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Master´s degree programme in Finance (MSc)


As there are a few study places remaining, we extend the deadline until mid July 2015!

Short description 

The MSc in Finance is an internationally recognized Master 's degree programme of 4 semesters, grants 120 ECTS credits and is currently one of the few English programmes in the German speaking area, that focuses on Asset and Wealth Management and International Financial Management. This Master's degree programme is unique thanks to its international approach, practice-oriented curriculum and its personal touch with students. This programme is entirely taught in English. Successful students are awarded with the


Degree in
“Master of Science in Finance (MSc)”

The programme equips students with skills and knowledge in the latest finance research topics, encourages networking and teamwork capacity. Practice-oriented projects develop leadership potential and decision-making skills. A limited number of 40 international students are admitted every year and being prepared for leadership and expert positions in the financial services industries, as well as for a PhD programme. Students are required to be open-minded and are expected to take on the challenge to study at a very high academic level.

What makes the programme so unique? 

  • personal learning environment through a low professor/student-ratio of only 1:5
  • international group of around 30 students
  • programme entirely taught in English
  • focus on International Financial Management, Risk and Asset Management
  • curriculum content linked to CFA - Chartered Financial Analyst
  • international team of professors and practitioners
  • unique location in the heart of Europe with international finance know-how
  • educational journeys to leading financial centres in the world
  • strong links to the financial industry
  • excellent career prospects
  • preparation for a PhD programme
  • attractive tuition fees (state-funded education)

In the academic year 2015/16 the MSc in Banking & Financial Management will be replaced by the MSc in Finance!