Study wealth management in the heart of private banking & boost your career

If you want to advise and manage high net worth client accounts or prepare yourself for a top-level Ph.D. program, then the Master in Wealth Management is for you.

A two-year program accredited by CAIA and SFI, it is based on modules combining traditional financial market courses such as portfolio management with law courses like banking regulation. Our curriculum also offers courses in new and multidisciplinary fields, e.g. sustainable finance and neuro-finance. You can tailor the program to suit your career aspirations by choosing from among the different modules and a wide range of elective courses. You can also earn credits while gaining industry experience through internships programs.

The quality of teaching is guaranteed by an exceptional faculty that combines cutting-edge academic research and industry knowledge and by various teaching methods that encourage learning by doing.

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GEMWeM “Geneva Master in Wealth Management”

Welcome to the official website of GEMWeM – the Geneva Masters in Wealth Management.

This degree is accredited as a Master of Science in Wealth Management from the University of Geneva. It is vocationally-oriented and combines both practice and in-depth theoretical study, which is essential for gaining a thorough understanding of both wealth management and of finance in general. The course is also dedicated to contributing to the development of the field through research.

The course is based on modules designed to help students acquire an in-depth knowledge of risk management, international finance, banking and finance law and how to evaluate and select financial assets.

Structure

Internships

Students may take on internships lasting a minimum of 3 months, at the end of which they will write an internship report which will be evaluated during an oral defence. Internships are worth 15 credits and can be validated as practical classes or electives.

Master Thesis

The thesis is an academic work, 30 credits ECTS, will be to produce and will be estimated by an academic member during an oral defense.