The importance of the (international) financial sector’s contribution to economic growth has risen since the global economy crisis. The financial market is not only fast-paced, its influence is steadily spreading and growing. Are you interested in working on the financial market? Do you like the idea of working in a risky and eventful sector? A Masters in Finance offers you the necessary qualifications.
A typical Masters degree in Finance focuses on financial economics, corporate finance and taxation, thus a Master of Finance offers numerous career opportunities in the business and tax sector, banking and investment sector as well as the overall financial management of companies.
A Master of Finance generally takes one to two years (full-time) or three years (part-time). Many universities require an excellent undergraduate degree in a relevant subject, such as finance, business administration, or economics and good understanding of mathematics and statistics at undergraduate level. In some cases proof of subject specific professional or internship experience may also be required.
Remember that the financial market is very risky and entering this sector with a successfully completed Masters degree in Finance is deeply intertwined with risk and intelligence analysis management, therefore your skills in dealing with risk will be put to the test and enhanced during your study.
|Business Administration||Radboud University|
|Master International Business||Munich Business School|
|Business Engineering: Financial Engineering||University of Antwerp|
|Risikomanagement und Finanzanalyse (berufsbegleitender M.Sc.)||Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg|
|Applied Economic Sciences: Economic Policy||University of Antwerp|
|Corporate Governance & Finance||MCI | Die Unternehmerische Hochschule®|
|Corporate Finance and Control||Radboud University|
|Business Economics||University of Antwerp|
|Masters in Finance||Hult International Business School|
|M.Sc. Finance||International School of Management (ISM)|
|Climate Change Finance and Investment||University of Edinburgh|
|Financial Modelling and Optimization||University of Edinburgh|
|Finance, Technology and Policy||University of Edinburgh|
|Finance||University of Edinburgh|
|Finance||Hult International Business School|
|Management & Sustainable Accounting and Finance||Leuphana Universität Lüneburg|
|Economics (Finance)||University of Edinburgh|
|International Banking Law and Finance||University of Edinburgh|
|Computational Mathematical Finance||University of Edinburgh|
|Accounting and Finance||University of Edinburgh|
|Accounting, Accountability & Financial Management||King's College London|
|Banking and Finance||Kingston University|
|MBA Finance||University of Lincoln|
|Quantitative Finance and Risk Management||Newcastle University Business School|
|Finance (Accounting and Finance)||Durham University|
|Accounting and Finance (Masters Stage)||Birmingham City University|
|Financial Management||Middlesex University London|
|Financial Risk Management||University of Leeds|