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“Interesting finance courses but somewhat dismay in fundamental ones”
Norwegian School of Management BI
Courses are structured in such a way that first provides the students with necessary fundamental knowledge and then immerse them in the more advanced and up-to-date finance knowledge.
First semester starts with mathematics, econometrics, and asset pricing. Other business courses are included such as microeconomics and business ethics. Then the second and fourth semesters are when the students dwell in more complicated and specific focuses in finance such as Investments, Valuation, Risk Management, and Portfolio Management.
The core courses in finance are all very good, the materials are up-to-date, and most of the professors are academically and professionally excellent with in-depth knowledge in their field. However, the basic courses are led by not very good professors when they fail to provide justifiable reasons in grading.
Academic structure of the two-year master program is set so it's not possible to shorten to the program if one wishes to. Furthermore, it is worth noted that BI is a private school with tuition of roughly USD11,000 per year.
Overall, BI provides finance students with the most updated knowledge in finance, from M&A finance to asset management.
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Up-to-date real-world finance materials
Few non-finance courses not very helpful