A Gold-Medal Degree

Written on 10 October 2012.


After his superb gold in the 4x100 freestyle relay at the London Olympics—and at only twentyfive—Clément Lefert has decided to retire from competition to devote himself to his finance studies at EDHEC.

Champions know how to prepare for the future. Lefert’s exceptional focus and tenacity placed him among the very best of the world’s swimmers. Tomorrow, these qualities will enable him to graduate from one of the world’s best programmes in finance.*

*In 2012, the Financial Times ranked the Master of Science in Finance among the top ten finance programmes in the world.

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