|Study location||Spain, Valencia|
|Type||Master (MSc), full-time|
|Nominal duration||18 months (120 ECTS)|
|Awards||MSc (MSc in Finance and Investment)|
|Accreditation||Awarded by Ascencia Business School, France|
|Tuition fee||€9,500 per year
50% after receiving the Conditional Offer Letter
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
- A bachelors degree in any discipline is required for admission.
This 18-month full-time program is the perfect opportunity for you to gain a deep understanding of the financial markets and the skills you need to succeed in the field of finance and investment.
Throughout the program, you will learn about the latest financial theories and practices, and how to apply them in real-world situations. You will explore various financial instruments, such as stocks, bonds, derivatives, and alternative investments, and learn how to analyze and evaluate them. You will also learn about financial modeling, risk management, and portfolio management.
But it’s not just about the numbers. This program is designed to give you a holistic understanding of finance and investment, and you will also learn about the broader economic and social context in which financial markets operate. You will also have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through case studies, group projects, and internships.
The program is taught by a highly experienced and qualified faculty who are experts in their respective fields and who will provide you with the guidance and support you need to succeed. They bring a wealth of knowledge and experience from the financial industry and will give you the opportunity to learn from their experiences.
Transformational Management (5 ECTS)
Global Business Environment (5 ECTS)
Cutting Edge Leadership (5 ECTS)
Enterprise Performance Management (5 ECTS)
Marketing in a Digital World (5 ECTS)
Corporate Strategy & Value Innovation (4 ECTS)
Professional Career Growth Seminar (1 ECTS)
Next Generation Leaders Seminar (1 ECTS)
Sustainable Business and Social Responsibility (4 ECTS)
Data Analysis for Managers (5 ECTS)
Research Methods for Managers (5 ECTS)
Applied Finance and Investment Capstone Internship (20 ECTS)
Applied Finance and Investment Capstone Project (20 ECTS)
Local Language (Spanish, German etc as applicable) (10 ECTS)
Advanced Finance (5 ECTS)
Financial Investments (5 ECTS)
Personal Financial Planning (5 ECTS)
Retail & Commercial Banking (5 ECTS)
FinTech (5 ECTS)
2-month Guaranteed Paid Internship
Popular Career Paths:
The job outlook for graduates of the MSc in Finance & Investment is highly positive. The field of finance and investment is constantly evolving and there is a strong demand for professionals with the skills and knowledge to navigate the complexities of the financial markets. Graduates of the program are well-prepared to take on leadership roles in finance and investment. Some popular career paths for graduates include:
Financial Analyst: Financial analysts are responsible for analyzing financial data to inform investment decisions. They use their knowledge of financial markets and economic trends to make recommendations to investors.
Portfolio Manager: Portfolio managers are responsible for managing investment portfolios. They use their knowledge of financial markets and economic trends to make investment decisions and maximize returns for their clients.
Investment Banker: Investment bankers are responsible for advising companies on financial transactions such as mergers, acquisitions, and initial public offerings. They use their knowledge of financial markets and economic trends to make recommendations to their clients.
Risk Manager: Risk managers are responsible for identifying, assessing and managing risks in an organization. They use their knowledge of financial markets and economic trends to identify potential risks and develop strategies to mitigate them.
Quantitative Analyst: Quantitative analysts use mathematical and statistical models to analyze financial data and inform investment decisions.
Financial Engineer: Financial engineers use mathematics, statistics and programming to design and implement financial models. They use their knowledge of financial markets and economic trends to create tools and systems to help make investment decisions.