Finance is a subject that analyzes and interprets financial markets, economic trends, banking, assets and liabilities, and investments.
People working in Finance analyze the data and then do long-term financial planning, providing recommendations based on their findings. The goal is to help governments, companies and people make better financial decisions.
There is no better place for you to study a Masters in Finance - consistently ranking the best program in the world after experience - than at the Lund Business School (LBS). We have an outstanding global reputation for teaching this specialist subject and strong links with financial institutions, recruiters and practitioners.
Develop a global view of finance in a flexible, customizable full-time or part-time program that can be tailored to suit your career goals. Choose from a wide range of specialist electives, internships, industry-focused events and international experience.
Finance degrees teach students about the management of funds, usually money, and study all stages of the acquisition and distribution of resources that are needed for capital investment. The main purpose of finance is to learn how to use all assets in order to optimize financial resources towards the objectives of an organization or an individual.
Our Master of Finance program explores the most important aspects of our current financial reality, including a deep dive into the world of FinTech, giving you first-hand insight into the realities of modern markets and understanding the latest trends in finance corporate and private equity, thus drastically increasing your appeal for recruitment to top financial institutions.
The program offers high-level graduates whose background may not necessarily be in finance, a unique opportunity to gain a comprehensive foundation and subsequent depth in the field. One of the most sought after degrees at the LSE, the program attracts some of the very best students from leading institutions from around the world.
You will gain an in-depth understanding of the core courses in corporate finance and financial markets before tailoring your goals to a range of optional courses, including a number of specially designed applied courses.