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The Master in Finance Program at WHU is a consecutive science program, which addresses applicants holding an undergraduate degree in a business-related field of study. The program, which takes between 17 and 21 months, starts each year in September. Language of instruction is English.
Students are required to choose 11 modules (5 credit each). A minimum of eight modules must be taken from the Master in Finance Program. Up to three modules are available from the Master in Management Program. The choice of finance modules is wide and covers key financial issues. The program offers two different tracks: a 90 ECTS track for a period of 17 months and a 120 ECTS track for a period of 21 months.
|Teaching Mode||Full Time|
|Academic Requirements||Academic background in business or economics|
Tuition for the Master in Finance Program is EUR 24,400 (90 credit track) or EUR 30,400 (120 credit track). This fee includes the tuition for the capstone module abroad in the 90 credit track or the semester abroad in the 120 credit track. A non-refundable fee of €90 is charged for processing the application. Taking part in a double degree program involves additional costs that depend on the partner’s tuition fees.
There exist numerous ways to finance your studies at WHU. Support regarding the application of scholarships for the study abroad section and the double degree programs are provided.
First information can be found on the WHU Master Program’s website.
|Begin||Early September each year|
|Length||17-21 months, depending on the chosen track|
The application deadline for the next term beginning in September 2019 will be in early May, 2019.
Besides a Bachelor’s degree in a business administration- or finance-related field of study with at least 180ECTS (or equivalent credit points), the admission requirements include: