Take the Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) Program Exam Preparation Classes in San Francisco at GGU

Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange, Downtown Financial District, Manhattan, New York City, USA. 16th September 2014. Photo Tim Clayton (Photo by Tim Clayton/Corbis via Getty Images)

Golden Gate University will now offer live, on-campus Chartered Financial Analyst® (CFA) Program Exam Preparation Classes — thanks to a new partnership with CFA Society San Francisco (CFASF). Candidates may choose CFA/GGU exam prep classes for all three levels of the exam, held on weekends or weeknights, at Golden Gate University (downtown San Francisco).  Weeknight classes for the Level I exam start on Tuesday, September 18th and Saturday classes begin on September 22nd.  All students must register by the class start date.

A live review course carries a number of benefits for CFA® Program exam preparation, including access to CFA® charterholder instructors who are specialists in each study session topic, as well as a structure that is tailored to the timeline of the exam.

About the Partnership with CFASF

Since its founding in 1929, CFASF has led the finance profession by promoting the highest standards of ethics, professional excellence, and fellowship.  The new partnership combines GGU’s long tradition of providing a world-class education to working professionals with CFASF’s depth in the industry and expertise in CFA Program exam material.


CFA Program exam preparation is the next chapter of the growing partnership between CFASF and GGU. In 2017, GGU’s Masters of Science in Finance (MSF) program became certified as a University Affiliate of the CFA Institute, meaning that 70% of the curriculum conforms to the learning outcomes of the CFA exam.

You can find details classes for all levels on CFASF’s website.  For more information, contact David Kaczorowski, CFA, GGU Academic Program Manager.

CFA® and Chartered Financial Analyst® are registered trademarks owned by CFA Institute.


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