoubtedly, financial technology has become, for many businesses, the backbone of the management and operation of the professional activity. For its innovative support capacity and to create new models of services and products. Being able to completely renew the traditional labor and economic models.
Internet of things, Cloud Computing, Big Data
The first and the only Online Masters Degree in Spain in the area of financial innovation – be on demand for the reality of tomorrow.
The International Master in Fintech, Finance and Digital Innovation (FINTECH) is designed to provide students with all the skills and competencies to face the Fintech revolution. The programme targets young graduates who want to specialize in the Fintech area by deepening their knowledge of digital technologies and their application in the financial world, e.g. banks, insurance companies, asset management.
The Master in Finance and Fintech aims to enable young professionals to deal with the digital transformation that is disruptively changing the financial market, by combining traditional financial skills with a deep understanding of new digital technologies.