RECRUITING & ADMISSIONS
Tuition & Deadlines
Application Deadlines | Program start April 2020
|October 1, 2019||EUR 3,000||EUR 18,500|
|December 2, 2019||EUR 1,500||EUR 20,000|
|January 27, 2020||EUR 21,500|
Upon accepting an offer of admission, a deposit of EUR 1,000 is payable, which is deducted from the overall tuition fee indicated above. This deposit is non-refundable.
Tuition fees cover the standard program duration of 4 semesters. Tuition includes semester fees for enrollment at Goethe University as well as the RMV semester ticket - costs for course materials or textbooks are not included.
Tuition is payable in the following installments. Discounts are deducted from the last installment.
|EUR 8,000||April 1, 2020|
|EUR 8,000||October 1, 2020|
|EUR 4,500||April 1, 2021|
Students enrolling in the Master in Finance program who have opted for the specialization in "Risk Management & Regulation" can apply for FIRM-sponsored fellowships.
The Frankfurt Institute for Risk Management and Regulation (FIRM) is managed by the Society for Risk Management and Regulation e. V. Founded in 2009, FIRM promotes high-quality research and teaching in the fields of risk management and regulation in Frankfurt. FIRM Scholarships award up to 25% of the tuition and are credited towards the third tuition installment. In addition, FIRM alumni join the FIRM alumni network, not only enabling them to get connected but also offering access to benefits such as invitations to special events such as the annual FIRM Research Conference and alumni meetings.
Financing your studies
If a part-time study program is preceded by a completed first degree course, the costs of this can be deducted in full from the tax as income-related expenses.
For those privately financing their studies, a student loan may be of interest. Information regarding loans for working professionals or other state funding options can be found here.
The Master in Finance program at Goethe Business School offered me the opportunity to deepen my financial knowledge whilst pursuing my professional career in banking. In a rapidly changing business environment, managing financial and increasingly non-financial risk is crucial for businesses to succeed. The risk management specialization teaches you how to manage those risks using a unique combination of theory and practical knowledge. With courses taking place in the House of Finance, an excellent faculty as well as students from diverse geographical and professional backgrounds, Goethe Business School provides a perfect setting to study, network and advance your career.