NYU Stern Launches Two Executive Programs with European Schools

Two programs offered with institutions in Amsterdam and Zurich

The New York University (NYU) Stern School of Business has annouced it will begin two executive programs in partnership with two European institutions next year.

The first is a partnership with the Swiss Finance Institute in Zurich to begin a new executive MBA (EMBA) program in Banking and Financial Institutions Management to begin in August 2009. The program will bew divided into 5 modules of 2-3 weeks each, to be held in New York, Zurich, and Singapore over an 18-month period.

The other program is an Executive Master of Science in Risk Management offered together with the Amsterdam Institute of Finance. This one-year program begins April 2009, and consists of 10 modules in total taking place in both Amsterdam and NYU.

For more information about these new programs, please visit the NYU Stern website.

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