Both MBA and Master of Finance can be completed in 18 months

Hult International Business School is offering its incoming September 2009 MBA class the option of pursuing a Master of Finance at no extra cost. The accelerated master's program would immediately follow the one-year MBA program, and can be finished in six months.

According to Hult, the new program will cover topics including Financial Analysis, Company Valuations, Investment Banking, Portfolio Analysis, Investment Strategy, Financial Instruments and Capital Markets.

Prospective applicants who submit a successful MBA application before April 30, 2009 will be given a 25,000 USD scholarship to cover the additional tuition fee for the Master of Finance.

For more information, please visit the Hult Business School website.

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