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Masters in Finance

Study Finance Masters Programmes

Finance generally refers to the handling or acquiring of money and funds. This can involve personal finance, corporate finance or public finance. However, finance is a very broad term that can refer to different aspects of the financial field. It plays a crucial part in most businesses and sectors, as the handling of money is very important.

Masters in Finance in 2024

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Master in Finance Master Degree

EU Business School, Munich Germany

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MSc in Finance MSc

emlyon business school France

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Quantitative Finance Master

Erasmus School of Economics Netherlands

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Finance and Investment Management MSc, PG Cert, PG Dip

University of Liverpool Online Programmes United Kingdom

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MSc International Business 4.0 - Finance & FinTech MSc

ESSCA School of Management – Online Programs France

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Banking and Finance Law LLM

Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) United Kingdom

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Accounting and Finance MSc

University of Derby United Kingdom

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Climate Change Finance and Investment MSc

The University of Edinburgh Business School, University of Edinburgh United Kingdom

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Master of Applied Finance Master Degree

Western Sydney University Australia

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