- Training for demanding tasks in everyday working life as well as preparation for continuing studies at the doctoral level
- High professional expertise with 20 professorships at the department
- UZH Master of Arts in Banking and Finance and Joint Master of Science UZH / ETH Zurich in Quantitative Finance
- Option to choose Banking and Finance as a major or minor
Master-Program in Banking and Finance as well as Quantitative Finance
The Institute of Banking and Finance offers two different Masters: A Master of Arts in Banking and Finance and a Joint Master of Science in Quantitative Finance together with ETH Zurich. Both programs offer an excellent preparation for the professional life and provide the basis for a postgraduate doctorate.
Master of Arts in Banking and Finance
The master's program in Banking and Finance builds on the finance and banking knowledge taught in the bachelor. With its' minor it allows for a specialization in Banking, Corporate Finance, Financial Economics or Quantitative Finance.
Graduate statistics for the master in Banking and Finance
*2016: Launch of major and minor differentiation.
The master's degree opens the doors for a direct career entry in different industries. Outstanding graduates qualify for further doctoral studies.*Estimates based on master graduates from 2014-2017.
Master of Science in Quantitative Finance
The specialized master program in Quantitative Finance is aimed at highly qualified students with a good knowledge of financial and mathematical notions who are interested in the combination of financial economics with mathematical methods for finance and insurance. The competitive program prepares for the most demanding tasks in the financial services industry or paves the path to a doctoral degree program.
Further information about the program and the application process are on the program website: msfinance.uzh.ch
Graduate statistics for the master in Quantitative Finance
*2011: First award of Master of Science in Quantitative Finance (previously MAS in Quantitative Finance).
The degree qualifies for the transition to scientifically oriented occupational fields, further studies at the doctoral level and demanding positions in quantitative areas of the financial services industry.*Estimates based on graduates from 2014-2017.