Master International Risk Management and Finance (Full-time, Part-time) - Máster en Gestión de Riesgos Internacionales y Finanzas
1. A completed Bachelor´s degree in Business Administration or related area
Ideally, your Bachelor´s degree should cover the following courses:
•Human Resource Management
•Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
•Bachelor’s thesis of 12 EC
2. Proficiency in English
•A TOEFL score of >90, with subscores not lower than 22
•A IELTS score of >6.5, with subscores not lower than 6.5
•Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) with a mark of C or higher
3. A letter of motivation
In this letter of motivation (max 2 pages) you should explain why you want to attend this programme and why you think you are suited for this programme.
The Master’s programme in Economics at Radboud University could be called ‘Economics Plus’: the ‘standard’ economics package is expanded with relevant knowledge from related disciplines such as political science, psychology and sociology. Not only do economists examine money, markets and regulations; they also examine consumers’, businesses’ and governmental financial behaviour and decision-making. There are six specialisations: Accounting and Control, Corporate Finance and Control, Financial Economics, International Economics & Business, International Economics & Development or Economics and Policy.
The Master’s programme in Economics is taught at the Nijmegen School of Management and has six spesialisations. Each spesialisation has a course load of 60 EC* (one-year). Most of the courses are 6 EC and the Master’s Thesis is 18 EC. The courses you take will be determined by the specialisation you choose.
More information can be found on the programme outline pages of each of the specialisations:
Accounting and Control
Corporate Finance and Control
International Economics and Business
Economics and Policy
International Economics and Development
The career prospects for the Master’s programme in Business Administration differ slightly, depending on which Master’s specialisation you choose