Banking and Finance 24 months Postgraduate Program By Università degli Studi di Udine |Top Universities
Program Duration

24 monthsProgram duration

Tuitionfee

7,266 USDTuition Fee/year

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Main Subject Area

FinanceMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Finance

Degree

Other

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

On Campus

This program's main objective is to educate students for managerial and professional careers with deep specialization and knowledge in the area of financial intermediation. In particular the course aims at offering the technical language, methods and tools to allow participants to fill key roles in the management of financial institutions, together with a thorough knowledge of financial markets and the quantitative methods for evaluating complex financial contracts.
In the first year students will focus on quantitative (models for evaluating portfolios and risks; pricing methods for financial contracts under uncertainty), legal (law and regulation of financial intermediaries – banks and insurers – and on financial markets) and operational topics (supervision and accounting of intermediaries), together with the overall functioning of financial markets.
In the second year, participants learn in greater depth key aspects of managing banks and insurers, advanced corporate finance and computational aspects of more advanced financial contracts; this is completed by topics concerned with the background context (economic history and monetary policy).
This program prepares students to be specialists in financial activities and market analysis. It provides the necessary background to aspire to entrepreneurial roles and executive positions in banks, insurers and other financial institutions; key personnel in the finance and risk departments of both financial and non-financial enterprises.
During the program students will be offered the opportunity to participate to internships with financial institutions and to register in international enrollment and employment databases consulted by financial companies.

Program overview

Main Subject

Finance

Degree

Other

Study Level

Masters

Study Mode

On Campus

This program's main objective is to educate students for managerial and professional careers with deep specialization and knowledge in the area of financial intermediation. In particular the course aims at offering the technical language, methods and tools to allow participants to fill key roles in the management of financial institutions, together with a thorough knowledge of financial markets and the quantitative methods for evaluating complex financial contracts.
In the first year students will focus on quantitative (models for evaluating portfolios and risks; pricing methods for financial contracts under uncertainty), legal (law and regulation of financial intermediaries – banks and insurers – and on financial markets) and operational topics (supervision and accounting of intermediaries), together with the overall functioning of financial markets.
In the second year, participants learn in greater depth key aspects of managing banks and insurers, advanced corporate finance and computational aspects of more advanced financial contracts; this is completed by topics concerned with the background context (economic history and monetary policy).
This program prepares students to be specialists in financial activities and market analysis. It provides the necessary background to aspire to entrepreneurial roles and executive positions in banks, insurers and other financial institutions; key personnel in the finance and risk departments of both financial and non-financial enterprises.
During the program students will be offered the opportunity to participate to internships with financial institutions and to register in international enrollment and employment databases consulted by financial companies.

Admission requirements

2 Years

Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

7,266
-

International Students

7,266
-

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