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Part-time business/finance courses

 
#1 Part-time business/finance courses
31/10/2007 11:29

Chris

Can anyone recommend to me which are the best business or finance courses in London run on a part-time basis?

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#2 RE: Part-time business/finance courses
31/10/2007 11:58

Bob to Chris (#1)

CIMA

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#3 RE: Part-time business/finance courses
01/11/2007 12:47

Chris to Bob (#2)

CIMA is useful, yes, but the time commitment I have at work would not allow me to study the amount of hours required to complete it in any sort of short-term timeframe.

I was thinking more about LBS/CASS type evening/weekend courses on finance.

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#4 RE: Part-time business/finance courses
01/11/2007 16:37

TC to Chris (#3)

Do you really want to spend your evenings and weekends studying finance??

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#5 RE: Part-time business/finance courses
01/11/2007 16:53

Chris to TC (#4)

Well, I think that it would be a very useful thing to do, particularly a modelling course, for example, in order to give myself a greater skillset that would enable me to maybe move into IB or PE in 18-24 months.

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