Master in Finance & Banking (Master en Finanzas y Banca) - Universidad de Alcala
Our core courses provide in-depth expertise in risk management, corporate finance and capital markets, providing the students with key knowledge and managerial skills needed for a career in finance. Elective subjects such as “Corporate Law” and “Financial Software” give the students the opportunity to individualize their course, focusing their study on specific subjects to better aid them in their chosen career path.
The Master in Finance & Banking (5th Edition) has been specifically designed for international young professionals with a high development potential and a strong profile in the areas of Finance & Banking. The participants’ performance and professional profile are monitored during the programme, with the possibility of the students being recruited upon completion for an Internship with one of our Collaborating Partners. Our goal is to help the participants join the most reputable financial institutions via a fast-track process.
Scholarships and Study Grants
The Santander Group and the Universidad de Alcala offer Scholarships and Study Grants to students from Spain, Europe and Latin America. CIFF offers Scholarships and Study Grants to those candidates that fulfill both the programmes requisites and that possess an outstanding academic profile.
Basics in Macroeconomics/ Basics in Matlab/ Macroeconomics/ Information Reporting/ Corporate Finance/ Equity & Fixed Income/ International Capital Markets/ Financial Emerging Markets.
Advanced Corporate Finance/ Corporate Governance & Business Ethics/ Derivatives
Portfolio Management/ Risk Management I/ Risk Management II (online)/ Trade & Investment/ Financial Marketing
· Titulacion que se obtiene: Certification
Participants that have successfully completed the programme will receive a Master in Finance & Banking from the Universidad de Alcala.
Duration & Schedule
The duration of the course is 9 months divided into 2 terms. The programme begins on October 4th, 2010 and finishes on June 30th, 2011. Sessions are generally held from Monday to Thursday, 9.30 am to 1.30 pm.