Programme Executive Master in International Finance


The academic year of the Master in International Finance (MIF) programme starts the last week of August and ends around mid-June. The year is divided into two semesters, and each semester consists of two main blocks. Each of these blocks takes 6 weeks of classes, one study week, and one exam week.  
The course programme is followed by a master thesis project and potentially an internship.  
In January, students embark on a one-week international study trip. In past years, the study trip took place in Cape Town, South Africa.

Full-time or Part-time

The programme allows you to study  full-time (12 months),  part-time (18-24 months) for working students. All courses are conducted in English and organized 1 -3 evenings during weekdays (Monday-Thursday).

Pre-Course Training (online preparatory course)  

Depending on your academic background, you may be required to complete the Pre-Course Training. It is a self-study online course prior to the regular MIF programme. It brings you up to speed with Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, Financial Accounting, and Quantitative Methods & Research Skills. The courses are facilitated through a tailor-made online learning platform.
Please check the admission requirements to find out if you need to complete the Pre-Course Training. This Pre-Course training is mandatory to all Part-time students.


Students can take electives from the  Executive Programme in Management StudiesThe Amsterdam MBA and  MBA Big Data only in addition to the required number of 2 MIF electives (8 EC, 4 EC per course). 

Students who follow more than 4 electives will be charged a fee of  €400 per ECTS for these extra courses. 

Financial Times

Published by  Economics and Business

Executive Master in International Finance

12 October 2017