ALBA Graduate Business School is proud to announce that its MSc in Finance Program has been included in the Financial Times 2007 list of Masters in Finance Programmes. ALBA is the only Greek academic institution to be included in this prestigious list, which includes 61 established academic institutions across the world.
The list featured in the Special Report entitled “Financial Training”, which was published by the Financial Times in the issue of Monday June 18th, and includes 36 MSc in Finance Programs from Europe, 22 from North America and 3 from Asia.
The Dean of ALBA Graduate Business School, Professor Nickolaos G. Travlos, commented on this international accolade, “Our MSc in Finance builds on the optimum combination of the most solid academic knowledge with the latest market practices. We feel very proud of this international recognition, especially as the Financial Times list positions ALBA Graduate Business School as the only Greek academic institution among a group of top Business Schools at international level”.
Regarding the ALBA MSc in Finance Program
The ALBA MSc in Finance has been designed to offer a unique educational experience - one that combines and balances the need for rigor and academic thinking with the practical aspects of the dynamic “real world” of finance. The program aims at equipping students with solid conceptual, analytical and technologically advanced training in finance and a sound understanding of the application of theories and techniques in banking, corporate finance, investment management, risk management and treasury management.
For more information on the ALBA MSc in Finance Program, please contact Ms. Theoni Triandafillidou, tel: +30 210-8964531, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org