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

Make a difference for the environment with your career!

The Sustainable Finance track gives your the opportunity to network with professionals who have been pioneers in the sustainable finance industry and to obtain academic insights.

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 Sustainable Finance?

Sustainable Finance is an explosively evolving industry requiring the ability to constantly learn and innovate. By studying Sustainable Finance You would become a pioneer in a young and new industry by mastering academic knowledge by networking with industry experts.

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The skills of instructors range from managing and modeling sustainability risks to performing ESG due-diligence of investments, through developing ambitious sustainability strategies for leading financial institutions and public administrations worldwide. It covers several diverse aspects of risk and opportunity related to sustainability in the economy of tomorrow, offering a theoretical ground.

– Improve your presentation skills
– Apply state-of-the art methods through ESG, taxonomy and hedging risk applications.
– Build up your experience profile through an Internship
– Broaden your finance knowledge through Elective modules
– Follow the niche strategic priority of the government in Luxembourg

– Study in an international environment in a small group (20 students max), fully in English.

Our team

Professors and industry experts

The teaching staff includes University Professors of Economics and Finance who integrate their research excellence into their teaching and experienced Industry Professionals who link students to the sustainable finance industry.

  • Michael Halling

    Study Programme Director
  • Coralie Deshayes

    Study Programme Administrator