|Annual tuition (EEA)||13,800 EUR|
|Annual tuition (non-EEA)||13,800 EUR|
New financial paradigms are emerging. With recent regulations and a shift in ethical thinking, the ability to understand and decipher the ever-growing complexity of the world of finance is a quality that is more important than ever before. As an applied branch of economics, this program explores challenging technical theory and a wide range of topics, including asset pricing, portfolio management, derivative securities and blockchain fundamentals. From its foundations to its future of finance, you will gain a balanced understanding of one of the most crucial aspects of business.
As an applied branch of economics, the Master in Finance explores challenging technical theory. The program uncovers topics such as asset pricing, portfolio management, fixed-income securities and credit markets, derivative securities and blockchain fundamentals, financial risk management, mergers and acquisitions among others. Not only is this sector of the industry rapidly evolving, but it is also experiencing new disruption through cryptocurrencies and underlying blockchain technologies.
Please note that the tuition fee depends on your chosen campus: 13,800 EUR per year in Barcelona; 28,800 CHF per year in Geneva and Montreux; or 13,800 EUR per year if you pursue the degree online.
About your studies during the coronavirus pandemic:
We are offering flexible study options for 2021 including online and on-campus study. We offer several start-dates throughout the academic year so that students can join us on campus when they can.
Our on-campus classes will be delivered using the on-campus hybrid learning approach from January 2021 with more time spent on campus, when permitted.
The health and wellbeing of our community is our number one priority. We have a strict protocol and health measures in place on campus to keep our community safe.
EU Business School is open including our admissions department. Contact us with any query you may have.