1 year and a half (3 semesters and 1 summer sessions)
Total credits: 45
One week a month, monday through Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 10:15 p.m. and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
RPC-SO-02-No.010-2016, January 13, 2016
Updated CES Approval: RPC-SO-16-No.335-2020, July 15, 2020
Enrollment fee: $1,290.00
February 20, 2021,
May 8 and 29,
June 12 and 26,
July 10 and 24, and August 7, 2021
The USFQ Master's in Banking and Financial Management is committed to training professionals capable of efficiently managing banks in Ecuador and the world, creatively performing in the management of instruments for savings, financing, and investment.
The applicant must demonstrate full-time professional experience in the banking or financial sector for two years after graduating from university, and must be working at the time of application to the program.
The graduate of the Master's in Banking and Financial Management of USFQ has the necessary managerial competencies to perform management functions in banks, coops, insurance companies, and others within the local and international banking and financial sectors.
USFQ Business School es miembro de BALAS (Business Association of Latin American Studies) y AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
El estudiante será parte de una red de contactos donde se unen profesionales, academia y empresas en busca de desarrollar oportunidades de negocio, compartir información y buscar clientes potenciales.
El estudiante de la maestría de Gerencia Bancaria y Financiera podrá participar en la SEMANA INTERNACIONAL que se lleva a cabo en la Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá (no incluye gastos de viaje, tickets aéreos y hospedaje).
Acceso a la infraestructura física de la USFQ:
- Laboratorios de Neuromarketing
- Plataforma Bloomberg
- Zonas recreativas
- Bachelor's degree in Administration, Commercial Engineering, Financial Engineering, Economics, Foreign Trade, Bank Management, Insurance and similar, issued by an accredited university in the country and registered with SENESCYT. In the case of Bachelor's degrees obtained abroad, they must be apostilled or legalized by Consular means. The University will verify that the degree corresponds to the third level, in accordance with the current Academic Regime Regulations.
However, the graduate program may evaluate and suggest the admission of applicants with degrees in other areas of knowledge, according to Resolution RPC-SO-25-N or. 491-2017.
Copy of the identity card or passport.
Degree certificate with grade average.
Official transcript with grades.
A printed copy of degree at SENESCYT.
Pass the USFQ graduate admission exam. To do so, refer to the admissions process at: http://www.usfq.edu.ec/admisiones/admisiones_posgrado
Specific program requirements:
The applicant must demonstrate full-time professional experience in the banking or financial sector for two years after graduating from university and must be working at the time of application to the program.
Be working when applying to the program.
Two letters of recommendation.
Fill personal data sheet.
Prepare an essay: Within the Selection process, the applicant will be asked to write an essay on a subject to be determined. The essay will be evaluated as part of the admission process.
Interview: After the exam, the applicant will be asked for a personal interview. This interview takes place approximately two weeks after taking the Admission Exam.
Total investment: $14,900 (Tuition + Enrollment fee)
Enrollment fee: $1,290 (a single payment that can be deferred to 3 months without interest with the following credit cards: Diners Club, Banco de Pichincha, and Banco de Guayaquil)
Tuition: $12,900 (two payments that can be deferred up to 24 months without interest with the following credit cards: Diners, Pichincha, and Guayaquil).
*Payments with other cards according to the conditions that apply.
Tuition, access to electronic resources and USFQ facilities, academic cost at the Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, and food.
Does not include:
Airline tickets, accommodation, and participation in a second international week.
Student who require assistance can access financing for a percentage of the value of the graduate program. This amount may begin being paid upon graduation.