Financial Times ranks FIU’s finance masters degree as a top program for experienced professionals.

The demand for highly qualified finance professionals is increasing. As companies seek to navigate the worst of the economic storm, sound knowledge of financial tools and strong analytical skills are essential requirements.

This year sees the second Financial Times‘ Masters in Finance rankings, compiled using the data from business schools and from a survey of their alumni who graduated three years ago.

The rankings include 35 pre-experience programmes for those with little or no experience, and four post-experience programmes for professionals who wish to develop their skills further.

In the pre-experience ranking, 31 schools are located in Europe with the majority of these in the UK (11) or France (seven). Three schools from the US and one from China complete the rankings.

The post-experience ranking is made up of one school based in the UK, and three for the US.

Read : ” Masters in Finance: Edhec and Guanghua in pre-experience rankings ” in Financial Times.

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