How does one learn to be a finance and investment specialist? Explain IFSD RANEPA
RANEPA Institute of Finance and Sustainable Development (IFSD) offers a Master's program in Finance and Investment. The program is for applicants with Bachelor’s degrees who plan to deal with financial and investment issues for their companies, consulting and raising investment for their business.
What makes this program unique?
This program uses a modular approach. During each module, attendees take specialized disciplines as well as do practical training, and pass a comprehensive exam at the end.
The program combines the best traditions of Russian higher education with new requirements for finance and investment specialists’ qualifications in the Russian and international labor markets.
What will the attendees be learning?
The students will learn how to:
Draft a company’s financial strategy
Manage efficiency and risks, and supervise the implementation of investment projects
Justify and make financial, economic, organizational and managerial decisions
What skills will graduates have?
Graduates of the Finance and Investment program will be able to:
Justify the effectiveness of investment projects and government programs, and manage them
Use a variety of tools to attract and direct investments in the business
Participate in financial planning and forecasting
Analyze and model investment projects
Who are the professors?
Classes are taught by experts and practitioners in attracting and assessing the effectiveness of investments, authors of textbooks and research papers on the development and implementation of the state's investment policy.
What kind of degree/diploma will the program award?
A Master's Degree in Finance and Investment.
What are admission requirements?
To enroll in the program, applicants will be invited for an interview, take a test and perform a creative assignment related to the content of the program.
Enrollment for a correspondence course is currently underway.