The Frankfurt School of Finance & Management offers three Master in Finance program. They cover risk management, quantitative finance and a corporate finance program. All three looks in depth and the CFA is incorporated in the studies. From what I can see they are not part of the partner program, but they use it as a back bone of the course setup.
|Degree||Master of Science (M.Sc.)|
|Focus Groups||Many of our students have studied finance, management or economics before, but we invite applications from candidates with non-specialised first degrees, including both science and social-science subjects.Many of our students have worked in the sector before, but the programme is open to students with no prior work experience.Some 40% of our students are international students, coming from all five continents.|
|Goals||– Our graduates will be experts in finance and in their respective specialism- Our graduates will be able to analyze and solve complex financial problems- Our graduates will be effective and responsible team members and leaders|
– Our graduates will recognise and manage the international as well as cross-cultural aspects of modern financeRequirementsYou should have:- a first degree from a university which is recognised by the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management- a GMAT (preferred) or GRE score report
– a CV or resume and a motivation letter
– a TOEFL score of at least 90 iBT points or IELTS of at least 6.5Duration4 semesterCredits120LanguageEnglishFocus
- All taught courses carry 6 ECTS credits. The thesis is worth 18 ECTS credits.
- The Master of Finance enables you to pursue in-depth studies in one of four “concentrations”, based on a common foundation of shared core modules. You choose one of the following four concentrations:
- Capital Markets
- Corporate Finance;
- Accounting & Taxation
- Development Finance
- SEMESTER 1
- Statistics and Econometrics
- Principles of Economics
- Principles of Accounting
- Principles of Management
- Principles of Finance
- SEMESTER 2
- Leadership & Intercultural Management
- Corporate Finance
- Risk Management
The second semester also offers the first 2 of the 5 concentration modules.
- SEMESTER 3
- In the third semester, there are 3 more concentration modules, plus a further core module:
- Business & Corporate Ethics
You also take the first of your three elective modules.
- SEMESTER 4
- In the fourth semester, you choose 2 further Electives and you also work your Master’s thesis.
- Optionally, you may also use the fourth semester for a study abroad period, taking modules in one of our partner universities.
Tuition FeeRegistration fee: 100 EuroSemester fee: 7.350 EuroAll round price: 29.500 Euro
Semester ticket of the public transport system: 180 Euro*
* valid for wintersemester 2012/13
Here is a link to the Frankfurt School of Finance Master in Finance program