Studiengang Details

Master of Finance

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Master, Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Taught language


Program Emphasis
Bankwesen, Finanzwesen, Rechnungswesen, Steuerlehre, Steuerwesen

Course options
Berufsbegleitendes Studium, Vollzeit Studium


Sarah Jurczyk
Frankfurt School of Finance & Management
Adickesalle 32-34
60322 Frankfurt am Main
The Master of Finance is a full-time programme that is offered in a carefully scheduled format that allows all our students to maintain part-time employment for three working days each week, in parallel to their studies at Frankfurt School. Optionally, during Semester 4 our students may study abroad with one of our international partner universities. The programme 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:


Our Master of Finance programme combines both a structured approach and gives our students the flexibility to set their own focus by specialising in one of four concentrations.

Semester 1
  • Statistics & Econometrics
  • Macro- & Monetary Economics
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Foundations of Finance
  • Financial Products & Modelling
Semester 2
  • Luxembourg Offsite
  • Corporate Finance
  • Risk Management
  • Financial Markets & Institutions
  • Core Concentration Modules
Semester 3
  • Responsible Management in Finance
  • Core Concentration Modules
  • Elective 1
Semester 4
  • Electives 2 & 3
  • Master´s Thesis
  • Study Abroad Option
  • Capital Markets
  • Corporate Finance
  • Risk Management
  • Financial Accounting & Advisory
Capital Markets
This concentration was introduced in response to the high impact of the economic commotion in the modern investment banking sector. Students are challenged with advanced quantitative products and complex portfolio management exercises further developing their ability to assess and predict market patterns and trends. Students are able to understand and develop complex financial solutions and to perform in the high-speed capital markets environment.

Corporate Finance
With a focus on valuation methods, M&A, investment banking and financial intermediation, this concentration prepares students for handling the interaction between financial markets and corporates. Financial decision making has an ever-increasing impact in the corporate world and thus this concentration prepares students for these challenges e.g when working in both reputable banks and small investment boutiques or corporates.

Risk Management

Expert leadership is crucial throughout the persistent global financial crisis to manage the wide range of financial risks. In-depth exposure to the different risk types and complex risk management processes prepares students for a career in any risk-related area including strategy and national/ international regulators, such as the European Central Bank. The concentration is supported by the Frankfurt Institute for Risk Management and Regulation (FIRM).

The Frankfurt Institute for Risk Management and Regulation (FIRM)

FIRM will provide some scholarship funding and invites students to executive talks with leading representatives in Risk Management and to participate in the FIRM alumni initiative.

Financial Accounting & Advisory
This concentration provides students with the necessary skills to pursue a career in the finance function of large corporations, consulting/ in-house consulting as well as M&A advisory. Students are not only exposed to the accounting behind financial transactions in M&A, but are challenged to go a step further and use this knowledge in decision making and financial advisory. This is done through solving restructuring issues in managerial accounting as well as working on case studies and projects which typically include guest speakers from external firms. Students will acquire sound theoretical knowledge on accounting information is used in decision-making and will gain hands-on experience through an applied advisory project.

Program Emphasis

Capital Markets, Master of Science, Accounting & Taxation, Development Finance


Requirements / Application

  • First university degree (Bacheloror Diploma) or at least 180 ECTS credits, irrelevant of discipline
  • Experience with quantitative analysis at university level
  • Excellent written and spoken English skills (TOEFL - 90 iBT / IELTS 6.5 or equivalent
  • GMAT, GRE or FS AT
  • Successful admissions interview

Important Dates

Application Deadline: 30. June
Programme Start: 28. August

Tuition / Fees

Registration fee: 100 Euro
Semester fee: 9,100 Euro
Total price: 36,500 Euro
Early-bird discount (31. March): 33,500 Euro

Financial Aid

Possible scholarships Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

Duration of study

4 Semester


The Master of Finance is aimed at recent graduates or young professionals who wish to build a career in finance. Many of our students have previously studied finance, management or economics, however, we also invite candidates to apply with first degrees in unrelated fields. All candidates are expected to have experience in university level quantitative analysis.

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