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  Master in Financial Management

Online Frankfurt School of Finance and Management    Finance and Management

Full time June MSc 4 Semesters
Business & Management (5) Economics (10) Finance (14)

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The Master in Financial Management programme at Frankfurt School is designed to allow students from non-business studies to enter and start a career in finance. This programme will enable students to gain core business competencies, develop quantitative skills and become leaders in the financial industry.

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Entry Requirements

- First academic degree (Bachelor or Diploma) with at least 180 ECTS credits, regardless of discipline.
- Excellent written and spoken English (TOEFL iBT 90, IELTS 7.0 or equivalent).
- Valid GMAT/GRE score (no minimum requirement) or Frankfurt School Admission Test (BT Methods).
- Successful admissions interview.


Tuition fee: EUR 39,000
Early Bird discounts for early applicants:
Apply by 30 November: EUR 4,000
Apply by 31 March: EUR 2,000
Final application and scholarship deadline: 30 June. Application after this deadline is subject to availability.

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The Klaus-Peter Müller Scholarship was introduced through a generous one million Euros donation by Professor Dr. h.c. Klaus-Peter Müller, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Commerzbank AG and Honorary Chairman of the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management Foundation.

Full and partial scholarships will be awarded to cover the tuition fee.

Scholarships will initially be awarded for 2 semesters only (one semester for applicants who join in the summer semester) which will be reviewed after this time. Scholarships can be reduced or retracted if the scholarship holder does not meet the required expectations.

Klaus-Peter Müller scholarship holders are expected to support the school as an FS ambassador and actively contribute to the Frankfurt School community. Following graduation, engagement as a FS alumnus is expected as well as relative financial support towards the scholarship pool.

Value of Scholarship(s)

Full and partial scholarships


- attend a full-time Master's or MBA programme,
- are from the German-speaking region (applicants connected to the region may also be considered),
- are not able to self-fund their studies and
- have performed exceptionally well throughout their previous studies, both academically and personally.

Application Procedure

The scholarship must be applied for within the online application process, where the applicant is required to answer the scholarship-specific questions and provide supporting documents to verify eligibility. Additionally, applicants will have to submit a motivational letter expressing how they actively plan to contribute to Frankfurt School and the FS community.

The scholarship will be awarded as part of Frankfurt School admissions process. Therefore, the scholarship application deadline is the same as the specific programme application deadline (end of June for the pre-experience master programmes and end of July for the Frankfurt MBA). Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.

The selection criteria include:
- the average grade of the first degree(s),
- performance in Frankfurt School application process,
- personal attributes (motivation, engagement, extracurricular activities) and
- the applicant’s financial and family background.
If qualifications are equal, preference will be given to applicants from large families.
All applications to the Klaus-Peter Müller Scholarship must be completed in German.

The scholarship committee will award each scholarship on an individual basis. There is no legal right to claim a scholarship.

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The FS Master's Scholarships programme aims to provide especially talented candidates with an opportunity to study irrespective of their financial circumstances.

The scholarships cover a partial amount of tuition for the respective programme. Frankfurt School offers scholarships to top applicants of the four pre-experience Master's programmes:

Master of Finance (MSc)
Master in Management (MSc)
Master in Applied Data Science (MSc)
Master in Financial Management (MSc)

Selection criteria include candidates’ academic results (grade of first degree), admission test score (e.g. GMAT), performance in Frankfurt School selection procedure and candidates’ personal achievements and needs (extracurricular activities, social commitment, intercultural skills, international experience and, if relevant, professional experience and internships).

Value of Scholarship(s)

Value is determined individually


To be considered for a scholarship, applicants have to answer a question in the scholarship section of the online application form.

Application Procedure

To be considered for a scholarship, applicants have to answer a question in the scholarship section of the online application form. Scholarship applications sent after the application will not be considered. Completed applications for all of our pre-experience master's programmes (start date: 28 August 2023) must be submitted by 30 June 2023. Incomplete applications or applications received after this date cannot be considered for a scholarship. Frankfurt School awards Master's Scholarships continuously throughout the admission process on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The Scholarship Committee will review the scholarship candidates once the application is completed and the applicant is admitted. The Scholarship Committee’s decision is final, and candidates have no legal entitlement to a scholarship.

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