Top-5 reasons to take the Executive Master of International Finance at ABS
- Internationally renowned programme
Playing to ABS’s core strengths in corporate finance, banking and asset management; 90% of our students are hired by top 100 firms before graduation. We are ranked #5 of worlds best International Masters in Finance (Financial Times).
- Unique personal approach
Take part in small classes and hands-on workshops, an international study trip, mentor programmes and our extensive alumni network. Keeping class sizes deliberately small, professors can focus keenly on individual students, personally guiding them towards their specific goals. Our motto: learning is a dialogue, not a monologue.
- Up-to-date research and knowledge
We juggle business relevance with academic excellence. Experts from leading finance academics, policy makers and global figures make shure you are up-to-date with topics like Fintech/Blockchain and Behavioural Finance. And know how to apply the latest developments in the Finance industry.
- Stimulating international environment
Current students represent over 15 countries, all with different backgrounds. Combined with an international faculty, this makes for an exciting melting pot of cultures, professional backgrounds and academic skills.
- Excellent accreditation and reputation
University of Amsterdam is ranked in the top-70 world's best universities. MIF is ranked #5 of world's best International Masters in Finance according to recent Financial Times Ranking. Amsterdam Business School is Triple Crown accredited.
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Programme Director Dr Jens Martin: 'At the forefront of Finance Education'
'We at the Master of International Finance strive to be at the forefront of education in Finance. We see technological changes are disrupting the finance industry and we research how these changes work, how they affect the finance sector of the future. To equip our students with the necessary tools and understanding to successfully face these disruptions we are expanding our curriculum with FinTech courses'.