Master in International Finance (MIF)
- Degree programme
- MSc International Finance
- Contract teaching
- Full-time, part-time, short-term
- 65 ECTS, Full-time 12 / Part-time 24 months
- Language of instruction
- Starts in
- CROHO code
- EQUIS, AACSB
The Master in International Finance (MIF) at the Amsterdam Business School (ABS), part of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) is the first steps towards a career of financial leadership and excellence.
Our uniquely tailored MIF will help you achieve your professional goals through world-class teaching and personalised learning. From an overseas study trip, to lifelong membership into the MIF alumni network, this Advanced Masters of Science provides all the tools you need to achieve your ambitions.
Why the MIF?
A Master’s degree in finance will help your career take off. But as a major investment of time and money it is crucial you select the perfect one.
Our MIF is internationally renowned, playing to ABS’s core strengths in corporate finance, banking and asset management; 90% of our students are hired by top 100 firms before graduation.
The MIF juggles business relevance with academic excellence, inviting guest input from leading finance academics, policy makers and global figures. Our approach is uniquely personal, from small classes and hands-on workshops, to an international study trip, mentor programmes and lifetime membership of the MIF alumni network.
We welcome applicants from all over the world; more than 15 countries are represented in our current intake. Combined with a mix of full-time students and working part-timers, and an international faculty, this makes for an exciting melting pot of cultures, professional backgrounds and academic skills. What will you bring to the table?
To help develop your skills as a finance specialist, we keep class sizes deliberately small. Professors can focus keenly on individual students, personally guiding them towards their specific goals, while learners bounce off one another during interactive seminars and lectures. Learning is a dialogue, not a monologue.
Interested? Click on the following link: admissions requirements