The Master of Finance (MoF) offered by Frankfurt School of Finance & Management is ranked 27th in the eFinancialCareers league table of the “Top 30 Masters in Finance Degrees for Getting an Investment Banking Job”. To compile the list, eFinancialCareers – an online careers platform – analysed information drawn from an international database of 1.2 million resumes. The ranking is based on the proportion of Master students who secured a front-office investment banking job upon graduation, for example in corporate finance, capital markets, sales and trading or equity research. Frankfurt School is the only Germany university to feature in the Top 30 league table, alongside such internationally famous business schools as ESADE Business School in Barcelona, HEC Paris und MIT Sloan School of Management in the USA.
The excellence of Frankfurt School’s Master of Finance programme is also reflected by its position in the Financial Times global rankings, where it appears in 21st place.
Karin Reuschenbach-Coutinho, Head of Frankfurt School’s Career Services, explains: “Frankfurt School’s inclusion in the eFinancialCareers ranking demonstrates that a financial education at Frankfurt School meets the demanding standards of the best-known investment banks. Our annual Career Day, held in October, also reflects the interest shown in our graduates by investment banks; the event is regularly attended by representatives of Citi, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Barclays, Credit Suisse, UBS, BNP Paribas, HSBC, Nomura and Société Générale.”
Frankfurt School’s Master of Finance is a two-year programme, offering concentrations in Capital Markets, Corporate Finance, Risk Management and Financial Accounting & Advisory.