The financial industry is evolving. So should your skills.
From sustainable finance and artificial intelligence to private equity and advanced hedge funds strategies, the University of Geneva’s Master of Advanced Studies in Finance (GEMFIN) covers a broad range of the most relevant topics to prepare you for a successful career in finance and related fields.
The GEMFIN is an intellectually rigorous programme, accredited by the CFA Institute and Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association (CAIA).
Highly personalised and flexible, the programme allows participants to pursue their studies full-time over one year, or part-time, tailored to the needs of working professionals. It is delivered in Geneva - one of the world’s leading financial centres.
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"As an experienced finance professional, I have found the education program to be state-of-the-art. The program's pragmatic approach to teaching enables the seamless application of the theory to real-world scenarios, aligning perfectly with my objectives upon entering this program."
Simon Carrier, Québec (Canada)
"We applied what we learned to the real world. I improved a lot in presentation and corporation valuation. The programme manager gave us a lot of support."
Chen Xi, Fujian province (China)
"What attracted me was the finance orientation, and meanwhile the great offering of various courses within both law and sustainability related to finance. I also get the chance to study in an international environment, with colleagues from all over the world."
Ida Glimberg, Flasterbo (Sweden)
"In one course you learn deep theory and get exposed to the cutting-edge academic papers, then, in another, you put it all to practice by working on case studies and interacting with practitioner guest lecturers. The balance is just right!"
Luka Dacić, Belgrade (Serbia)
"Besides studying in a city known as a reference in the financial market, I firmly believe that the best solutions come from multicultural teams. The cultural variety of the class was then a solid factor in pursuing this programme."
Alexandre Armando, São Paulo (Brazil)