Finance Modules (MIF Modules)

What is a MIF Module?

MIF Modules are courses taught in the curriculum of Executive Master in International Finance (MIF ) programme (post-experience MSc). 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 Module combine business relevance and academic rigour in unique ways – integrating the input of top academics, policymakers and key figures in the financial arena.

New Paradigms in the Finance Industry 

IT in Finance

Corporate Finance 

Asset Management       

Banking and Quantitative Finance 

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. 

MIF Certificate

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.

Education points for professionals with additional finance qualifications: 

  • CFA (Chartered Financial Analysts)
  • RA (Registered Accountants) 
  • RC (Registered Controllers) 
  • RE (Registered EDP-Auditor)

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CFA members: Continuing Education (CE) points

CFA Society Netherlands has determined that this program qualifies for 18 CE credit hours under the guidelines of the CFA Institute Continuing Education Program

CFA members, log in directly on the CFA pages to record credits towards your continuing education.

RA, RC, RE: 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 an RA, RC or RE.

Degree programme
Part-time, short-term, module
4 ECTS, 8 weeks
Language of instruction
Starts in
February, April, June, September, November

Published by  Economics and Business

Executive Master in International Finance