The INSEAD Executive Master in Finance programme is designed to prepare the next generation of leaders that will drive the finance industry into the future. Applicants must either take the GMAT, the GMAC Executive Assessment (EA) or the GRE – all of which provide a uniform and standardised way of evaluating candidates’ aptitude to cope with the intensity and breadth of the programme.
Where will shocks to the global financial system come from in the next decade? How much should we worry about the US–China trade war? Massimo Massa, Rothschild Chaired Professor of Banking and Professor of Finance at INSEAD, gives his take on the biggest issues facing financial markets and why the sector must address swelling government debts.
The programme offers whole new perspectives on an industry I’ve been in for ten years.
Having such a wide range of experiences and such mature classmates really makes a huge difference.
INSEAD professors aren’t just smart: they know how to make their subject engaging too.
The EMFIN helped me to connect the dots.
The EMFIN programme opened up new horizons for me.
At the end of each module, I came home with a fresh new insight
Discover the INSEAD Executive Master in Finance (EMFin) through the eyes of our alumni, faculty and global director. Find out how you will benefit from the programme and accelerate your career.
Meet two professors whose expertise informs the world of finance... and the students of INSEAD's Executive Master in Finance programme. “Being invited to talk to Ben Bernanke and other directors of the US Federal Reserve is probably one of the highlights of my career,” says INSEAD Professor Antonio Fatas.