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MSc in Finance and Economics

Université du Luxembourg - 05/04/2022

The Master of Science in Finance and Economics is a two-year programme, offering foundational courses at postgraduate level in the first year (M1). During the second year (M2), students have the option to specialise in five different tracks:

  • Banking
  • Investment Management
  • Risk Management
  • Sustainable Finance
  • Financial Economics
  • Digital Transformation in Finance

Students who have successfully completed the M1 may also choose to apply for the MSc in Quantitative Economics, which prepares candidates for careers in research or further study at doctoral level.

The MSc in Finance and Economics was developed together with the Luxembourg financial centre. It prepares students for the job market in different finance disciplines in Luxembourg, Europe and overseas.

Our program also offers the possibility for interested students to opt for acquiring "The European Master in Official Statistics (EMOS)" label on their diploma. The EMOS label aims at including official statistics in statistical curricula and provides an international recognition as a highly educated professional statistician trained to work in (inter-)national statistical institutes and institutions using official statistics.

During their second year, students in all tracks will complete an Academic Master Thesis or an Internship and an Applied Master Thesis, giving them the opportunity to take their first steps in the professional world.

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