A Master’s degree in Finance provides you with broad expertise in the financial and economic aspects of business economics. You learn to understand and solve complex financial problems with which companies and institutions have to deal.
Choose Finance if you feel at home in a challenging, global and ever-changing environment and if you want to put your analytical expertise into practice.
As a student in Finance you acquire both academic and professional skills. You will learn to collect and analyse data; plan and design research projects and write academic texts. In addition you will develop professional skills such as giving public presentations, working in teams and building computer models for business decisions.
In this one-year Master’s programme you can choose to focus on one of four labour market profiles: Corporate Finance, Investing, Banking and Finance & Development. You will complete the programme by writing a Master’s thesis.