The Bachelor's degree program in Banking and Finance provides students with a basic education in economics with a focus on finance and banking topics.
In the assessment phase, students acquire knowledge in business administration, finance, computer science, mathematics, statistics, and economics, and can then focus more specifically on their chosen banking and finance topics in the subsequent advanced phase, such as asset management, banking, or corporate finance. This allows students to develop a deeper understanding and a solid perspective and to understand economic relationships in the financial markets well.
The Bachelor's main language is German.
Banking and Finance offers students an exciting insight into the world of banks and financial markets in order to answer questions such as:
In their studies, students deal with financial decisions of companies, the role of banks, the analysis of financial instruments, the functioning, but also the sustainability of financial markets, and the question of responsibility in the financial markets.
In addition to the basic economic education, the study of Banking and Finance requires strong skills in mathematics and statistics. Students who want to refresh their knowledge of mathematics and statistics can attend a mathematics preparation course. This course lasts one week, provides the basics in fast-forward, and prepares students for their Bachelor's degree program.
Sustainability and responsibility in the financial and banking sector are becoming increasingly important, which is why some modules in the Bachelor's degree program specifically deal with this important topic.
Bachelor's students learn the basics in modules such as:
Other modules also address aspects of sustainability and responsibility: