ACADEMIC CAPACITY: Academic foundation: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a recognised college or university. GMAT OR GRE: INSEAD does not have a minimum required GMAT or GRE score, but in order to be competitive, you should aim to achieve a score at or above the 75th-80th percentile in the quantitative section of either test. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Applicants should have an average of seven years’ experience in a finance-related role. However, applicants with less experience who demonstrate strong quantitative skills and exceptional maturity through their professional and personal experiences may also be considered.
Months of entry
INSEAD’s Executive Master in Finance (EMFin) is an 18-month modular programme that will hone your leadership and management skills as well as deepen your knowledge of the sector. Primarily taught in the Asia campus, the programme is strategically located in Singapore, a global and regional financial hub with a progressive and ever-expanding financial market.
INSEAD's EMFin provides a much greater depth of finance skills than you would normally experience in an MBA, while offering the leadership and management education you would not find in a typical finance degree. Our goal is to prepare financial leaders for the next level so that they can drive the corporate finance and investment management industries of the future.
Fees and funding
An INSEAD graduate degree yields a lifetime of dividends, both professionally and personally. It is also a serious financial investment; therefore, you should begin to consider your financing options early on, whether in the form of savings, loans or scholarships. Many applicants have access to loan and scholarship opportunities in their countries of origin. See below for more information on scholarships.
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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