Master of Finance at Frankfurt School
Welcome to the Master of Finance programme at Frankfurt School.
The Master of Finance programme is an internationally recognised study programme that paves the way for a future career in any part of the financial industry. It is a full-time programme (120 ECTS) that allows students to work part-time three work days during the week. The normal programme duration is four semesters. In addition, different time models are available if you want to reduce your required stay in Frankfurt.
Our Master of Finance gives you
- A strong foundation in the theories and practice of finance
- First-class analytical skills and cutting-edge practical knowledge
- Access to high-profile practitioners from the corporate world
- The option to pursue in-depth studies in one of four concentrations
- The option to study according to your interests through a broad range of elective modules
Master of Finance highlights at a glance
- Both focused and flexible curriculum
- Four concentrations: Capital Markets, Corporate Finance, Risk Management, Development Finance
- MBA-style learning
- Flexible time models
- International programme taught entirely in English
„Being at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management is an amazing experience. The school not only provides a superior education with small class sizes but also ensures that the programme content keeps pace with the latest market developments.”
Julia Mala, KPMG Class of 2011
Why choose this programme?
- FT Ranking: Only German programme in 2012 ranking “Best Masters in Finance Pre-experience”
- FIBAA Premium Seal: A distinction for degree programmes which have proven excellent quality in studies and teaching
- Long tradition: First Master degree offered by Frankfurt School and the largest postgraduate programme
- Excellent faculty: Frankfurt School has the largest finance faculty in Germany
- Location: Frankfurt is the leading financial hub in Continental Europe
Master of Finance target group
The Master of Finance is a non-consecutive programme for recent graduates or young professionals who wish to build a career in finance. Many of our students have studied finance, management or economics before, but we also invite applicants with other first degrees, though we do expect some exposure to quantitative analysis at unversity level.