Master’s Degree in Wealth and Financial Management
With a professional orientation, the Master’s Degree in Wealth and Financial Management will provide you with specialised knowledge in the field of finance. Our main objective is to train professionals with extensive know-how in the financial environment and who are capable of generating high added value to companies. The high degree of employability at the end of the master’s degree, as well as the access to jobs with high levels of responsibility in the financial sector is a priority objective for the Master’s Degree in Wealth and Financial Management.
The techniques, methods and procedures acquired by the students of the Master allows them to access a wide range of professional opportunities (private banking, wealth consultant, portfolio manager, market and investment analyst, and stock trader, among others) in all types of companies from the financial sector (banks, savings banks, companies and securities agencies, insurance companies, private equity and family owned businesses).
Internships in leading companies in the financial sector
Incorporated in the CFA Institute University Affiliation Program, which features more than 70% of the CFA Program Candidate Body of Knowledge (CBOK).
High degree of employability in the financial sector after finishing the Master.
IQS is strongly committed to educational quality and has established different processes to ensure continuous improvement through the IQS School of Management Quality Committee, a Quality department and a Quality Manual.
IQS has received accreditation from the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the first international accreditation organisation for business and accounting studies. All undergraduate, Master’s and Doctoral level studies at the IQS School of Management feature this international accreditation and recognition.
On 18 July 2011 the IQS School of Management officially applied to join the AUDIT programme, under the extension mode, adopting the SGIC (Internal Quality Control System) manual from the IQS School of Engineering, which had been presented to the AQU (University Quality Agency) for approval in AUDIT 2009 and was accepted on 22 April 2010.
All study programmes in the IQS School of Management boast AACSB accreditation.
Wealth manager and financial advisor