Master's (International) in Finance
What are you waiting for? An international career is expecting you.
This Master’s is designed for those high achievers who seek to brave the globe and dive into the realm of finance. Are you ready to perform higher than most?
The International Master’s in Finance is directed at Bachelor's students who want to have an international career after their Master’s program, and ambition a fast career progression in the financial area. It is a highly selective 3- Semester Master’s Program that provides students with the tools, concepts, and training to succeed in an international context.
Students graduating from this Master's typically pursue an international career in multinational organizations in the financial area.
For more information >> https://www.novasbe.unl.pt/en/programs/masters/international-masters-in-finance/program
Master (2nd Cycle)
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Profª. Melissa Prado | Profª. Catherine da Silveira
The Masters have a minimum duration of 3 semesters of instruction, including a curriculum and a part of project work.
The maximum period for the completion of the master's of 6 academic semesters after the admission to the master's degree. For obtaining the master's degree is required to complete a minimum of 90 ECTS, being the maximum of 120 ECTS, which decompose in: curriculum: Part approval) disciplines in a minimum of 60 ECTS; (b)) Approbation at work: 30 ECTS.
In each semester can be made from subjects up to a maximum of 35 ECTS. During the semester the project Work, the learner can only enroll in courses up to a maximum of 14 ECTS (full or half courses). Master disciplines are worth the following number of credits: Full courses (duration of a semester): 7 ECTS
Half courses (half semester): 3.5 ECTS career Program: 2 ECTS skills development modules: 2 ECTS.
Conditions of admittance
Information available >> https://www.novasbe.unl.pt/en/programs/apply/masters/admission
|2477||Introduction to Programming||7|
|2220||Entrepreneurial Finance & Venture Capital||7|
|2232||Applied Corporate Finance||7|
|Fall 1st Half|
|2578||Mastering Your Career||2|
|2233||Macroeconomics of Financial Markets||3.5|
|2269||Empirical Methods for Finance||3.5|
|Fall 2nd Half|
|2243||Real Estate Finance||3.5|
|2257||Futures and Options||3.5|
|2172||Numerical Methods and MatLab||3.5|
|2156||Seminar on Current Economic and Financial Issues||3.5|
|Spring 1st Half|
|2222||Financial Statement Analysis||3.5|
|2193||Behavioral Economics and Finance||3.5|
|2497||Models and Decision-Making||3.5|
|2494||Computational Thinking and Data Science (includes Applied Statistics)||3.5|
|Spring 2nd Half|
|2440||Big Data Analysis||3.5|
|2276||Financial Distress, Bankruptcy and Restructuring||3.5|
|2169||Financial Crises in History||3.5|
|2197||Advanced Behavioral Economics and Finance||3.5|
|2204||Mergers, Acquisitions and Reestructuring||3.5|
|2439||Management Control Systems||3.5|
|2495||Continuous, Adaptive, Data-driven systems||3.5|