CFA Institute Renews its Partnership with EDHEC

Written on 23 October 2012.

CFA Institute

With this review process, the CFA Institute acknowledges that the EDHEC MSc in Finance program fulfills the high standards required.

Specifically designed for students from all educational background, the MSc in Finance is geared to prepare a career in corporate or capital market finance and its contents are based on a rich blend of CFA programme material and the findings of EDHEC's own EDHEC-Risk Institute.

The MSc in Finance provides students with a course unparalleled in terms of quality and originality and paves the way for high-potential graduates seeking a career in corporate financial strategy, investment banking, financial accounting, reporting & analysis, risk management and equity & fixed income traditional and alternative portfolio management.

As a benefit of the CFA Program partnership, five scholarships per year are made available for MSc in Finance students. As part of each scholarship, the candidate is responsible for paying a portion of the exam registration fees. The scholarships are awarded on the strength of the applicant’s academic performance over the first trimester.

This renewal is an important recognition for EDHEC as only 145 programs in the world (49 for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region) have been approved by the CFA Institute since 2006.

For any additional information you can visit the CFA Institute website.

Pascale Viala, Director of the Financial Economics Track, said: “We are very proud of our partnership with the CFA Institute, which highlights EDHEC Business School’s focus on excellence and relevance to business world, as we prepare students for a range of professional careers in finance.”

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