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Advanced Business Financial Analysis Programme

Course overview and methodology

Deusto Business School is offering this specialist course which has been designed for executives with a background in Financial Analysis for business It is therefore not a programme targeting those who wish to study business finance but offers a format to recycle and enhance previous knowledge.

The course examines complex financial concepts which are widely used on today's business scene. There is a strong emphasis on business practice through the use of case studies and exercises which have been previously tested by the lecturer. They contain subjects for debate, which prove to be particularly enriching when discussed with a group of professionals. The classes foster dialogue with the lecturers and promote critical thinking from both parties, which intends to be the key value of this learning experience.

The practical exercises are debated in two stages: initially in a small working group and later when the lecturer has collected the teams' conclusions and the plenary debate kicks off.

 

Course overview and methodology

Deusto Business School is offering this specialist course which has been designed for executives with a background in Financial Analysis for business It is therefore not a programme targeting those who wish to study business finance but offers a format to recycle and enhance previous knowledge.

The course examines complex financial concepts which are widely used on today's business scene. There is a strong emphasis on business practice through the use of case studies and exercises which have been previously tested by the lecturer. They contain subjects for debate, which prove to be particularly enriching when discussed with a group of professionals. The classes foster dialogue with the lecturers and promote critical thinking from both parties, which intends to be the key value of this learning experience.

The practical exercises are debated in two stages: initially in a small working group and later when the lecturer has collected the teams' conclusions and the plenary debate kicks off.