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    Is this a good education? Of course, you will not be able to evaluate the exact content of the courses, but on background on the titles of the courses, would you consider the following degree relevant and interesting for someone with an ambition to become an I-banker with speciality in Corporate Finance? Accordingly, all the courses with a macroeconomic/mathematical/statistical content will contain discussions of, where a given model/theory could support one, when making management decisions in practice.

    University: Copenhagen Business School

    Language of Instruction: Danish.

    One year of full time study = 60 ECTS.

    15 ECTS: Business Economics and Microeconomics
    22 ECTS: Real Analysis and Linear Algebra
    12 ECTS: Computer Science
    7 ECTS: Marketing.
    3,5 ECTS: Organisation and Management

    15 ECTS: Macroeconomics
    7,5 ECTS: Mathematical Analysis and Static Optimisation
    7,5 ECTS: Differential Equations and Optimal Control Theory
    15 ECTS: Probability and Statistics
    6 ECTS: Operational Analysis
    6 ECTS: Economic Decisions within the Firm
    6 ECTS: Elective Seminar

    7 ECTS: Statistical Models
    6 ECTS: Industrial Economics
    15 ECTS: Game Theory and Decision Making
    7,5 ECTS: Theory of Science
    7 ECTS: Finance
    15 ECTS: Bachelor Thesis

    Prospects: Recent successful graduates take up further studies at leading universities in Denmark (e.g. MSc in Finance and Strategic Management at CBS) and abroad (e.g. MSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics at LSE).
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    (Original post by Christian87)
    Is this a good education? Of course, you will not be able to evaluate the exact content of the courses, but on background on the titles of the courses, would you consider the following degree relevant and interesting for someone with an ambition to become an I-banker with speciality in Corporate Finance? Accordingly, all the courses with a macroeconomic/mathematical/statistical content will contain discussions of, where a given model/theory could support one, when making management decisions in practice.

    University: Copenhagen Business School

    Language of Instruction: Danish.

    One year of full time study = 60 ECTS.

    15 ECTS: Business Economics and Microeconomics
    22 ECTS: Real Analysis and Linear Algebra
    12 ECTS: Computer Science
    7 ECTS: Marketing.
    3,5 ECTS: Organisation and Management

    15 ECTS: Macroeconomics
    7,5 ECTS: Mathematical Analysis and Static Optimisation
    7,5 ECTS: Differential Equations and Optimal Control Theory
    15 ECTS: Probability and Statistics
    6 ECTS: Operational Analysis
    6 ECTS: Economic Decisions within the Firm
    6 ECTS: Elective Seminar

    7 ECTS: Statistical Models
    6 ECTS: Industrial Economics
    15 ECTS: Game Theory and Decision Making
    7,5 ECTS: Theory of Science
    7 ECTS: Finance
    15 ECTS: Bachelor Thesis

    Prospects: Recent successful graduates take up further studies at leading universities in Denmark (e.g. MSc in Finance and Strategic Management at CBS) and abroad (e.g. MSc in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics at LSE).
    it looks very general course. for corporate finance theres no right or wrong degree. too many people here ask what degree i need blah blah. corporate finance people come various background. you need to be intelligent, hard working and so on with usually 2 internships before graduation to get the full time offer.
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    Warwick Uni are now offering Masters courses in Corporate Finance & Asset Management. I looked into these with regards to getting an Asset Management job with Deutsch Bank, as the GRADUATE places are all filled with MBA students :-)

    I'd already worked in Corporate Finance and to be honest, so long as your are pretty switched on and competent dealing with people far your superior, you should be ok. It's typically a public school career, which is why I fit in :P
 
 
 
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