An Executive Master in Finance is a significant investment of time and money. Gaining your employer's support would typically mean getting the company to sponsor full or part of the tuition fees, and agreeing on time away from work to attend the modules.
Both programmes are part of INSEAD's suite of Executive degrees, designed for professionals with significant work experience and allowing you the flexibility of studying while you work.
Advance your career with INSEAD's Executive Master in Finance INSEAD prides itself in having a world-class faculty, close links to the international business community and a participative teaching style. Our Executive Master in Finance (EMFin) combines these characteristics with a tailored programme that will hone your leadership and management skills as well as deepen your knowledge of the sector.
Where you study your Master in Finance matters. We’re not just talking about the school; we’re talking about the city or country. Learn how an exposure to the thriving finance centre of Singapore can immerse you in richer ideas and help you build a network that can benefit your career.
Interested in doing an MBA but unwilling to take a year or two off work? Learn how Ben Harrington-Lowe, an Associate Director at Macquarie Group in London found the Master in Finance programme that was flexible enough to fit his career.
Why are women still subject to many of the same old stereotypes that our mothers and grandmothers faced decades ago? Learn what the seven most prominent and insidious myths that are still making the rounds today — and a few expert comebacks to help combat these untruths.
Less than 10% of the world's money is traded as hard, physical cash. As we move into a digital cashless economy, what role will Fintech play in our lives? Find out more with this presentation by INSEAD.
It’s never too late to learn. Discover how the INSEAD Executive Master in Finance (EMfin) can improve your industry knowledge, widen your understanding of financial services, give you the up-to-date big-picture of your industry and enhance your career prospects.
Wondering whether you should choose a specialised finance degree or a generalised management education to better enable you to advance your career within the finance field, make a career switch, become an entrepreneur or acquire a broad variety of business skills? Learn the difference between our two offerings.
Learn how the Executive Master in Finance (EMFin) at INSEAD can equip you with the skills you need to become a successful leader, on top of financial knowledge, giving you the best of both worlds in a much more finance-focused environment.