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Master in Finance

Master in Finance

As an applied branch of economics, the Master in Finance explores challenging technical theory. The program uncovers topics such as asset pricing, portfolio management, fixed-income securities and credit markets, derivative securities and blockchain fundamentals, financial risk management, mergers and acquisitions among others.  Not only is this sector of the industry rapidly evolving, but it is also experiencing new disruption through cryptocurrencies and underlying blockchain technologies.

Learning Outcomes

The aim of the Master in Finance is to ensure that students are able to effectively engage in an increasingly globalized, diverse and multifaceted world, having acquired the required skills. At the end of the program, graduates will be able to confidently:





Apply and critically evaluate corporate finance techniques using sound analytics.

Blend sophisticated modeling techniques with a global perspective in the management of corporate risk.

Critically evaluate emerging technologies, stock, bonds and derivatives using cutting-edge valuation methods with particular reference to the operation of financial markets.

Understand and exercise critical judgement in solving problems encountered by a multinational business.



How You Earn Your Degree

The Master in Finance (60 ECTS) is a one-year program, divided into three terms. Each term comprises four courses (4 ECTS each) and one seminar (2 ECTS). Throughout the year, students are also exposed to real-life case studies, games and business simulations. In order to graduate, participants must also complete a business plan (6 ECTS).


Term 1

(13 CH  | 18 ECTS)

  • Foundations of Finance 3 | 4
  • Financial Reporting & Statement Analysis 3 | 4
  • Quantitative Methods for Finance 3 | 4
  • Microeconomic Theory, Macro & Monetary Economics 3 | 4
  • Simulation: Stock Market Portfolio 1 | 2

Term 2

(13 CH  | 18 ECTS)

  • Advanced Corporate Finance 3 | 4
  • Financial Markets & Institutions 3 | 4
  • Portfolio Management 3 | 4
  • Fixed Income Securities & Credit Markets 3 | 4
  • Bloomberg Financial Lab 1 | 2

Term 3

(13 CH  | 18 ECTS)

  • Risk Management in Financial Markets 3 | 4
  • Corporate Investment & Financial Policy 3 | 4
  • Mergers, Buyouts & Corporate Restructuring 3 | 4
  • Fundamentals of Blockchain Technologies 3 | 4
  • Cryptocurrency Portfolios and Mock Coin Development 1 | 2

Graduation Requirements

Students will also be required to submit a business plan (6 ECTS) at the end of their studies and to attend field trips, company visits and fairs as part of the experiential learning method.

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