The Master in Finance at the European School of Economics prepares fund managers and professional investment analysts for entrance into the banking and finance sector. The course examines the principles of financing and investment decisions and their impact across a broad range of contemporary management concerns. As part of the Finance program, students explore:

  • classical and contemporary corporate financing approaches with respect to multinational firms in developed and developing markets
  • the viability and appropriateness of a corporate mergers or acquisitions through evaluation and analysis
  • value assessment and enterprise value
  • risk management and different theories and approaches for the multinational enterprise
  • the necessity for new approaches to dealing with geographical dispersed groups of individuals as well as other resources in international project management

The skills acquired are:

  • conceptual thinking, critical analysis, and the implementation of strategic action
  • advanced communication and inter-personal skills
  • in-depth critical understanding of relevant theories, concepts and models and the integration of theory and practice in a variety of contexts
  • advanced enquiry and research skills, holistic thinking, integration and synthesis
  • team working and motivational skills
  • inner responsibility and self-inspection skills required for effective leadership.

TUITION: $15,000

The course is available in the following countries:

  • Ireland
  • UK
  • Canada
  • USA
  • Germany
  • Belgium
  • Netherlands
  • Lithuania