Master in Finances (Full Time) - Universidad de Alcala
This Masters is taught completely in Spanish while regularly using support materials in English.
Participants in the Masters of Finance will be familiarized with the traditional modeling tools and financial products, as well as more innovative techniques of risk management. They will also learn in depth the skills and abilities that dictated by common sense, will help them understand and appreciate the usefulness of models based on computational techniques, analyze the company's strategy and assess the risk exposure of one´s business.
The Master in Finance - Full Time (9th Edition) addresses graduates of different disciplines or recent graduates with less than three years of professional experience who want to develop professionally in the financial and banking business.
Graduates will be capable of handling differential work as financial analysts in an environment marked by uncertainty and the need for well-trained professionals to lead and manage teams in critical situations.
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.
I. CORPORATE FINANCE
Economics/ Financial Statement Analysis / Corporate Finance I / II Corporate Finance - Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)
II. PRODUCTS AND FINANCIAL MARKETS
Fixed Income / Equities / Derivatives / Portfolio Theory
III. FINANCIAL RISKS
Risk Management / Market Risk / Credit Risk / Operational Risk
IV. FINAL PROJECT
Students who have successfully completed the program (1,500 hours - 60 ECTS credits) will receive the Course of Master in Finance 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, 5.30 am to 9.30 pm.