Why do some investors relish in danger and others flee at the first sign of market volatility? Take a step into this new and exciting area in finance and discover why individual, corporate and market psychology is driving current investment decision making and behaviour; even go on to identify how this cutting edge research could be used to improve financial performance.

Monday 4 March–Friday 8 March 2019
MBA Suite
Arman Eshraghi


Applications for this course have now closed.

Join us for a captivating course where you will explore behaviour of financial markets and the psychology that affects it, shedding light on why individuals are driven to make financial decisions that are not always in line with their own interests.

Learn how you can spot and correct the biases and errors of judgment to which all of us are prone, and learn how to exploit these common mistakes to improve your performance as both individual and professional investors.

​Course Fees

20% discount for the staff and alumni of University of Edinburgh.

The deadline for applications is 4 February 2019.

For entry requirements please see our MBA entry requirements.

Please email us if you would like more information: executive@business-school.ed.ac.uk.

What did last year's participants think about the course?

The professor is an incredible teacher and passionate about the subject. The learning environment, as well as the advantages in investing from behavioural finance were incredibly valuable.