The MBA is by far and away the most successful degree of the 20th century. Look at the American statistics. The first degree was not given out until the 1900’s. By the end of the 20th century it had a 27% market share of all graduate degrees given out.
By earning a Master in Business Administration (MBA) with an emphasis on finance, graduates gain specialized knowledge and skills within the financial sector, which may help them to find a highly skilled career. Students may be able to obtain an MBA in Finance in about two years’ time.
In Brazil, there are three types of degree:
Bachelors - takes between four to six years to complete and students can work as teachers after finishing four years of research. Masters - takes one to two years to achieve; Doctoral/PhD - the highest degree you can study and takes three to four years to achieve. These three degrees loosely correspond to the three cycles of the Bologna Process - the European system of higher education. This means that if you have achieved an undergraduate degree at a European university, you should be qualified to achieve a Masters in Brazil.
adequate Hours; renowned professors and experts on the local market; infrastructure compatible with the standard requirement of our target audience; practical experience
adequate Hours; renowned professors and experts on the local market; infrastructure compatible with the standard requirement of our target audience; practical experience and the presence of invited professionals in some modules.
General: enable participants to use the fundamental and practical concepts of Finance and Accounting, offering the level of knowledge required in order to exert control activities and monitoring of the plans of the companies.
provide the necessary knowledge tools and technical tools so that participants can manage and establish controls and monitoring necessary for the decision-making process and audit;
enable participants in the development of financial planning, economic and tax companies;
provide the necessary knowledge of finances that enable participants to make decisions based on the financial statements and to actively participate in strategy formulation, planning, implementation and control, as well as knowledge in the application of accounting standards and audit procedures;
allow participants to structure information and provide conditions for the development of capacity for reflection, analysis and synthesis;
promote collaboration and integration among participants.