Study Programmes Master of Science in Finance and Economics – Financial Economics

Launch your career in policy consulting and analysis

The one-year specialised track in Financial Economics provides expertise in decision making combining economic and financial knwoledge with statistical, econometric and data analytic methods.

The programme at a glance – 60 ECTS

  • Duration:
    1 year / 2 sem

  • Language:

  • Admissions
    EU: 1 Feb 2023 – 30 Apr 2023
    Non-EU: 1 Feb 2023 – 30 Apr 2023

  • Fees:
    200€/ sem. (semester 3,4)

  • Format: PartTimePossible

Why Study Financial Economics?

In an increasingly complex environment, employers seek skills that combine financial knowlege with problem solving and analytical thinking. The Financial Economics track links economic modelling with econometric and data analysis applied to different real-world contexts and allows students to take their first step into the job market of one of the leading financial centres of Europe.


Rigorous Curriculum

The Financial Economics track offers a curriculum that links rigorous economic analysis and advanced econometrics enabling students to develop deep analytical and problem solving skills that are increasingly demanded in the financial industry.

EMOS Certificate

The Financial Economics track offers courses that are required for qualifying for the European Master in Official Statistics (EMOS), which certifies students that are trained to work in National Statistical Institutes and in institutions that use official statistics.

Distinct Character

The Financial Economics track offers an international, multilingual and interdisciplinary environment, in an institutions with a personal atmosphere located in the heart of Europe.

Our team

Academic with Financial Industry Expertise

The teaching staff includes University Professors of Economics and Finance who integrate their research excellence into their teaching and experienced Industry Professionals who provide insights and knowledge about the financial industry.

  • Konstantinos Tatsiramos

    Study Programme Director
  • Deborah Martin

    Study Programme Administrator