M.Sc. Finance at a Glance
|Standard period of study:
||3 semester plus 1 semester thesis
||Fall semester (September)
||Master of Science
||Dortmund, Frankfurt/Main, Munich
||FIBAA, German Accreditation Council
||30 ECTS points in business or economics-related subjects.
||One compulsory integrated
||12 weeks compulsory internship, workshops, excursions
||100 % English
|Tuition fees per semester (1.-3. semester):
6,180 Euro in Dortmund
6,480 Euro in Frankfurt/Main and Munich
monthly payment possible
Enrollment fee: 600 Euro
Thesis fee (4. semester): 1,200 at all campuses
Focus: Finance management
If you wish to excel in finance management, the Master in Finance offers the ideal pathway. Furthermore, you will broaden your knowledge of tax, law, accounting, and rating procedures. The Master in Finance enables you to take the basic knowledge you gained at the undergraduate level to the next level during three semesters, followed by the master’s thesis.
Regional variations in finance
Internationality is a key element of the Master in Finance program, which is taught completely in English. An integrated semester abroad allows you to become familiar with regional variations in international financial markets, while at the same time enhancing your general and specialist foreign language skills. Moreover, the Master’s in Finance offers you the opportunity to take an international double degree.
High practical content
To ensure the best possible start to your career, the Master in Finance program has a high practical content. Numerous projects illustrate how theoretical knowledge is actually applied in practical situations within companies and allow you to present the results in small teams. Furthermore, during the master’s course, you will be required to complete a certain number of work placement weeks in a company.
Solid financial education
The Master in Finance trains you to be a financial expert and manager who has the discipline skills to move directly into responsible management positions.
Basic financial principles and subject specialization
Students are expected to complete the Master in Finance program in three semesters, followed by the master’s thesis. The first semester provides students with a core of financial principles, followed by specialization in the second semester. The third semester of the Master in Finance is spent at an ISM foreign partner university in order to raise your awareness of the subject’s international perspectives and to develop your intercultural skills. Besides practical sessions, the course also incorporates consultancy projects and a master’s thesis with a practical focus.
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