SubjectFinance, Business


Type of DegreeMSc

EU FeesEUR 2,314

Cost non-EUEUR 15,900

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What is the best way for companies to invest? How should they finance their operations? And what does it take to manage funds? Finance specialists know the answers.

This Master's programme focuses on a critical analysis and assessment of key issues in corporate finance and portfolio management, combining an academic perspective with a practical orientation.

The programme allows you to specialise in a broad range of areas such as corporate valuation, derivatives, institutional investing, banking and insurance, corporate governance, responsible financing, and development finance.

You are also trained to develop the academic skills to analyse important questions in each of these areas. By analysing (applied) research questions in the field of finance you learn to analyse and solve relative complex financial problems encountered by companies, investors, governments and international organizations.

In addition you will develop professional skills such as giving public presentations, working in teams and building computer models for business decisions.

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Job perspectives

As a graduate of this Master's programme you are a specialist in finance. As such, you can contribute to decision-making in all sorts of organizations: private (multinational) companies and financial institutions, consultancy firms, governmental institutions and (international) institutional organisations such as the IMF or the World Bank.

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