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Stimulating international environment

A high-quality curriculum and professional lecturers are key in developing your knowledge and skills. But don’t rule out the importance of your fellow students. In our Executive MSc in International Finance programme, you will meet an international mix of full-time students and working part-timers. All with different cultural and professional backgrounds and academic skills.

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Class profile

To optimise your learning experience, we prefer to keep our classes small and personal. You are teamed up with students from different backgrounds, making sure your learning curve is steep and student interaction is both interesting and fun.

Career testimonials

Dan Zhou

'The career services at the Amsterdam Business School’s MIF office helped me enormously during the year of my studies. We received personal coaching regarding our career goals, personal strengths and weaknesses. It was my career coach who introduced me to various job opportunities, assisted me in preparing for interviews and supported me with landing a position in the financial sector before graduation.' Dan Zhou - Full-time - General track

Hanjun Chen

Cindy Xiong Ying

Rajiv Bajoria

Alumni in the spotlight

MSc in Finance at the Amsterdam Business School, alumni in the spotlight.

‘This programme has been a superb experience. The interactive classes allowed us to explore a wide range of topics and to see how they fit together to form a bigger picture. Besides a solid academic foundation to finance, the programme also develops a range of vital soft skills for getting and succeeding at your dream job. Truly an excellent way to kick-start your career!’ Dewald Kemp (South Africa)

Ronald Verhagen (Netherlands)

Jaemi Samonte (Philippines)

Jørgen Lisøy (Norway)

Paulrich Lawrence Tan (Philippines)

Cederik Engel (Netherlands)

Lisa Bergé Lu (China)

Matthew Ross (United States)

Călin Nădăban (Romania)

Francesco Giovannini (Italy)

Erwin Potjer (Netherlands)

Deepak Misra (India)

Trang Huynh (Vietnam)

Casper Heeremans (Netherlands)