University IFM Geneva
University Geneva MBA

MBA in Finance and Banking, Geneva Switzerland

mba in international Finance

 
 


The financial market increasingly seeks individuals who not only have the best education in management, but also a competitive understanding of financial markets.


The international environment is changing and a new and very different market reality is emerging. The students of today need to adopt flexible patterns of thinking and behaviour to succeed as the managers of tomorrow. The financial market increasingly seeks individuals who not only have the best education in general management, but also a competitive understanding of financial markets, new financial products, risk control and the new financial architecture.

Designed by professionals and industry experts, the MBA in International Finance is versatile, dynamic, industry-relevant, giving you the most innovative and up-to-date programme possible. A unique combination of a top general management MBA programme and advanced knowledge in the field of finance. The programme emphasises the analytical foundations of the discipline and provides the student with the tools for dealing with important practical issues. You will develop a comprehensive understanding of technical and management skills to become a knowledgeable professional capable of performing at the top of the international banking and finance industry.

This programme prepares graduates for executive position in the finance sector, in areas such as corporate finance, consulting, venture capital and private equity and asset management.

The right place to study
Geneva is a world leader in finance and remains the capital of private banking and wealth management. Geneva is also recognised as a world leader in trade finance handling 40% to 60% of global transactions.

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University IFM Geneva : MBA Master International Business
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