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Master in Financial Management student Master in Financial Management student
Degree
Master of Science (MSc)

120 ECTS

Language
EN

Tuition Fee
EUR 39,000*

*excl. 250 EUR enrolment fee

Application Deadline
30 June

Programme Start
26 August

Duration
4 Semesters | Full-Time

The Master in Financial Management programme at Frankfurt School is designed to allow students from non-business studies to enter and start a career in the world of finance. This programme will allow students to gain core business competencies, develop quantitative skills and become leaders in the financial industry.

The curriculum offers a flexible 3-day study model that accommodates part-time employment, ensuring a practical learning experience. With access to our Entrepreneurship Accelerator or Incubator for personalized mentoring, connections with high-profile finance experts, and an extensive network of companies and alumni worldwide, your pathway to success is clear.

Scholarships are available to support your journey, making this program an accessible gateway to the finance industry.

Master in Financial Management Learning Goals

LO 1.1: Students will build quantitative skills to process and use financial information as a basis for decisions.

LO 1.2: Students will have a deep understanding of current theories and concepts in the different areas of applied finance.

LO 2.1: Students will develop the ability to take a holistic approach to various sources of information.

LO 2.2: Students will learn to implement financial, statistical, and economic information in decision-making processes and responsibly evaluate possible financial outcomes.

LO 3.1: Students will be effective communicators and will present, discuss, and defend their findings in interdisciplinary fields of research and application.

LO 3.2: Group cooperation will be encouraged by developing team skills, critical thinking, self-reflection, and other soft skills. Students are knowledgeable of ethical and legal responsibilities and consequences arising from financial products and modelling.

LO 4.1: Students will be able to employ practical technical skills and develop proficiency in electronic business applications to find financial solutions and communicate them to clients and colleagues.

LO 4.2: Students will understand and reflect on the ethical and social implications of their recommendations and decisions.

Rankings, Accreditations & Partnerships

Rankings & Accreditations
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Frankfurt School is among the top European Business Schools. Accredited by AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA, the three leading international associations of business schools, Frankfurt School is one of the few institutions worldwide that has been awarded "Triple Crown" accreditation.

Master in Financial Management Curriculum

The curriculum of our Master in Financial Management programme is designed to support our students' development into finance and make careers as consultants, managers and financial controllers.

MFM Curriculum

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Learn more about our master programmes at one of our Master Info Evenings and find out which programme could help you excel in your career. 

You may also come and explore our campus and speak to representatives from our master programmes face-to-face, at one of our Open Campus Nights.

Personalise your studies

3 Day Model

The Master in Financial Management program offers a distinctive approach known as the "3 Day Model", allowing students to balance part-time work with full-time studies. From the outset, students engage in classes three days a week, Mondays, Tuesdays, and Saturdays, providing ample opportunity for self-study, language courses, or part-time employment during the remaining weekdays. Additionally, some lectures or excursions are organised as blocked week events.

Entrepreneurship Centre

The Entrepreneurship Center aims to inspire, foster connections, and offer training opportunities to Frankfurt School students, along with external stakeholders like investors, alumni, founders, and partners. Options include participation in our Incubator for continuous support or accelerating projects through our Accelerator program. Additionally, students can opt for the Entrepreneurship elective in collaboration with TechQuartier during the fourth semester, enhancing their specialization with a double focus.

Electives

In the fourth semester, students have the opportunity to choose two elective courses, allowing them to enrich their master's program and delve into specialized areas of interest. From ESG Investing to AI, also Fintech IE Business School Module in Madrid, these electives align with students' professional aspirations and broaden their knowledge beyond the core curriculum.

Study Abroad

Frankfurt School collaborates with over 90+ universities globally, specializing in finance,  business and management education. This collaboration offers our students the chance to explore diverse cultural and academic settings, fostering international student experiences and expanding their global network. Through our partner universities, students have opportunities to study abroad, gaining invaluable insights and preparing for a successful global career.

Student Life

Situated in Europe's commercial heart, Frankfurt is home to leading global corporations, consultancies, cutting-edge tech firms, and startups, not to mention the European Central Bank. The Frankfurt School is at the forefront, bolstering these strategic partners with pioneering research and innovative approaches in consultancy, technology, banking, and finance.

Learning Experience

Frankfurt School together with MSc. Financial Management is committed to providing a comprehensive education. Our innovative teaching methods in the classroom are complemented by a range of workshops and activities, enriching the learning experience and fostering a deeper understanding of financial management concepts.

Finance Lab

Utilizing the terminal and platform functionalities of Bloomberg and Factset equips students with indispensable trading and research skills crucial for their finance careers. These cutting-edge terminals offer access to comprehensive financial data, facilitate market analysis, and provide real-time information, empowering students to navigate today's dynamic financial markets effectively.

Guest Lectures, Talks & Finance Conferences

The Master in Financial Management program at Frankfurt School offers numerous opportunities for students to engage with industry experts through guest lectures, talks, and finance conferences. These events provide valuable insights, networking opportunities, and real-world perspectives that complement the academic curriculum and enhance the overall learning experience.

German Classes

The Master in Financial Management is conducted in English, however German language classes are offered to international students throughout the program. We actively encourage our international students to consider learning German prior to their arrival in Frankfurt, as proficiency in the language can significantly enhance employment prospects.

Class Profile

Origin of Students

Student Origin

Educational Background

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Careers Services & Your FS Network

Our career services help you build a professional network for advancing your international career. From job placement assistance and employment guidance to resume writing services, we ensure you have the tools and resources necessary to navigate the job market successfully. Additionally, our extensive network of corporate connections and alumni opens doors to a wealth of job opportunities, while guest lectures and company visits offer invaluable insights into industry trends and practices. 

Financing & Scholarships

Your degree is an investment in your professional future. As a business school of international standing, we not only offer you ideal conditions for gaining/obtaining a degree – we also offer you excellent career prospects.

Since we can guarantee the quality of our teaching and research, we also expect the highest levels of commitment and motivation from our students.

Application Process

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Requirements

  • First academic degree (Bachelor or Diploma) with at least 180 ECTS credits
  • Excellent written and spoken English (TOEFL - 90 iBT, IELTS 7.0 or equivalent)
  • Valid GMAT/GRE score* or BT Methods**
  • Successful admissions interview

*We accept valid class or Focus edition GMAT scores. Find more information here.

**Please note: The BT Methods can be taken once.

Deadlines & Discounts

We encourage you to complete your application as soon as possible as there are financial advantages for candidates who submit a complete application early.

Early Bird
(EUR 4,000 discount)*
30 November 2023
Early Bird
(EUR 2,000 discount)**
31 March 2024
Final Application and Scholarship Deadline 30 June 2024

*In order to secure the Early bird discount you must have received an admission letter by 31 March

**In order to secure the discount you must have received an admission letter by 30 June