At a Glance
Designed for Working Professionals
The Executive Master in Finance curriculum combines theory and practice, and is built around an absolute focus on finance with concentrations on Corporate Finance and Financial Markets, electives, and a capstone project, all of which are designed to help you make an immediate impact in your workplace. The programme will also augment your current skill-set with essential leadership and management techniques, placing finance in a strategic setting to cultivate your role as a leader in the industry.
18 WeeksDuration of programme
12 weeksOn campus
17 weeksOff Campus preparation
6 ModulesNumber of modules
2 weeksDuration of each modules
10 DaysOut of office per module
INSEAD’s full-time faculty reflects the international diversity that is the hallmark of the school, with over 148 men and women from more than 30 different countries. Faculty members are based either in Fontainebleau, Singapore or Abu Dhabi, and many of them teach on all campuses.
The finance courses cover a comprehensive range of topics and frameworks that you can apply to complex financial transactions and evolves with the changing priorities and needs of the financial industry.
3 Core Courses
- Capital Markets I
- Corporate Finance I
3 Core Courses
- Capital Markets II
- Corporate Finance II
- Uncertainty, Data and Judgement
Concentration: Financial Markets
- New Investment Strategies
- Asset and Liability Management in Banking
- Equity Investment
- Sustainable Finance
Concentration: Corporate Finance
- Advanced Corporate Finance
- International Corporate Finance
- Project Finance
- Private Equity – Venture, Minority & Buyout Investing
- ALCO Simulation
- Fair Process Leadership & Governance
- Global Banking and Finance: Structure, Conduct & Performance
- Leadership in Finance
Major Degree Project
|Start date||End Date||Campus|
|Module 1||15 September 2024||28 September 2024||Asia Campus|
|Module 2||13 January 2025||25 January 2025||Asia Campus|
|Module 3||31 March 2025||11 April 2025||Asia Campus|
30 June 2025
|11 July 2025||Europe Campus|
|Module 5||03 November 2025||14 November 2025||Asia Campus|
|Module 6||23 February 2026||06 March 2026||Asia Campus|
|07 March 2026||Asia Campus|
*September 2023 intake module dates are tentative and may change.
INSEAD’s Executive Master in Finance takes an innovative, results-driven approach. It offers a rigorous yet relevant curriculum, delivered by some of the world’s best finance minds, applying real-life experiences, and taught in a highly engaging way:
I feel that my understanding of real-world finance has been expanded like never before from interacting with my peers and professors.
I selected INSEAD’s EMFin programme because its curriculum and focus match my goals perfectly.
The modular format of this programme is ideal for me as it allows me to juggle my role as a wife, mother and full-time work.
Navigating a New World of Finance: The 3 Biggest Trends
After going through massive change, businesses continue to face uncertainty and disruption. What issues will have the greatest impact and how can finance executives navigate the bumpy road ahead? Massimo Massa, Rothschild Chaired Professor of Banking and Professor of Finance at INSEAD, gives his take.
The Capstone Experience
Discover how the Executive Master in Finance (EMFin) combines your experience with newfound knowledge and skills to deliver strategic solutions to real-life challenges in finance. Participants of the INSEAD Executive Master in Finance often remark positively on how the programme blends theoretical and practical learning.
Scaling a Real Estate Business Through a Capstone Project
By demonstrating the benefits of investing in multi-family real estate, these entrepreneurs have raised a private equity fund. In 2015, investors Samuel Kunzman and Cory Sutphin saw an opportunity to buy and run multi-family properties with 10 to 60 units in third-tier American cities.