Bankwesen, Finanzwesen, Rechnungswesen, Steuerlehre, Steuerwesen
Berufsbegleitendes Studium, Vollzeit Studium
60314 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:
The concentration in Capital Markets was specifically formulated in response to the conditions that characterise today’s investment banking sector. You are given a thorough grounding in the exacting mathematical methods and tools that are essential for a successful investment banking career. This programme is ideal for all those who wish to work for investment banks and other financial institutions. It is also aimed at students who wish to pursue a PhD upon completion of the Master‘s programme.
This concentration aims to train top student talent in the area of Corporate Finance. We teach both best practice in corporates’ financing decisions and cover methodical knowledge on strategic decision making in changing environments.
The Corporate Finance concentration focuses on valuation techniques, product design, hedging methods and financial intermediation. The program is designed to endow our students with a deep understanding of financial decision making, corporates’ interactions with financial markets and the regulatory environment. Our graduates will be highly qualified for leadership positions in corporations, in advisory or in banking.
Accounting & Taxation
Accounting is the language of business. Particularly when working in finance, command of this language is an essential competence. How is profit defined and measured? Where do I find the figures I need for valuation models in financial accounts? Do I have to adjust them? The accounting concentration in the Master of Finance provides finance practitioners in different fields with a firm and confident grasp of the accounting tools that are needed to make intelligent financial assessments of complex global companies.
Taking this concentration will prepare you for a career in auditing or controlling, but it also serves as a platform for other finance careers where good accounting knowledge makes the difference between mere guesswork and substantive fact-based analysis.
By choosing the Master of Finance with concentration in Development Finance, you lay the foundations for a successful career in international development work. Development organisations need people who combine a firm theoretical grounding in finance, economics and development with a practical command of applied techniques and with hands-on personal experience in international development projects. The Development Finance strand gives you this unique mix of skills and competences.
A special feature of this concentration is the mandatory internship in a development project. Due to the close links between Frankfurt School and various development organisations, our students are given access to much sought after internship positions in banks, NGOs, advisory firms and intergovenmental organisations.
Capital Markets, Master of Science, Accounting & Taxation, Development Finance
Voraussetzungen / Zulassung
- First university degree (Bachelor or equivalent)
- Excellent written and spoken English skills (TOEFL min 90 IBT, or equivalent)
- GMAT (preferred), GRE or FS Admissions Test
- Successful participation in our admissions interview
Kosten und Gebühren
Registration fee: 100 Euro
Semester fee: 9,100 Euro
Total price: 36,500 Euro
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.