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The same training used at top investment banks
Our financial modeling self-study courses go beyond the textbook to teach real-world skills you can use immediately in interviews and on the job
Our self-study courses
Premium Package – $499
Complete Modeling Package. Everything you need to master financial modeling: Learn DCF, Comps, M&A, LBO and Financial Statement Modeling in this all-in-one collection of modeling courses.
Basic Package – $199
Learn financial statement modeling and modeling best practices, using an intuitive step-by-step approach. For the complete modeling program including valuation modeling, see our Premium Package.
Oil & Gas Modeling – $499
Complete modeling training for the O&G professional: Learn NAV, DCF, LBO, M&A, and Financial Statement modeling.
Real Estate (REIT) Modeling – $399
Understand the real estate industry’s unique drivers and challenges. Learn to build a REIT financial model from scratch.
Restructuring Modeling – $399
Learn restructuring modeling using real bankruptcy case studies. Includes industry primer and an advanced bankruptcy model.
Bank & FIG Modeling – $399
Banks don’t look like other companies. Learn how to model, analyze, and value them, step-by-step.
Advanced LBO Modeling – $399
Learn how to build, analyze and interpret advanced LBO models. For investment bankers and private equity professionals.
Crash Course in Bonds – $99
Designed for those pursuing a career in fixed income research, investments, sales & trading or debt capital markets.
Excel Crash Course – $39
Training for those who are new to (or rusty with) Excel. Lessons cover all Windows versions of Excel.
Accounting Crash Course – $39
Our popular accounting course is designed for those with no accounting background as well as those seeking a refresher.
Analyzing Financial Reports – $39
Learn the layout and composition of financial reports. Covers the 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, S-4, S-1, and many others.
The Wall Street Prep Advantage
Our self-study courses are designed for finance professionals and students looking to build a complete financial modeling skill set. They deliver practical skills that will set you apart on interviews and on the job.
These are the same comprehensive training courses our corporate clients use to prepare and assess their analysts and associates.
Learn by doing
You will “learn by doing” by working through practical exercises and building financial models from scratch using real case studies.
Our courses go beyond the academic textbook to teach practical skills you can immediately use on the job and showcase in interviews.
We will teach you essential Excel mechanics and shortcuts that will make you faster and more efficient than your peers.
Have a question on course content? Communicate directly with instructors by asking questions throughout each course.
WSP Webinar Series
Enrollment in select courses includes lifetime access to our monthly webinars that focus on industry-specific and advanced topics.
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