Frankfurt Master in Finance

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.

Factsheet

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