Set up in collaboration with the University of Geneva (HEC), this Master is taught in English during an intensive 18-months academic course combined with part-time job position in a commodity trading and finance related company. The programme combines therefore the academic rigor of a Master level course with practical on-the-job experience.
The academic curriculum consists of 24 modules structured into three complementary sections: components of trading; commodity hedging and price risk; commodity finance and financial risk management.
Special attention is paid to the selection of the most renowned teachers and guest speakers. The aim is to provide students with the highest academic standards with the selection of faculties known for their knowledge in a particular domain. To complete the learning experience, professionals from the industry are invited to expose participants to practical considerations and examples. It is a powerful mix.
Introduction to Admissions
This Master is designed for motivated individuals who want to work in commodity trading and related businesses, such as trade finance banks, certification, insurance or shipping companies, as well as audit firms.
Given the unique nature of the programme, and its small class size, successful applicants must have: a good undergraduate degree from a university recognised as equivalent to the standard of the University of Geneva, the GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test), with a score of at least 500 and a part-time position in an entity active in commodity trading.
Classes are held bi-weekly Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings at Uni Mail, Univesity of Geneva. Occasionally modules will also be held on Thursday. The programme runs from September for three semesters plus a thesis.
You truly are an idiot, the Fed is a parasite
And is the real entity behind everything that is going wrong in our economy, and you support them. what an idiot!
Here is why we need to end the fed:
Not since 1833 have there been calls to abolish a United States bank. At the time, it was President Andrew Jackson who succeeded in abolishing The Second Bank of the United States. Today it is Congressman Ron Paul of Texas who is calling for an end to the Federal Reserve.
Paul thinks the Fed is the root cause of the financial crisis and what permitted exorbitant risk-taking by companies ranging from Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) to Citigroup (NYSE: C) and from Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) to AIG (NYSE: AIG)