The Master of Science in Banking and Finance is the flagship programme of the Luxembourg School of Finance. It offers a comprehensive curriculum encompassing both classic and more recent areas of the finance discipline as well as the principal functions of banking.
The cross-functional curriculum provides a dynamic framework of analytical skills and intellectual tools, providing an integrated approach to solving complex banking and financial problems. In addition to a broad range of core courses, students may select one of two streams representing mainstream areas in which they can obtain a deeper knowledge.
Students study with the School’s permanent faculty. The diverse faculty, which maintain close ties to the Luxembourg banking and financial community, engage in leading research and advance banking and financial knowledge and practices on many fronts including market valuation of financial instruments, risk management and behavioral finance. In addition, a roster of invited professors from renowned finance faculties of other universities teach selected courses.
The programme is ideally suited to students seeking a career in corporate finance, asset and wealth management, banking and related fields.
The programme is offered in both full-time and part-time formats with a start in the autumn. To enroll, click here
The full-time programme begins in October and finishes in June of every year, followed by an obligatory internship. The part-time programme begins in September. Classes are generally held on Fridays and Saturdays (full days) twice per month during semester periods. Degree
The MSc in Banking and Finance is a post-graduate degree offered by the Luxembourg School of Finance of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance.
Candidates who meet the eligibility criteria will be selected on the basis of their past academic performance and a personal interview with the Managing Director of the programme.Those wishing to apply should read carefully the admission procedures of the university. Students with prior academic degrees from non EU/EEA countries should pay careful attention to the university’s admission procedure concerning recognition of non EU/EEA academic degrees and diplomas.
Recipient: University of Luxembourg
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