Financial questions arise almost everywhere in modern life. Individuals must manage their income, expenses, savings, and investments. Companies must run their financial operations in such a way that all stakeholders benefit, including employees, owners, and the surrounding community. Globally, we must establish socially responsible investment practices that provide resources for tackling issues like poverty and environmental sustainability. The skills developed during the Finance programme of the University of Gothenburg help you to provide educated answers to these various challenges.
Our programme focuses on the problems of an advanced practitioner and provides you with a solid basis in corporate finance and investment management. You will gain analytical knowledge and an operational understanding of financial concepts, develop skills to apply financial theory to practical problems, and gather working knowledge of empirical tools. Prominent representatives of the business community give seminars and classes, preparing you to enter the job market. Our Finance Laboratory modernizes your education by:
- providing access to real-time data from most global exchanges;
- providing a continuous flow of updated models and research material from several international investment banks, covering most major companies and fixed income securities;
- enabling you to monitor realistic positions of securities in terms of valuation and risk;
- and developing your programming skills to meet the needs of an increasingly technological industry.
You can choose from various elective courses and tailor your education to your particular interests and goals. Courses like Applied Portfolio Management, Quantitative Finance, and Credit Risk Modelling prepare you for careers in asset management, risk management, security analysis, and sales. On the other hand, courses like Corporate Valuation, Financial Accounting, and Industrial Economics prepare you for careers in commercial banking, management consulting, or finance functions in corporations. You may also broaden your perspective via a wide selection of non-financial elective courses.
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- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Financial Econometrics and Investments
- Advanced Corporate Finance
- A Bachelor's degree (equivalent to 180 ECTS credits) from an internationally recognized university
- A Bachelor's Degree within mathematics or in an engineering programme with a quantitative or mathematical orientation
- A minimum of 7,5 credits in finance and a minimum of 15 credits in microeconomics (of which at least 7,5 credits on intermediate level) and a minimum of 15 credits in statistics or 7,5 credits in statistics and 7,5 credits in quantitative methods and/or mathematics
- English 6/English B from Swedish upper secondary school or the equivalent level of an internationally recognized test
International8302 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 16605 EUR for the full programme during 24 months.
EU/EEAFreeTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 0 EUR for the full programme during 24 months.
- Full programme cost: 168,000 SEK
- No fees are charged for EU and EEA citizens, Swedish residence permit holders and exchange students
Living costs for Göteborg
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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