Finance attracts a large number of students and offers a wide variety of career opportunities, making it a particularly interesting and dynamic sector.
Why should you work in Finance?
Finance is an essential sector for a country’s economy. It is also a demanding, dynamic, and complex field that involves many actors, but above all, it offers students many prospects for the future. Finance is made up of several areas, including banking, corporate finance, accounting, market finance, asset management, and auditing. These specializations offer a variety of opportunities for motivated students who want a stimulating career.
Finally, working in a sector like finance means you can look forward to interesting career development, attractive remuneration packages, and exciting jobs all over the world.
What careers are possible with IUM’s MSc in Finance?
Despite its appeal, the financial sector remains extremely competitive. That’s why it’s vital to choose a comprehensive, tailor-made higher education course that will enable you to develop the knowledge and reflexes you’ll need in your professional life.
IUM’S MSc in Finance is a 16-month course that will give you a detailed understanding of the financial markets and enable you to acquire sector-specific skills that are perfectly suited to the needs of financial institutions. In addition, you will develop your interpersonal and personal skills.
During your Masters in Finance in Monaco, you will choose one of the following specializations:
- Hedge Funds and Alternative Investments
- Private Banking and Wealth Management
- Private Equity and Investment Banking
These specializations offer a wide range of exciting career opportunities. For example, you could work in a private bank, in the finance department of a company or a large group, in family offices, in auditing and financial consultancy firms, or in asset management companies.
The following positions can be considered after completing IUM’s MSc in Finance:
- Financial analyst;
- Tax and legal advisor;
- Asset manager;
- Investment advisor;
- Property investment manager;
- Accounting manager;
- Financial manager;
- Administrative manager;
- Portfolio manager;
- Insurance representative;
- Head of the accounting department;
- General manager.
Why should you choose the Hedge Funds and Alternative Investments specialization?
Would you like to develop solid financial analysis skills and understand investment strategies? Then, opt for the Hedge Funds and Alternative Investments specialisation in the IUM’s MSc Finance. In this course, students learn through experience, develop their business acumen, and learn how to react to real-life situations.
You will master all aspects of investment, whether traditional, alternative, or sustainable. Once you have completed your course, you could consider a career in investment banks or family offices as an analyst or trader.
Why should you choose IUM’s MSc in Finance Private Banking and Wealth Management specialization?
The Private Banking and Wealth Management specialization prepares you for stimulating international careers in wealth management and investment management. This highly professional course meets the expectations of Monaco’s leading private banks and offers you a wide range of career opportunities in the Principality and abroad. Students are exposed to fascinating case studies and gain expertise at institutions such as HSBC, Barclays, and Banque Edmond de Rothschild.
Thanks to the classes of this program, you will learn how to create and structure portfolios for wealthy investors. You could join a private bank, a family office, or an asset management company.
Why should you choose IUM’s MSc in Finance Private Equity and Investment Banking specialization?
Finally, the Private Equity and Investment Banking specialization will enable you to understand how private equity funds work. It is aimed at students wishing to develop their financial analysis and planning skills. After completing this course, you could opt for a career in investment banking, investment management, private debt structuring, or mergers and acquisitions.
Updated 31 October 2023