In March 2022, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management will launch three master’s degree courses on it’s Hamburg campus: the Master of Finance, Master in Data Analytics & Management and Master in Corporate Performance & Restructuring. All master’s degrees are part-time and post-experience programmes, allowing students to work full-time alongside their studies. The business school is extending the range of programmes taught in Hamburg as part of its expansion into Northern Germany. Frankfurt School’s popular Part-time MBA was launched in Hamburg back in October 2020.
At our monthly Master Info Evenings, interested parties can find out more about the programmes. The next event is on 8 June. Further dates here.
The Master of Finance (MoF) was the first Master's degree offered by Frankfurt School and to this day, it remains the largest of our master programmes. Every year it welcomes around 185 new students in our Campus Frankfurt and now it welcomes a new class in Hamburg. With an international and practical approach, the programme is taught in English and is fully compatible with full-time employment. Slightly different from the programme offered in Frankfurt, lectures in Hamburg will be held in block weeks. Students will have access to high-profile practitioners from the corporate world and to an extensive network of cooperating companies, universities and alumni worldwide. The programme runs for twenty months and is worth 90 ECTS. Application deadline: 1 February 2022. www.fs.de/mof-hamburg
The Master in Data Analytics & Management (MDAM) empowers managers with the skills and competencies to create purpose and data-driven organisations to lead digital and business transformation. Comprising seven one-week blocks, the course gives students the skills they need to manage sustainable business innovations using data-driven strategies The programme runs for four semesters, in a block lecture format, and is worth 60 ECTS credits. Lecturers are specialised with state-of-the-art scientific knowledge and are experienced in managing digital transformation. Application deadline: 1 February 2022. www.fs.de/mdam
The Master in Corporate Performance & Restructuring (MCPR) programme is a German-language programme designed for experts and young professionals who want to acquire competencies and skills in the areas of performance measurement, value improvement, restructuring and the legal aspects of corporate change processes. The programme, which runs over four semesters, is compressed down to six one-week blocks worth a total of 60 ECTS credits. As a post experience master programme, it is practical-oriented and lecturers are recognised and experienced specialists from leading consulting firms, law firms, and technology and industrial companies. Application deadline: 1 February 2022. www.fs.de/mcpr