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Manhattanville Announces Partnership with New York Institute of Finance

In an effort that will bring more domestic and international students to study finance, BCW Member Manhattanville College this week announced a partnership with the New York Institute of Finance to collaborate on offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs focused on financial analytics, business management, and educational management.

The New York Institute of Finance (NYIF), founded by the New York Stock Exchange in 1922, has a 100-year history of facilitating training for finance professionals and providing continuing education in the industry and at corporations worldwide. More than 50,000 people in 125 countries are trained through NYIF annually. Many of the world’s leading financial institutions, central banks and regulatory bodies are clients of the Institute.

“We are excited to embark on this new venture with the New York Institute of Finance, one of New York City’s oldest and most reputable institutions for financial training,’’ said Manhattanville President Michael E. Geisler, Ph.D. “This initiative is in keeping with our mission to educate socially responsible leaders in a global community, bringing additional international students to campus from many new countries worldwide while also providing our domestic students with exposure to international business practices and global markets, thus further increasing their job opportunities both locally and globally. It will firmly position Manhattanville College as a leader in global education in Westchester County.”

“As 2022 is the 100th year of NYIF’s founding, we are extremely pleased to begin our centennial with the announcement of our partnership with Manhattanville College,” said NYIF’s Chief Executive Officer, Lee Tian. Our partnership also provides us an opportunity to work with U.S. higher education institutions to offer more cutting-edge, job-linked courses and together provide U.S. educational opportunities to a wider range of global students. The partnership between NYIF and Manhattanville truly exemplifies this vision.”

Starting this fall, students can begin working toward degrees through the New York Institute of Finance at Manhattanville College with a focus on developing business management and educational management skills in a digital and global learning environment. NYIF students will be able to pursue Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or a Master of Science (M.S.) in Finance, or Master of Arts in Education (M.Ed.) degrees at Manhattanville. For more information or to apply, visit mville.edu.

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