For the second time in a row, the Executive Master in International Finance (MIF) of Amsterdam Business School (ABS) is listed in the Financial Times ranking for best post-experience finance programmes worldwide. The programme climbs to fourth place this year.
“We are proud that our MIF programme is in this ranking for the second time. We optimise the programme continuously, making sure it connects with the ever-changing international market situation in finance. This helps our students to find jobs all over the world”, said Han van Dissel, Dean of the University of Amsterdam’s Faculty of Economics and Business.
Marc Salomon, Dean of the Amsterdam Business School: “We offer an innovative programme with fintech courses on blockchain and smart contracts, but of course also with traditional finance courses. People able to combine this knowledge are in high demand in the labour market. We are very happy that Financial Times rewards these innovations.”
The Financial Times listed ABS on its annual ranking of Master’s programmes for students with work experience. The ranking is compiled using indicators such as the academic qualifications of staff, geographic and gender diversity, and feedback from alumni regarding practical relevance and quality of education.
ABS is the Business School of the University of Amsterdam, offering Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes in business education. ABS also offers programmes, including the MIF and MBA, for students with work experience. Key research areas are Big Data & Business Analytics and Corporate Social Responsibility. ABS works closely with ACE Venture Lab to encourage entrepreneurship among students.
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Read more about our Executive MSc in International Finance and our ongoing efforts to incorporate these FinTech developments in our curriculum.