INSEAD Launches Master in Finance Degree

20-month program split between school's Singapore and Fontainebleau campuses

INSEAD has announced that it has launched a new Master in Finance degree program.

The new program is 12 weeks long over 20 months, and takes place in five modules. Four of the modules take place on INSEAD's Singapore campus, while one takes place in Fontainebleau (which is outside of Paris.)

According to INSEAD's Master in Finance course webpage, the "degree provides a greater depth of finance and accounting skills than you would normally experience in an MBA," while also focusing on leadership and management skills.

The program is aimed primarily at professionals who have 4-6 years of work experience. The first intake has already begun; applications are currently being accepted for an April 2014 intake.

For more information, please see the INSEAD press release announcing the launch of the Master in Finance program.

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