Important facts and dates
|• Tuition: €33,500||• Mode: full-time|
|• Duration: 12 months||• Language: English|
|• Next start date: 1 September 2024||• Degree: MSc|
|• Lectures: Weekdays (3 - 4 classes per week)||• Location: Roeterseiland campus|
*Rather study part-time? Check out our 2-year programme.
The MIF General track is tailored for ambitious professionals who want to operate in a global financial environment. The MIF Finance and Technology track is designed for those with an affinity for IT and innovation who are eager to use technology to their advantage in relation to finance.
Am I eligible?
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What will you learn?
- The newest developments in the finance industry.
- Insight into key areas of finance based on the latest research.
- Leadership and management skills to become a transformative leader.
- International awareness and enhanced soft skills by working in diverse teams.
- The practices of machine learning and benefits of big data and how to use them in finance.
The quality of the courses, the professors, class, seminars and career-related activities, all contributed to making the Master's programme a very valuable experience.Jaemi Samonte, Credit Analyst/Business Manager at ING Read Jaemi's testimonial
Choose between 2 tracks
In this Master’s programme, you choose 1 of 2 tracks. Choose the track that fits your career ambitions best.
Dive into finance from the perspective of banking, asset pricing and quantitative finance and corporate finance.
Finance and Technology track
Get a greater understanding of technology's role in the financial sector. By the end of your Master's you are able to assess and manage financial risks, using all available data and tools.
Your fellow students play a key part in your learning experience. For 12 months, you will follow the same path, share your views, questions, insights, experiences and create lifelong relations. You will meet an international mix of full-time students and working part-timers. All with different cultural and professional backgrounds and academic skills.