EDHEC MSc in Financial Markets 4th best in the world by FT

Written on 24 June 2013.


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Monday, 24 June, the Financial Times published its global rankings of master’s programmes in finance. EDHEC’s MSc in Financial Markets is ranked fourth worldwide, and it takes the top spot for the international diversity of its programme.

This remarkable result demonstrates yet again the quality of EDHEC’s programmes, the excellence of the faculty members and the professional success of graduates in France and abroad. The MSc in Financial Markets prepares students for careers in finance. It examines all financial asset classes, including derivatives. In addition, it makes it possible for students to diversify their expertise by opting for one of two majors: asset management or trading.  

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"The Financial Economics Track offers an altogether unique course of study. In their first year of this graduate programme,students acquire the knowledge and analytical skills indispensable to preparation for careers in finance, giving them the background to specialise in their second year. The solid curriculum, tailored to students preparing to work in finance, together with the excellence of the courses taught by distinguished faculty members and senior finance professionals, is highly prized by participants in the market."- Pascale Viala, director of the Financial Economics Track

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