Academic Guidelines for Exchange 2014/15
MSc in Financial Economics (MScFE)
Responsible: Professor Bruno Gerard
General Course Information
Exchange at the Master level is based on high academic standards and relevance. Hence it is important to ensure that students apply for institutions that offer courses at the right level in order to have the courses approved by the Associate Dean.
MScFE – Course Information
Students are expected to take at least 24 ECTS when abroad.
The courses may differ from courses that are offered at BI during the 3rd semester.
MSc in Business – Course Information for students with a minor in Finance
Students should take specialized finance courses equivalent to 24 ECTS while on Exchange and make sure that they have covered topics from GRA 6540 Applied Finance.
Recommended Partner Institutions for MScFE
Aalto University School of Economics
Copenhagen Business School
EDHEC Business School, Campus Nice
Frankfurt School of Finance & Economics
Hanken School of Economics
Indian Institute of Management, India
Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Universidad Católica de Portuguesa
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
Universite Libre De Bruxelles, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands (exams in January)
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia (exams in Jan/Feb)
University of Zürich (exams in January)
Other universities among the partner institutions can be chosen, but the Department of Financial Economics requires that students must collect information about the institution they want to apply for, and make sure that courses at the right academic level are offered.