A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Financial economics, which is a subgroup of economics, is a subject dealing with the monetary aspect of trade and commerce. Financial economics focuses on the distribution of economic resources, the influence of economic decisions on the financial market and how to hedge risk when investing.
Europe, one of the world's seven continents, is usually known as the westernmost peninsula of Eurasia. Second smallest continent, with 10,180,000 (km2), the area regroups 50 countries.
Masters in Financial Economics in Europe
The Master in Stock Exchange and Financial Markets form high-level specialists in financial and economic area, addressing practically necessary for proper analysis and financial asset management tools. The aim is to provide the knowledge and tools necessary to achieve a theoretical and practical knowledge of financial markets and ... [+]
Specializations: World Economy, Finance, monetary circulation and credit, Economics and National Economy Management, Economics and Management, Applied Computer analysis [+]
MSc Accounting & Finance provides you with a solid understanding of accounting and finance principles. The programme prepares you for a successful career in accounting, finance or business manager at a senior position. [+]
The world we live in is evolving quickly and in a context of increasing uncertainty. One bad economic decision can have dreadful consequences for the welfare of a country, lead to the expulsion of a company from a market or condemn a family to an unpayable debt. Understanding the [+]
This graduate degree programme produces experts able to proficiently tackle the main financial issues relating to financial markets. [+]
The <strong>Masters in Finance Program (MiF)</strong> is a rigorous, 10-month professional degree program specializing in applied finance. [+]
Taught on our campus in Nice, Financial Economics prepares students for the demands of the international financial job market. [+]
In September 2007 ICEF launched a Master’s programme in Financial Economics in academic cooperation with LSE supported by several Russian and international corporate donors with the aim of training top international-level experts ... [+]
Master’s programme in Financial Economics
Offered by International College of Economics and Finance of the National Research University "Higher School of Economics"
In September 2007 ICEF launched a Master’s programme in Financial Economics in academic cooperation with LSE supported by several Russian and international corporate donors with the aim of training top international-level experts in Economics and Finance. The programme is both academically rigorous and applied. Its curriculum is a unique blend of the core courses in Micro- and Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Asset pricing and Corporate finance, and applied courses in various fields of Economics and Finance. Programme graduates start their careers as professional economists or analysts at financial institutions (including Sberbank, the Central Bank of Russia, HSBC, UBS), non-financial companies (Sibur, Renault) or continue their studies at the doctoral level in top universities (such as LSE). ... [-]