This top-ranked Finance Master’s programme, which is offered both online and on-site, explores these questions through real-life business cases, many of which are led by people who work in the financial industry themselves. You’ll look at the macro-level of financial economics: how financial markets help maximise economic growth. You’ll also look at the inner workings of financial markets and corporations – and how financial regulation is the bridge between these two sides.
Do you prefer to follow the programme online or on-site? The choice is yours! The Finance programme has an unique proposition by offering the option to follow the programme either in person or virtually. Both have its specific benefits and we make sure you will not be compromising on quality, as both online and on-site access is tailored to what is needed for this way of learning and teaching. Do you prefer to follow it online for the first semester and switch half-way during the year or vice versa? That is no problem. Professionals, internationals and Dutch students are able to shape the programme to their personal needs.
The minimum requirements for admission in Master’s in Finance at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam for all applicants (Domestic or International) are:
Note: Please check the university website in the link below.
You need to complete credit hours to successfully obtain this degree. Please check detail of study units at https://vu.nl/en/education/master/finance
With a Master’s in Finance, you can work at any of the large banks, asset managers, or consultancy firms, but also in institutions like the Central Bank or Ministry of Finance.
Are you driven and ambitious? Do you enjoy approaching challenges from different schools of thoughts? Are you interested in the societal impact of financial markets and have solid quantitative skills? Then a Master’s degree from the Finance programme is the right place to start!
You can join one of the following careers: