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Studies at University of Oulu

The University of Oulu offers study opportunities with a solid academic foundation ranging from 5-6 year degree programmes and master’s programmes to doctoral training. There are also several possibilities such as open university studies, executive training and continuing education for developing and maintaining skills and competencies.

In addition to a variety of student exchange programmes, international master’s degree programmes in English are offered in six fields of study, making the university an international study environment.

International Master's Programmes

Master's Programme in Finance

Organizations of all sizes and industries, from multinationals to SMEs, governmental agencies and nonprofit institutions, are involved with and affected by the financial markets. Asset managers and financial analysts must navigate volatile markets. Investment bankers find solutions for firms’ and nonprofits’ funding requirements. Central banks and governmental agencies may be directly involved in financial markets and oversee market regulation. The financial world of today demands expert knowledge with a global perspective – you should demand the same of your education.

The Oulu Business School of the University of Oulu organises a two-year Master´s programme in Finance (MF) that will provide students with the skills and knowledge required by the various organisations that operate in the modern financial world. The next programme will start at the end of August 2014.

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Basic information

Name of the Degree: 
Master of Science (MSc) in Economics and Business Administration
Intake: 
15
Duration of studies: 
2 years
ECTS Credits: 
120
Language of Instruction: 
English
Graduate Profiles: 
Asset Manager
Security Analyst
Financial Market Researcher
Location of Instruction: 
+358 (0)294 482919
jukka.perttunen (at) oulu.fi
+358 (0)294 487786
andrew.conlin (at) oulu.fi
Tuition fees for citizens of non EU/EEA member states: 
No tuition fee

Applying

Application Period: 
December 2nd 2013 – January 31st 2014 (16.00 GMT +2)