The Advanced Program in Finance develops and furthers students’ knowledge in corporate finance, advanced investment analysis and portfolio and risk management. The program is recommended for professionals who work in finance and want to build a solid career in the field. With content aligned with the CFA®, the program helps professionals prepare for passing the Levels I and II examinations of the certification.
With total class time of 488 hours, the program lasts approximately 18 months, with classes held twice a week, tutoring classes, workshops on Saturdays and distance-learning courses.
Who should attend?
The Advanced Program in Finance is designed for professionals who work in the financial industry or in corporate finance and have at least two years of professional experience in the field and want to specialize and build a solid career by improving their specific knowledge in market and business finance.
Why choose the Advanced Program in Finance at Insper?
Structured to obtain the most from each student and to contribute to the development of Finance professionals, the program offers the following advantages:
- seminars with executives who work in the market;
- preparatory seminars for the CFA® exam;
- visits to companies;
- faculty focused on practical applications of the content learned in the classroom;
- career management through access to individual coaching, workshops, lectures and market intelligence;
- rigorous admissions process that creates exceptional networking opportunities;
- Negotiation and Conflict Management Workshop;
The faculty is formed by professors who hold a doctorate or Ph.D., a master’s degree or international MBA and have completed non-degree programs at top universities in Brazil and abroad and/or executives who hold vast professional and practical experience.
Prepares students to:
- apply corporate and market finance to solve investment, financing and portfolio management problems;
- use tools and concepts to conduct analyses and assessments of industries, products and companies;
- use tools and concepts to manage individual or institutional products and portfolios;
- improve their negotiation and conflict-management skills;
- know and ethically practice the regulations governing financial activities and the standards for ethical conduct in the financial and capital markets.