Master in Finance
With its part-time Master in Finance, Goethe Business School combines academic rigor with real-world applications. Our graduate-level master program has been specifically designed for young professionals who wish to continue with their careers while pursuing a master's degree.
Embedded in an ideal learning infrastructure on Goethe University’s modern Campus Westend, Goethe Business School’s Master in Finance takes a unique approach to a unique challenge. It offers students high-quality training opportunities in the field of financial management and risk management, respectively, combining up-to-date theories and practical applications that they can apply immediately in their place of work. This immediate application of the knowledge gained from the program enables students to realize a return on investment allowing to grow academically and professionally while enrolled in the program.
Outstanding faculty and infrastructure
The competences, knowledge, and skills of our employees are our most important resource. They are essential for the high quality of our products and services in a wide range of fields. Goethe Business School’s part-time Master in Finance offers ideal conditions to gain a strong foundation as well as detailed insights into new academic concepts in the field of finance while pursuing a professional career.
Goethe Business School’s Master in Finance program is taught by Goethe University's outstanding faculty, as well as faculty from other leading institutions and prominent practitioners from major corporations. Exchanging ideas with guest speakers from the financial world and sharing experiences with a stimulating and professional student body group also creates new career paths and opportunities.
The program is taught in English and can be completed within 22 months – including bi-weekly classes during 3 semesters and the subsequent master thesis (14 weeks). Graduates earn a Master of Arts in Finance degree (90 ECTS CP) from the AACSB-accredited Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main.
Classroom instruction takes place every second weekend on Friday afternoons and full days on Saturday during the semester. A class weekend will begin on Fridays at 13:00 until 20:00 and on Saturdays from 09:00 until 16:30. During a typical semester there will be ten weekends of classes including one weekend for final examinations.