Master in Business Administration (Finance)

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About MBA (Finance)

AJNIFM and JNU have signed a MoU for a two-year full time MBA programme in Finance where MBA Degree to be awarded by Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. The programme is open to fresh graduates as well as experienced candidates in Government and Corporate sector desirous of a career in Finance.

The evolution of MBA (Finance) at AJNIFM has its roots deep-seated into the need of the society for a world-class education in Financial Sector with specific focus on Financial Markets.

The MBA (Finance) programme has been designed with the objective of developing trained professionals in the financial sector capable of occupying positions of responsibility in regulatory bodies, Stock Exchanges, market intermediaries, banks, mutual funds, asset management companies and similar organizations.

The curriculum also entails skill development sessions where industry professionals and hands-on training on advanced financial software such as Bloomberg, Prowess, and Refinitiv Eikon impart extensive training to participants using market simulations, corporate visits, and lectures on current topics.

Additionally, the participants are required to undergo Domestic and International visits to financial regulator’s and institutions at Mumbai and Singapore. In both these visits, the participants have an opportunity to interact with professionals functioning at the apex level in the financial sector such as RBI, SEBI, NSE, BSE, NCDEX, MCX, FIMMDA, CDSL, as well as World Bank, Bloomberg, Refinitiv and Singapore Exchange (SGX).

The placements are a consequence of relentless hard work and sweat for grueling two years of MBA (Finance). The final year students are placed at the prestigious organizations like NSE, BSE, Thomson Reuters, Moody’s, NCDEX, Ericsson, L&T Financial Services, Barclays, CRISIL, S&P Capital IQ, etc. Students at AJNIFM armed with diverse skill sets have successfully exceeded their recruiter’s expectations leading to repeat hiring of subsequent batches.