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ESA launches finance curriculum with Italian partner
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École Supérieure des Affaires (ESA) signed a partnership agreement today with SDA Bocconi, a reputed Italian university, to establish an Executive Master in Financial Management (EMFM).

Both institutions have agreed to cooperate on the delivery of a tailored made executive major. Leonardo Etro, Director of SDA Bocconi, said: “Lebanon is an interesting area for us in the Mediterranean and we found with ESA common platform, values, and approach to the market.”

The EMFM program will be adapted to the local and regional business environment. It is an advanced program that provides thorough understanding of finance to interested participants. It targets bankers and people working in financial institutions, stock markets, as well as venture capitals. Courses include finance and banking issues, corporate finance, and equity issues.

According to Stéphane Attali, Director General of ESA, the program offers several new opportunities for candidates to build capacities. He said that they will be provided with international quality standards and diplomas.

The EMFM may be completed in 18 months, sessions are provided in English for three consecutive days in the month, at an approximate total cost of $20,000. Candidates should be holding a bachelor’s degree in business administration and have a minimum of three years of experience as traders, or in banks.
Reported by Rania Ghanem
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Date Posted: Oct 22, 2015