Business Schools can incorporate in their own MBA and/or Masters in Finance Programs the GEMFM Finance Specialization:
Choose 6 (out of 30 possible modules) GEMFM Global Network courses for your MBA and/or Masters in Finance programs such that:
a. All or some are common both for the MBA and the Masters in Finance that the Business School offers.
b. Take into account the market, in order to offer the courses in 3 consecutive days’ modules (24 hours in total, in class). According to GEMFM Global Network experience, teaching one module per month works very well. Total course hours are expanded including individual study hours, group work, etc.
c. Take into account the market, in order to teach all courses in English (with multilingual lecturers; in case students need a Spanish, Dutch, French, or Italian explanation or switch, it can usually be done). The combination of GEMFM Global Network courses that can be offered depends on the previous.
Advantages of including 6 GEMFM Global Network courses at the Business School programs:
a. The GEMFM Finance Specialization integrates a network of selected professors of highly-ranked business schools from all-over-the world, with a proven track record in executive education, providing a rich plurality of content and perspective.
b. The Business School can include GEMFM Global Network lecturers as invited (external) faculty, for its own local accreditations.
c. Students will receive an additional certificate, issued by GEMFM Global Network.
d. The Business School programs become international by: a. Including foreign lecturers. The GEMFM Global Network is an organization of financial professionals and educational experts from 4 different continents. b. Offering the New York Study Tour to their students. The 5-days New York Study Tour consists of an intense and competitive simulation of bank management strategies, together with visits to financial institutions and important financial sector players. It usually takes place in the Cornell Club, with a combination of guest speakers and simulation-based training provided by ProBanker. Students can use the language version of ProBanker of their choice. c. Offering the opportunity for student and staff exchange in different locations where the Global Executive Masters in Financial Management program is being taught. d. Through the international network, participants can also connect to students and alumni of other GEMFM Global Network programs abroad.