As part of our mission to promote the highest standards of ethics, education, and professional excellence, we have a long history of working with educational institutions around the world. Some of these institutions:
- Incorporate elements of our curricula into their degree programs.
- Offer waivers from graduate school entrance exams or coursework. Learn more.
- Work with local CFA Institute member societies to support student teams in the annual Research Challenge.
Learn more about these programs below or contact us at email@example.com for more information.
The University Affiliation Program recognizes academic institutions that embed a significant portion of the CFA® Program Candidate Body of Knowledge™ (CBOK) into their curriculum. Through cooperation with universities around the world, we seek to promote ethics-based investment education in university degree programs aimed at developing investment professionals. Learn more about the University Affiliation Program
Investment Foundations Academic Program
The Investment Foundations certificate program is a comprehensive global program designed to give everyone a clear understanding of the financial services industry. Students can raise their professional competence by understanding industry functions, relationships, and roles and gaining fundamental knowledge that will help them stand out in a competitive global job market.
We invite universities to further demonstrate their alignment with the financial services industry through our the Investment Foundations Academic Program. Learn more about the Investment Foundations Academic Program
CFA Institute Research Challenge
The Research Challenge offers university students a unique opportunity to learn from leading industry experts and to compete with their peers from the world’s top finance programs. This annual initiative promotes best practices in equity research among the next generation of analysts through hands-on mentoring and intensive training in company analysis and presentation skills.
Learn more about the Research Challenge