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This one-year Master's programme in Finance offers the quantitative and theoretical tools required for a successful career as a financial analyst. You’ll learn from highly qualified researchers, lecturers, professors and representatives from business – from both Sweden and abroad. Your degree gives you expertise in the main areas of applied finance (corporate finance, pricing, risk management and financial institutions) and a solid foundation in economics, business and industry – making you highly employable in the international job market.
Kick-start your career as a financial analyst
The Master in Finance fast-tracks you to a successful career as a financial analyst in Sweden or abroad. We cooperate with accreditation organisations such as SwedSec and the CFA
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Bachelor’s degree worth 180 credits with 90 credits in the major subject field of economics with at least 7.5 credits in finance at the
intermediate level and 7.5 credits in econometrics, statistics, or the equivalent.
Alternatively, a bachelor’s degree worth 180 credits with 90 credits in the major subject field of business administration, with at least 7.5 credits in micro- economics and 7.5 credits in macro-economics and at least 7.5 credits in finance at the intermediate level and 7.5 credits in econometrics, statistics, or the equivalent.
Tuition is free for those with citizenship within the EU.
Students with citizenship in countries not within the EU/EEA or Switzerland are required to pay tuition fees, for details please visit: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
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