Jul 17, 2017
Mr. Michel is really an amazing teacher! His lectures are vivic and greatly attracts my attention. I hope to take more of his classes because I've Learned more than I nomally can do in a short class
Mar 15, 2016
This course excellent provides all the basic information which is important and necessary would recommend the course to all the newbies in financial markets\n\nP.S:The professors are AMAZING!
By Mwahafa N•
Feb 15, 2016
By Aleksandr B•
Mar 09, 2018
More written assignments and real world examples would be helpful
By Gerald M•
Apr 01, 2016
One of the things that I didn't like is that I couldn't complete the course because, without purchasing the course, I didn't have access to the assignments / quizzes. But the content is good and the Geneva teachers are nice (specially Michel!). Also, some USB guest lectures are not adequate for this type of course, which is for beginners. Sometimes the guest lectures are not even related to the content of the modules where they are presented.
By Jose M M•
Mar 06, 2016
The course is fine but the obligation to pay for reviewing quizzies is a mistake if the course expects to get good valuations (in stars) and promotion. There are similar or even better content available in other courses which are truly open and that request for payment if the student wish to get the certificate.
Wrong positioning of University of Genève offering this MOOC from an economical point of view. They ask for more than others and will get less.
By Suhib D•
Jan 16, 2018
It's difficult to understand for those who didn't study finance
By Moreno C•
Mar 20, 2016
The course is comprehensive and the instructors have good teaching skills.
The level is introductory.
I would recommend this course to beginners with limited previous exposure to investment management.
By Barbara G•
Mar 23, 2016
Some very good explanations, especially by Michel Girardin. Some other courses lack explanations.
By Kasper M•
Mar 10, 2016
Good basic understanding. However the professors can be a bit more professional, sometimes it feels like Im a high school student again, the way they explain things.
By Juan D H C•
Oct 22, 2017
Good introductory course. Basic level.
By Diego C•
Aug 25, 2017
This is a very basic course on financial markets and adresses various topics in a relatively vague way. It is a good introduction if you have not much experience with finance and economincs, but on the other hand, sometimes it treats some topics as if the student already has previous knwoledge on them.
By Sebastian M•
May 21, 2017
I expected more. I hope the next levels are better designed.
Feb 29, 2016
just a normal online course, the instructors are just reciting their ppt and prepared materials. Pretty boring.
By Danilo A E•
Mar 05, 2016
A little too theoretical and the subjects are not easy to follow.
It should have more step by step and deep explanation (math stuff).
The interest rates vs bonds are difficult for begginers, it should be transmitted in different ways.
By Loic R•
Mar 20, 2016
I learn some interesting things. The course gets better for week 3-4. However, the course could use better the Coursera format and strenght.
The certified certificate is pricy compared to other courses.
In overall it’s good.
By L.F.G. K•
Mar 23, 2016
Great subjects and some great teachers. But every now and then I missed some proper explanations.
Further, reverences to articles and books to better understand the subjects were missing as well.
By MIR F•
Sep 18, 2019
THE COURSE WAS REALLY HELPFUL FOR MY FINANCIAL KNOWLEDGE
By Markus F•
Sep 15, 2016
There is alot of advertisement for UBS in this course.
By Ahmad H•
Nov 25, 2017
The course is nice, but I was under the impression that this course is for beginners, while the lecturers did not explain the terms they used clearly. for example i finished the course and passed it without understanding what is the duration of the bond!! practically speaking, I used to learn the terms from the lecturers and google them to understand and the website investopedia was my main help in this matter. I also think practical examples might be useful in this matter
By Kaikui W•
Feb 26, 2016
This course is too elementary. U of G is considered to be a top university in the world, I am expecting an advanced course, at least teach us some asset pricing theories, such as APT, thanks.
By Héctor J R•
May 14, 2019
The content is badly organized and the lessons poorly focused.
By mahmoud s•
Aug 06, 2019
I think this course is not for someone beginner on finance, because many fundamental topics are missed like :
*what are Economic indicators and the business cycle (before using chart with GDP and talk about emerging/developped country, it should explain how to mesure economic of a country)
*difference between real, nominal interest
*more explications about : inflation, stagnation, recession...
before passing any quize, it's should be more exercices for practice.
I noticed that quizs, keep the same questions, when you try to retake the quiz
By Marcus K•
Oct 16, 2019
Very disappointed. The whole course lacked a grasp on reality. Too much general theories that could be read from any book or the internet. Too much focus on mathematical equations and in general, I wouldn't say this course actually gives a proper overview of financial markets. It will most likely leave the attendees confused, rather than educated. Mr. Michel Girardin was the highlight of the course, but he was pretty much the only good thing in this course and only because of his good teaching techniques.