The Master’s Program in Money and Finance (MMF) is an innovative joint venture of the Department of Money and Macroeconomics and of the Department of Finance, both located in the new House of Finance. The program offers promising students from all over the world an intellectually stimulating and challenging setting in which to prepare for their professional careers in central banking, commercial banking, insurance, and other financial services. By being located in Frankfurt, one of the world's leading financial centers and the only city in the world with two central banks (the ECB and the German Bundesbank), it offers unique opportunities for interaction with practitioners.
The program is taught exclusively in English; knowledge of German is not required for admission to, or completion of the program. It has been designed with an objective of establishing itself as a leading Masters program integrating studies in monetary economics, macroeconomics, and finance and as a major gateway to high-profile jobs in the banking and financial sector
The Program starts in Winter.
Completed online application, including statement of purpose (no more than one page); Two letters of recommendation from university faculty members who have taught the applicant; Evidence of English language proficiency for students whose native tongue is not English and who do not hold a degree or high school certificate from an institution with English as the main language of instruction; TOEFL score at least 580; IELTS with score at least 7.0.; GRE scores are required for all applicants that plan to enroll in MMF from October 2010; Degree certificates/diplomas as well as an official transcript of course grades
Recipient: Goethe Business School
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