What determines stock prices? What’s the best way to finance a particular company? And how can the financial markets and financial regulations help a society as a whole to prosper? The Finance Master’s programme explores these questions through real-life business cases, many of which are led by people who work in the financial industry themselves.
Besides this Msc Finance programme two intensive programmes of 84 ec each are offered to talented and ambitious students: the Duisenberg Honours Programme Finance and Technology and the Duisenberg Honours Programme in Quantitative Risk Management.
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the courses Corporate Valuation and Corporate Valuation for Finance.
In addition you may opt for an intership of 0 EC.
master traditional finance techniques in combination with developments
in data science. Having graduated from the programme, you’ll have the
ability to understand the data techniques, how they can be applied in
the financial sector, and how they can transform businesses. While you
won’t be a data science specialist, you’ll form a bridge between the
programmer and the manager. You’ll understand the technicians, apply the
techniques in the financial sector, and sell them to the outside world.
The Honours Programme contains compulsory courses plus a portfolio and a
thesis. In addition you may opt for an intership of 0 EC.
bachelor degree, we offer the Duisenberg Honours Programme in
Quantitative Risk Management within the MSc Finance programme. Upon
successful completion, students obtain an MSc Finance diploma, with the
diploma annex clearly stating that the student successfully completed
the Duisenberg Honours Programme.
For more information on this programme, see the Master site of the
university (www.vu.nl > study at vu amsterdam > Finance (Msc) >
Duisenberg honours programmes in Quantitative Finance and Risk
In additions you may also choose the course Complex System Simulation at
the UvA (period 6).
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