Program Description


Semester 1

  • Corporate Finance
  • Financial Markets and Institutions
  • International Financial Reporting and Analysis
  • International Economics
  • Research Methods
Semester 2
  • Seminar
  • Asset Management
  • Finance, Trade and Economic Development
  • Risk Management
  • Elective Course


Semester 3
  • Mastercolloqium I
  • Thesis
Semester 4
  • Mastercolloqium II
  • Thesis


The International Finance programme covers International Reporting, International Banking, Risk Managment, International Economics, Financial Markets and Institutions, and other current economic issues. In addition to wide range of courses, the programme aims to offer accurate and effective research methods through scientific research methods courses and seminars. In the second semester, the elective courses listed below enable students to focus on areas of interest and specialization.

Elective Courses
  • European Monetary Union        
  • Behavioral Finance                    
  • Financial Modeling                                 
  • Recent Developments in International Finance and Trade              
  • International Development Cooperation: Theory and Policy
  • Sectoral Finance
  • MENA area studies
  • Islamic Finance
  • International Banking