The MSc Finance & Investment Advanced is a selective and advanced level programme. It offers demanding content to recognise students of exceptional ability and features more personal and closer interaction with businesses and organisations in the industry as well as highly interactive and small classes over 16 months.
The programme consists of 60 credits towards the finance master degree plus 30 credits of additional components: advanced courses, enhanced career preparation, an internship, high-profile external lectures, valuable and meaningful contacts with corporate partner companies, and a strong focus on sustainable finance. This advanced programme is characterised by small class sizes, intensive teaching by senior faculty and experts from the corporate world.
Who is this programme for?
This programme is for the most talented and ambitious candidates prepared to make an extra effort in return for a prime master degree in finance, and offers outstanding contact with dedicated corporate partners and dedicated career development support to boost master graduates’ first career moves. Recent bachelor graduates in business, economics, finance or accounting with a good track record are invited to apply.
What does this programme offer?
You will be challenged over 16 months with advanced academic courses, personal skills training, consultancy cases, superior career preparation and access to a dedicated corporate network. The programme delivers additional content and skills compared to its shorter 12-month sister programme. It demands extra endeavour but in return gives you an increased advantage in the job market and superior exposure to potential employers, thanks to the programme's unique relationships with corporate partners and the embedded internship. Corporate partners include Rabobank, ABN AMRO, Aegon, PGGM, Robeco, Unilever, EY, and Triodos Bank.
Key Features of FI Advanced
- Small classes taught by senior faculty and high-profile external lecturers
- Advanced finance topics
- Close involvement with corporate partners for content and internships
- Enhanced career preparation
- Strong focus on finance practice throughout the curriculum
- Carefully selected international class
- Hands-on, action-oriented elements: Living Management seminar, interpersonal skills training, case-based teaching and career coaching
The 2019-2020 tuition fee for the MSc programmes is approximately €24,000 per year. The Dutch government contributes towards this cost for students who hold nationality from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA). These students, therefore, pay only the statutory fee of €2,777 per year.
- EEA: €2,777 per year
- Non-EEA: €24,000 per year
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