What

About the program

The International Master in Finance Brazil-Europe is a full-time one-year program that will allow you to master the financial techniques and tools sought by many financial institutions, companies, and public organizations. It combines a rigorous academic core of professors and researchers with tailored practical applications, designed in consultation with leading financial recruiters.

The program will provide in depth knowledge in the areas of corporate finance, quantitative analysis, management of financial institutions and investment banking necessary to excel in today’s international financial markets.

The International Master in Finance Brazil-Europe is a joint program offered by Nova School of Business and Economics and São Paulo School of Economics – Fundação Getulio Vargas – two highly regarded international business schools, with a proven track record in preparing specialized finance professionals.

The International Master in Finance program was ranked #14 worldwide by the FT in the Masters in Finance 2016 list.

Why

Key Features

  • 3 locations: São Paulo, London and Lisbon
  • 2 degrees: students are awarded Master's in Finance degree by both Nova School of Business and Economics and EESP-FGV
  • 1 year full time program
  • 100% taught in English
  • For students with undergraduate in Economics, Business, Finance, Engineering or other scientific areas with sufficient quantitative training
  • No professional experience required

Students have the opportunity to study in a multicultural learning environment. São Paulo is the vibrant financial capital of Latin America. London is one of the world’s leading financial center and Lisbon is the gateway to relevant Portuguese speaking countries in Africa as well as home of one of the strongest academic finance groups in Europe.

Here students will benefit from first-hand contact with diversified financial institutions, work on real-life cases, and prepare for a demanding career in an international market. The experience gathered in these three locations and the first-rate academic preparation will open you the doors of any of the world’s leading financial organizations.

Portuguese is spoken by more than a quarter-of-a billion people, most living in the globally relevant economies of Brazil, Angola and Mozambique. The IMF Brazil-Europe is fully taught in English. However, Portuguese language classes are available for those students wishing to enjoy and explore more thoroughly the networking opportunities.

Program Details

August

Semester

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EESP-FGV

September

October

November

December

January

Financial Markets Module

February

Semester

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NOVA SBE

March

April

May

Jun

Work Project

July

August/September

WP Public Defense