The Master's degree programme in Finance – rarely offered in German-speaking countries

The Master’s degree programme in Finance is an internationally recognised Master’s degree programme and is currently one of the few English programmes in the German-speaking area with a focus on asset management, risk management and international finance.

This programme is unique thanks to its international approach, its CFA-oriented curriculum and its personal study environment, where students are treated as individuals. Around forty students from all over the world are admitted every year.



CFA, GARP & CAIA oriented curriculum

Find here the only MSc Finance worldwide that has an affiliation with all three major professional financial associations at the same time.

International experiences

Take part in an educational journey to international financial centres and use the opportunity for an exchange semester.

Scholarships & part-time jobs

Use the opportunity to receive one of our various scholarships or win one of the study related awards.

Personal development

We offer you a personal learning environment and plenty of extracurricular activity opportunities.

Career prospects

Profit from our top job-finding rate after graduation and our close ties to the financial industry.


  Academic degree: Master of Science in Finance (MSc)

Language of instruction: English

 Programme start: Beginning of September

 Duration: 2 years full-time

 Credits: 120 ECTS

 Intake: 40 students per year

 Application deadline: Rolling admissions - final deadlines for the September intake are 30 June - late entries possible until 31 July (EU/EEA and Swiss citizens), 31 March (other nationals).

Tuition fees: CHF 950  (EU/EEA and Swiss citizens); CHF 1,250 (other nationals) per semester. Application fee: CHF 100


Structure of the programme

Focus on asset and wealth management, risk management and international finance.

What you need for registration

Admission requirements, application step-by-step & guidelines.

About your studies

Comprehensive tips on study preparation, introductory week and campus life.


Contact our managing director

For questions about registration, curriculum and admission and for all important information about studying, please contact Roger Rechsteiner.

Ask our ambassadors

Our ambassadors will answer your questions about campus life and leisure time and give you a personal insight into your course.

Come to our info events

Get to know us at educational fairs near you and info events on campus and get all the information you need in a compact and individual way.