This programme extends your knowledge of all major areas of financial decision-making. You will gain a thorough understanding of, and training in, effective identification, analysis and resolution of complex financial problems.
The Master’s programme in Finance provides knowledge in both financial economics and corporate finance. Important objectives are to familiarise students with the main areas of investigation and research techniques used in finance, and to give you the general knowledge required to specialise in your preferred area of finance.
The programme is research-driven and based on the principle of academic rigour in practical application. You will learn advanced theoretical and empirical concepts in both financial economics and corporate finance. We use case studies to help you practice what you learn. Thanks to our close connection to the business community the classes feature guest speakers from top management in financial firms on a regular basis.
With a Master’s in Finance from a world class university you are well equipped to pursue a career in finance all over the world.
Top 50 in the Financial Times ranking
The finance programme is ranked in the Financial Times prestigious global ranking of the best Master’s in Finance in the world.The international financial paper sends questionnaires to the students who graduated three years ago, in which they have an opportunity to answer questions about what the study programme has meant for them, how their careers have taken off, what they have learned, to what extent they feel their studies paid off, etc. According to the questionnaire, 84% of the finance students are employed after three months.
Pre-programme career workshop
The Careers Centre provides guidance and advice to help you meet your career goals. During the academic year, the Careers Centre delivers a wide range of activities, for example, CV writing, interview preparation and networking skills.
As part of your orientation week, a half-day career workshop is run, especially tailored for the students of the MSc in Finance.
As a MSc Finance student you have access to extensive data resources, including Bloomberg terminals. You will be able to view live market data from across the world and use it to test how theoretical mathematical financial models stand up in practice.
Bloomberg is one of the leading providers of market data, news and analytical functions and is used globally in bank dealing rooms and investment houses.
Double Degree options
For selected students that deliver very good study results during the initial semester of the programme, double degree options with Emlyon Business School and University of Groningen will be offered.
Emlyon Business School (60 credits)
The programme at Emlyon business school takes place in Lyon and Paris with two learning trips abroad. Four specialisations are available for you to choose within the MSc in Finance at Emlyon. At the end of the programme you are invited to apply for an internship. No further thesis is required for the degree at Emlyon. The length of the programme is two semesters.
University of Groningen (30 credits)
After completing the Master’s in Finance (60 credits), you can take a third semester (30 credits of course work) at the University of Groningen, studying parts of their Master’s in Finance programme. You do not need to write another thesis.
International Master Class
LUSEM invites students enrolled in selected one-year Master’s programmes, to apply for an “International Master Class” at one of our prestigious partner universities. This is a unique opportunity to add-on a semester to the masters’ studies in Lund. Fee-paying students pay for an additional semester at Lund University, and non-fee paying students go free of any tuition fees. Students currently registered at the MSc in Finance can apply to: Bocconi University, Italy; University of St Gallen, Switzerland; European Business School (EBS), Germany.
This is a programme for students who are aiming for a career in the finance industry, including portfolio management, investment banking, trading, security analysis, asset allocation. Financial skills are also in demand by regulators and policy makers in the area of financial markets. The programme also prepares you for PhD studies in finance.
Graduates have found work at financial and non-financial companies such as Citco Group, Goldman Sachs, Royal Bank of Scotland, JP Morgan, BNP Paribas, China Investment Corporation, Standard Poor’s, Maersk, PwC, Electrolux, Tetra Pak, L’Oréal and Volvo Car.
More information can be found at http://lusem.lu.se/study/masters/programmes/finance
An undergraduate degree (BA/BSc) with at least 90 ECTS credits in business administration and/or economics which must include a course in basic microeconomics (can be part of a course in basic economics), a course in intermediate finance, and a course in econometrics or statistics. English 6/English course B.
The selection is based on academic qualifications.
English language requirements
Most of Lund University’s programmes require English Level 6 (unless otherwise stated under “Entry requirements”). This is the equivalent of an overall IELTS score of 6.5 or a TOEFL score of 90. There are several ways to prove your English language proficiency – check which proof is accepted at the University Admissions in Sweden website. All students must prove they meet English language requirements by the deadline, in order to be considered for admission.
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