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CFA® Preparation Program Class Schedule

See Class Schedule in French

The Preparation program is scheduled around the dates of the CFA exam, which takes place every year in June (levels 1, 2 and 3) and in December (level 1).

Individual candidates

The program consists of 18 three-hour sessions held over three to eight months (depending on the CFA level), based on a schedule tailored to accomodate the constraints of working professionals. Classes meet one or two days a week in the evenings, from 6 pm to 9 pm. Classes are held at AGS, on 101, boulevard Raspail, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris.

See class schedule for Level 1

Contact us

For more information or if you wish to visit the school, please contact Kambiz Zare: kambiz.zare@ags.edu

Tel: +33 (0)1 45 44 98 70

Group training

Tailored schedules may be organized for groups from corporations, financial institutions or other types of organizations.

Classes may be held either in-house at the institution’s premises, or at AGS on Boulevard Raspail, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, at the convenience of the institution.

For more information please contact Kambiz Zare: kambiz.zare@ags.edu.


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Sir Christopher MacRae United Kingdom
Diplomat
Member of the Board of Advisors
School of International Relations

quote leftI aim to help my students prepare for life beyond "the groves of academe" - especially how to ask the right questions to work out what is really going on out there. Along the way, they practice writing lucidly and succinctly. It is stimulating teaching such a lively crew. I hope they also find it fun being challenged to analyse the facts without prejudice and to think originally.quote right

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