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NSE launches PG programme in global financial markets

The National Stock Exchange has launched a full time post graduate programme in global financial markets (PGP-GFM), for which classes will commence in New Delhi from July 27, 2015.

education Updated: Jun 08, 2015 17:23 IST
HT Education Correspondent
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The National Stock Exchange has launched a full time post graduate programme in global financial markets (PGP-GFM), for which classes will commence in New Delhi from July 27, 2015. PGP-GFM is a highly specialised programme with a globally benchmarked curriculum. This programme wil offer 14 international regulatory certifications from US, Singapore and India. The participants will develop skills to handle international clients and will be exposed to best market practices, during a weeklong Singapore immersion programme.

The programme offers multiple career options in financial markets in USA, Singapore and India. Career prospects (after completing the course) abound in banking and financial institutions, asset management companies, consulting firms, private equity firms, venture capitalist firms, regulator agencies and credit rating agencies.

There is also considerable employment scope in the domain of hedge funds, technology, insurance, NBFCs etc.

Graduates with 50% marks who have qualified in CAT, GMAT, XAT, CMAT, ATMA etc are eligible to apply. Those who have not appeared for CAT/MAT etc, can now appear for the NSE online test to be held between June 23 and June 27 in 154 centres. For details refer to India.

The last date for applications is June 22, 2015. The final selection will be based on the test score, academic profile and interview (video interview for outstation candidates). Candidates with professional qualification will be preferred.