With a diverse syllabus covering almost every aspect in the financial world, the EMFin helped me gain inside knowledge about other areas which I did not have exposure to before.
I believe that as soon as the EMFin becomes ranked, it will undoubtedly become more valuable.
The EMFin helped me relaunch my career, get abreast of how the industry was transforming and take a more confident self back to the workforce.
Discover how the Executive Master in Finance (EMFin) combines your experience with newfound knowledge and skills to deliver strategic solutions to real-life challenges in finance. Participants of the INSEAD Executive Master in Finance often remark positively on how the programme blends theoretical and practical learning.
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.
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The modular format enables you to come back to the office, focus on work again and use what you’ve learned to make better decisions.
Beyond the syllabus, the faculty are always ready to share insights and offer practical solutions to real-life work challenges.
The EMFIN brought me new perspectives and made me realise that I have a greater capacity to go beyond my comfort zone.
There is so much more to the INSEAD experience than just getting the certificate.