Financial Modeling Courses in NYC or Live Online

Group Classes & Corporate Training

Learn financial modeling to build cash flow models and value companies in hands-on classroom and corporate training in New York. Our classes are taught by top Wall Street analysts and investment bankers using our proprietary curriculum.

  • In-person courses
  • Flexible training solutions
  • Small class sizes
  • Hands-on & interactive

Small Group Financial Modeling Classes

Our Financial Modeling Courses courses are instructor-led in our Manhattan classrooms or live online (virtual learning).

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Corporate Training

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Why Learn at Career Centers

Highly Reviewed by Our Alumni

From our hands-on training style to world-class instructors and proprietary curriculum, we deliver a learning experience our alumni can be proud of.

Our Financial Modeling Courses are rated 4.8 stars by 7,455 students

in the past 24 months

Excellent value for cost. Lot of personal attention with small class sizes. Overall great class.

Excellent class. Instructor explained everything thoroughly and the class content helps you understand what was taught.

Mourad is a fantastic presenter with a great grasp on the information and has the skills to teach it effectively!

As someone pursuing a career change, the hands-on, practical experience I got from the financial modeling bootcamp was exactly what I needed.

Mount Sinai

Great instructor!

If you're in doubt, don't be - you will definitely leave feeling empowered about your career!

Royal Bank of Canada

Upcoming Financial Modeling Classes in NYC

All times are listed in Eastern Time unless otherwise specified.

July 2024
July 29–31
Weekdays 10–5pm
18 Hours
NYC or Live Online

Go from novice to expert in our three-day comprehensive Excel Bootcamp. You’ll learn advanced database functions, calculations, and formulas, shortcuts, Pivot Tables and scripts, and macros for automating tasks with ease. 

August 2024
August 8–12
Weekdays 10–5pm
18 Hours
NYC or Live Online

Go from novice to expert in our three-day comprehensive Excel Bootcamp. You’ll learn advanced database functions, calculations, and formulas, shortcuts, Pivot Tables and scripts, and macros for automating tasks with ease. 

August 15–21
Weekdays 10–5pm
30 Hours
NYC or Live Online

Master advanced Excel, corporate finance, and corporate valuation in this intensive five-day bootcamp.  You’ll learn the terms and vocabulary used within the industry to prepare you for interviews and have a valuation model to present from your portfolio. After this course, you’ll be prepared to work as a financial analyst.

August 19
Monday 10–5pm
6 Hours
NYC or Live Online

Master the advanced Excel tricks, techniques, and tools financial analysts use to build and audit financial models. By the end of this course, you will know how to write efficient and flexible formulas, create sensitivity analysis, and master Excel's features for finance.

August 19–21
Monday to Wednesday 10–5pm
18 Hours
NYC or Live Online

Build a financial model and learn corporate finance and accounting principles. By the end of this course, you'll have a comprehensive Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) model to add to your portfolio. You'll have a fundamental knowledge of corporate finance and accounting concepts. Finally, your advanced Microsoft Excel skills will aid you in building financial models quickly and accurately.

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What is Financial Modeling?

Finance professionals use financial models to analyze a company’s performance (i.e., profits and losses) and use this information to make decisions. You can use a financial model to determine if you should invest in a company or make an offer to buy it directly. A model can also be used to simulate the impact of a financial decision or event. Financial modeling is a valuable tool for anyone in real estate, investment, and FinTech.

At Career Centers, we offer a variety of classes for aspiring financial analysts as well as seasoned finance professionals that want to sharpen their technical skills. With the growing intersection between finance and technology, there’s never been a better time to learn. Students at Career Centers can choose from a variety of courses to suit their schedule and learning preferences.

Financial Modeling Course Options at Career Centers

At Careers Centers, we offer a variety of Financial Modeling Courses to help you reach your goals, whether it is to become a financial analyst or increase your value in your current role. In addition to financial modeling courses, you can also take classes on the fundamentals of finance, accounting, and investing.

Our three-day Financial Modeling Bootcamp provides a comprehensive overview of financial modeling. Students build a financial model while learning and incorporating finance and accounting principles. The five-day financial analyst bootcamp prepares beginners for an entry-level financial analyst role in just one work week. In addition to learning basic finance concepts, students will master Excel's essential features and create financial models.

Advanced Excel for Financial Modeling is a 1-2 day course that covers all the advanced tips and tricks you need to know to both build and evaluate financial models. Our summer and winter financial modeling bootcamps allow college students to get ahead during scheduled breaks and prepare for an internship or job in the finance industry.

Why Should I Register for Financial modeling Classes at Career Centers?

  • Sharpen analytical skills - In our hands-on courses, you work in the capacity of financial analyst. You’ll use real-world data, company presentations, and professional commentary to make decisions and build authentic financial models for your portfolio.
  • Master Excel - Excel is the primary tool used by financial analysts to build models and evaluate data. You’ll learn time-saving, error-reducing tricks that will speed up your workflow and produce accurate analysis.
  • Learn the essentials - We’ve perfected our course, so you learn only the essentials––no fluff. Our sessions follow a learn-by-doing approach so that by the end of the course, you’ve practiced the same skills you will use on the job.

Financial Modeling Courses for Aspiring Finance Professionals

Are you interviewing for an entry-level finance position? We teach accounting, Excel, and finance fundamentals that will help you in nearly every field. Our classes provide essential corporate finance and accounting training to all professionals, especially those in hedge funds, venture capital, real estate, private equity, and investment banking.

At the end of our financial modeling bootcamp, you’ll walk away with a robust financial model that you can present during job interviews. You’ll be prepared to answer common interview questions and walk the interviewer through the process of building your financial model. Being prepared to answer common interview questions will help you determine which company is the best fit for you.

Financial Modeling Class Prerequisites

In general, a good knowledge of Excel and basic knowledge of finance principles is helpful before enrolling in the course.

  • If you don’t have a firm grasp on Excel, our Financial Analyst course is the perfect fit for you! It includes a review of Excel principles in addition to training in finance and financial modeling.
  • If you don’t have a finance background, we offer a free accounting and finance review cheat sheet to students in our modeling courses. Also, you can take one of our finance courses, such as Intro to Corporate Finance, to get up to speed.

Financial Modeling Techniques

  • Discounted Cash Flow (DCF) - A Discounted Cash Flow or DCF model is used to find out how much a company’s future earnings are worth in today’s dollars. The DCF model is a great tool but is only as good as an analyst’s assumptions.
  • Leveraged Buyout Model (LBO) - Private equity firms use the LBO model to evaluate the merits of purchasing another entity. Firms use LBOs to take public companies private or sell off a portion of an existing company. LBOs have an unusually high debt to equity ratio.
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