Executive Master in International Finance Modules
What is a MIF Module?
Master in International Finance (MIF) Modules can have a profound impact on your career. The MIF is a well-recognised programme that builds on the school’s strengths in corporate finance, asset management, banking, quantitative finance and new paradigms in the industry.
The MIF Modules combine business relevance and academic rigour in unique ways – integrating the input of top academics, policy makers and key figures in the financial arena.
Corporate Finance Modules
- Advanced Corporate Finance & Valuation
- Financial Analysis and Valuation
- International Financial Management
- M&A and Restructuring
Banking / Quantitative Finance
- Advanced Financial Econometrics
- Computational Finance with MATLAB
- Financial Econometrics
- Financial Modelling
- Risk Management & Financial Institutions
New Paradigms in the Finance Industry
- Behavioural Finance
- Entrepreneurship [NEW]
- Fintech: Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies [NEW]
Structure of a MIF Module
Each MIF Module spans eight weeks. Most include six once-weekly evening lectures, one study week and one exam week.
Each participant who passes the exam with a sufficient grade will receive a certificate.
Participants who wish to complete the full Master in International Finance degree should note that MIF Modules credits are valid for five years.
Please note the number of places per MIF Module is limited.
Permanent Education (PE) hours
PE hours for accountants and controllers can be earned by participating a MIF module. Benefit from a flexible learning program to suit your timetable requirements NBA and VRS 3 PE-hours per evening, 18 PE hours in total. Please indicate on the registration form if you are a RE, RA or RC.
- Degree programme
- Part-time, short-term, module
- Language of instruction
- Starts in
- February, April, September, November
- EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA