Everyday work in companies, financial institutions, and government agencies involves making fundamental financial decisions, e.g., allocation of financial assets, valuation of companies, investment decisions, and risk management. Therefore, it is important to understand the theory and logic behind major financial decisions, and the use of specific finance techniques and risk management practices.
The MSc programme in Finance is built on research-based and research-oriented teaching, providing students with the latest updated and original information, and knowledge in the fields of finance.
Upon graduation, you will have:
- coherent and profound understanding of the functioning of financial markets as well as the functioning of firms’ financing
- learned to master state-of-the-art theoretical and empirical models for financial decisions, financial asset pricing, and risk management, all of which are valuable skills for portfolio managers, risk managers, advisors, and consultants
- very useful skills and tools to tackle situations in your future career that are complex, unpredictable and that require new solution models. Your academic background also means that corporate management, specialists and laymen listen to your financial insights in professional and academic discussions