Tuition & Deadlines

Program Start

The program starts annually in April. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. No application fee is required. We encourage you to speak with an admissions advisor before starting your application.

Deadlines & Discounts

Deadlines for application to our next program start in April 2019 are as follows:

Deadline Early-Bird-Discount Tuition
October 1, 2018 EUR 3,000 EUR 18,500
December 3, 2018 EUR 1,500 EUR 20,000
February 1, 2019 no discount, application deadline EUR 21,500

Upon accepting an offer of admission, applicants pay a non-refundable tuition deposit of EUR 1,000 which is included in the overall tuition fee indicated above. The tuition fee corresponds to a program duration of a total of 4 semesters. 

Tuition includes Goethe University semester fees and the RMV-Semesterticket. Textbooks are not included in tuition.

The tuition (less the non-refundable tuition deposit) is payable in the following installments:


The tuition (less the non-refundable tuition deposit) is payable in the following installments:

Installment AmountDate
EUR 8,000April 1, 2019
EUR 8,000October 1, 2019
EUR 4,500April 1, 2020

Discounts are deducted from the last installment.

A part-time master program is first and foremost trouble: unimpressed by your new task, your regular office work continues and in addition, you are exposed to a bulk of interesting but often unfamiliar topics. It’s like riding an express train through the library. Goethe Business School offered us internationally respected teachers, applied theory in realistic case studies and kept our backs free by delivering first class learning infrastructure. Again? No. Worth it? Definitely: yes!

1:/user_upload/Images/02_Master_in_Finance/Lars_Mosdorf.jpg Lars MosdorfAlumnus EMBA Class of 2011, Fraport AG

FIRM Scholarships

The Frankfurt Institute for Risk Management and Regulation (FIRM) offers the possibility of FIRM Risk Management Scholarships for exceptional applicants for the Master in Finance with a special interest in the field of risk management.

Financing your studies

In addition to the possibility of deducting part-time studies as income-related expenses from tax, a student loan can also be taken. For more information see financing your studies.

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