Finance Studies
Guide to a Finance Career

Finance Studies

Immerse yourself in the world of numbers and decisions with a degree in Finance. From analyzing global financial markets to strategic corporate finance, this degree provides an in-depth understanding of the complex interactions of the financial world. Gain skills in risk management, investment strategies and financial analysis as you lay the foundations for a successful career in the finance industry. Discover how to overcome financial challenges and develop innovative solutions for an increasingly interconnected global economy.


In the current CHE University Ranking 2023/24, Munich Business School mainly achieves above-average ratings in all ranking categories.

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What do you need to study Finance?

To study finance, there are some prerequisites and qualities that can be helpful. Here are some important aspects you should consider:


  • Dedicated learning: Finance is a constantly evolving field. To be successful, it is important to continuously learn and stay up-to-date.
  • Risk appetite: Financial markets can be volatile, and finance professionals need to be able to assess and manage risk. A certain risk appetite and understanding of risk concepts is useful.
  • Teamwork: In the financial world, people often work in teams. The ability to collaborate and work effectively as part of a team is therefore important.
  • Problem-solving: Finance often involves solving complex problems. The ability to solve problems is a valuable attribute.

MBS Bachelor International Business - NO. 1 in Demand

The following chart shows that International Finance is the No. 1 focus of the MBS Bachelor International Business program, with the highest demand.

Studying Finance in Germany

In Germany, there are a large number of courses in finance at Bachelor's and Master's level. Here are some examples:

Bachelor's degree programs:

  1. B.A. Business Studies: A general Business Studies degree program not only offers broad business knowledge, but can also optimally prepare students for the world of finance if they choose to major in Finance.
  2. B.Sc. Finance: This undergraduate course offers a broad introduction to finance and prepares students for various careers in the financial sector.
  3. B.Sc. Finance and Investment: This program focuses on investment, portfolio management and corporate finance.
  4. B.A. International Finance: This degree program has an international focus and covers topics such as international financial markets and global corporate finance.

Master's degree programs:

  1. M.A. Business Studies: This Master's degree not only provides in-depth business knowledge, but also the status of a finance specialist, thanks to the focus on finance.
  2. M.Sc. Finance: A Master in Finance offers in-depth knowledge in financial analysis, risk management and corporate finance.
  3. M.Sc. Financial Management: This degree program focuses on strategic Financial Management and Corporate Finance.
  4. M.Sc. Banking and Finance: This Master's program deals with specific aspects of banking and financial services.
  5. MBA Finance: A Master of Business Administration with a focus on finance is intended for people who aspire to a management role in the financial sector.
  6. M.Sc. International Finance: This Master's program is geared towards the requirements of the global financial market and includes international aspects of finance.

These are just a few examples, and there are many more degree courses in finance in Germany. The exact courses and specializations may vary depending on the university. It is advisable to research the respective universities and their course offerings in order to find the right course for your own interests and career goals.

Studying Finance at MBS

At Munich Business School, you can study International Business in the Bachelor's program with a focus on finance. This gives you the perfect mix of Business Studies knowledge and experience in finance to shape your future according to your own ideas. These are the most important facts about studying at MBS:

Duration of Study:

6 Semesters + Bachelor Thesis


Bachelor of Arts, 210 ECTS

Start of Studies:

Annually in February and September

Study Title:

Bachelor International Business

Study Language:


Tuition Fees:

995 EUR per Month

Form of Study:

In presence at the campus in Munich


International Focus, Selectable Specializations & Electives

Focal Points:

6 Focal Points including International Finance

What you will learn in
Finance Studies

Financial Markets and Instruments Students learn about the different types of financial markets (e.g. stock markets, bond markets, foreign exchange markets) and the instruments (stocks, bonds, derivatives) that are traded in these markets.
Financial Analysis This includes the ability to understand and analyze financial reports of companies in order to evaluate their financial health and performance.
Risk Management Students learn how to identify, assess and manage financial risks. This includes understanding market risk, credit risk and operational risk.
Investment Analysis This teaches how to evaluate investments and make decisions about buying or selling assets.
Corporate Finance This refers to the financing of companies, whether through equity, debt or other sources of funding.
Portfolio Management This involves managing investment portfolios to maximize returns for investors and minimize risk.
International Financial Markets Students learn the specifics of global financial markets and international trade.
Financial Mathematics This includes the application of mathematical models to value financial instruments and perform financial calculations.
Financial Regulation and Ethics The legal and ethical aspects of finance are covered, including regulatory compliance and ethical standards.
Practical Skills This may include using financial software, performing market analysis and preparing financial reports.

A degree in finance provides students with a broad range of knowledge and skills in the field of finance and economics. The course content can vary depending on the course and university, and some programs offer the opportunity to specialize in areas such as investment banking, corporate finance, risk management or financial consulting. A finance degree program prepares graduates for careers in the financial industry and provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the world of finance.

Studying Finance or Business Studies with a focus on Finance?

Studying Business Studies with a focus on finance offers a broader perspective and some advantages over studying finance alone. Here are some reasons why it can be advantageous to study Business Studies with a focus on Finance:

  • Comprehensive understanding: A Business Studies degree with a focus on finance enables students to develop a comprehensive understanding of the business world. They learn not only the financial aspects, but also the operational and strategic elements of businesses. This is particularly valuable as financial decisions are often made in a broader business context.
  • Versatile career opportunities: A Business Studies degree with Finance offers a wide range of career opportunities. Graduates can work in various business areas such as financial analysis, risk management, corporate management, marketing and more. They are flexible and can apply for different positions more easily.
  • Combination of skills: Students not only gain specialized financial knowledge, but also develop important skills such as problem-solving, analysis, communication and decision-making. These skills are in demand in many professional contexts and improve employability.
  • Management skills: A Business Studies degree with a concentration in Finance prepares students for management positions. They learn how to manage companies effectively, which is crucial when working in senior financial positions.
  • Better understanding of the economy: Business Studies students majoring in Finance understand not only the internal operations of companies, but also the economy as a whole. This holistic understanding is useful for making financial decisions in a broader economic context.

Overall, a Business Studies degree with a concentration in Finance provides a broader foundation and opens up a wide range of career opportunities. It allows students to gain in-depth financial knowledge while maintaining flexibility and understanding of the overall business environment. This can help them succeed in the ever-changing economy.

Business Studies at MBS

Munich Business School not only offers you Business Studies, but also focuses on international business so that you can pursue your chosen profession anywhere in the world after graduation. The Bachelor International Business at MBS offers many highlights such as semesters abroad, internships, business projects, plenty of opportunities for networking and much more. At Munich Business School, you can expect small study groups, dedicated teachers and award-winning programs. But even more importantly, we value you as a person. Here, you are not an anonymous member, but the driving force that motivates us every morning. As a small, private university, we take time for your concerns and offer you a tailor-made study experience. Our lecturers have extensive practical experience and teach you skills that really count. In addition to sound business knowledge, we also promote values and skills that will give you an understanding of sustainability and social responsibility as a future financial economist and prepare you optimally for a wide range of professions.

Benefits of the Munich Business School

MBS offers students a number of advantages that are made possible by the structure of a private University of Applied Sciences. You will benefit from this during your studies at MBS:

Learn from Experts

Professors with Experience in Business & Specialists as Guest Lecturers

Individual Support

Small Class Sizes & Support through e.g. Master Top-up-Program

Double Education

Finance and Management

Becoming a Generalist & Specialist at the same time

Broad Business Studies & specialized Knowledge through focal points

International Future Prospects

Topics from all over the world & many Networking Opportunities

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Procedure and Completion of a Degree in Finance

The process and degree of a finance degree program can vary depending on the country and educational institution. In general, the process and degrees are as follows:

  • Thesis: At the end of their studies, students often have to write a thesis in which they research a financial topic and present their findings.


  • Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Finance
  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Finance or Business Studies with a focus on Finance
  • Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Finance
  • Master of Arts (M.A.) in Finance or Business Studies with a focus on Finance
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a focus on Finance

The Bachelor International Business with a focus on Finance at MBS

The International Business Bachelor program at MBS is not only much more than just learning specialist knowledge, but also a forward-looking program. If you want to look at international business management in a holistic context, then you've come to the right place. Our lecturers will support you during your Bachelor of Arts in International Business to become a responsible business person who not only has professional competence, but also essential soft skills, a broad cultural understanding and a strong personality. We firmly believe that success will only be achieved by those who see international business and management in a holistic context, taking into account social developments, political, historical and global contexts.

Our Bachelor in International Business is characterized by its compact structure. It comprises six to seven semesters of study and concludes with a Bachelor's thesis. During your studies, you will complete at least three internships both in Germany and abroad and spend one or two semesters abroad to put your theoretical knowledge into practice and expand your international network.

You can complete this study program either bilingually in the Bilingual Track (70% German/30% English) or completely in English in the English Track (100% English) to prepare you for global challenges.

International Focus

The studies at MBS focus on the international market. A large part of the course content is taught in English and MBS students come from all over the world.

Semester Abroad

Internationality is also expressed through the semester abroad. Students spend the last semester at one of our more than 60 partner universities around the world.

Business Project

Students work on a business project for a real company. In doing so, they apply the theoretical knowledge gained during their studies in practical applications.

Overview of all elective Specializations in the Bachelor International Business

The following diagram shows all the specializations you can choose in the Bachelor International Business program at Munich Business School. This includes Finance, which is called International Finance.

The Focus: International Finance

The financial market has international ramifications. In this context, companies and financial institutions are looking for competent specialists who have comprehensive knowledge in the areas of controlling, corporate finance and asset management and can apply this knowledge in an international context. The main objective of this specialization is to introduce students to the methods and tools of international finance in the 21st century. This includes aspects such as value-oriented investment assessments, financing decisions, international trade finance and the assessment of risks in a global environment.

What career prospects does this choice of specialization open up?

The knowledge acquired in the field of financial valuation and strategic financial management opens up excellent career opportunities, both in companies and in valuation and investment companies as well as in the financial industry:

  • Taking on management positions in the finance department of an international company
  • Responsible positions in investment banks, commercial banks or the insurance industry
  • Independent work as a financial and investment consultant
  • Responsible activities in investment funds
  • Consulting activities at management consultancies as well as auditing and tax consulting firms
  • Management tasks in state supervisory authorities in the financial market or in industry associations

If you have any further questions or need more information, you are welcome to contact our student advisory service.

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Studienberater MBS: Christine Heber, M.A.
Program Advisor, Bachelor International Business Christine Heber, M.A. +49 (0)89 547678-272
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MBS is introducing a new Master's degree program in 2024 that will allow you to dive even deeper into the world of finance: Master International Business | Finance


In order to qualify for admission to the business administration and bachelor studies at Munich Business School, you must first meet certain requirements regarding previous schooling and language skills. MBS offers several application rounds and recommends that you submit your application early as the number of places is limited.

Admission Requirements

Academic and vocational education

There are three admission pathways to the Bachelor’s program at Munich Business School:

  1. A school-leaving qualification that allows you to access university-level study in Bavaria, e.g. Abitur, Fachhochschulreife, Matura, IB Diploma or certain other international school-leaving qualifications.
    Did you know? You can apply early by submitting your three most recent school report cards. If your application is successful, you simply need to provide your school-leaving certificate before the start of your course. This means you don’t have to wait to receive your school-leaving certificate before applying.
  2. Completing a vocational training program in Germany and
    a) passing a mastership examination (Meisterprüfung) or equivalent vocational training examination OR
    b) completing a course of study at a technical college (Fachschule) or technical academy (Fachakademie).
    If you fulfill either of these criteria, you meet the general admission criteria for university-level study – subject to a consultation meeting at your chosen institution before the start of your studies.
  3. Successfully completing at least a two-year (commercial) vocational training program in Germany before working full-time in that field for at least three years. You can demonstrate your suitability for your chosen studies by passing the regular examinations for the first two semesters. You will then be granted special admission to the university for your chosen subject.

Munich Business School also offers a Pre-Bachelor program in International Business as the ideal preparation for bachelor’s-level study.

Language Requirements Bilingual Track (70% German/30% English)

English Proficiency

Applicants for the Bilingual Track must proof their English language skills by passing one of the following language tests:

  • TOEFL 85/IBT (MBS TOEFL Institution Code: 5772)
  • IELTS 6.5-Academic Module
  • Duolingo Overall Score 115
  • Cambridge B2 First min. Grade B
  • Pearson PTE Academic Overall Score 56
  • ELS English for Academic Purposes: Advanced Level 112

Note: If the test is also used to apply for a visa, please check the requirements of the respective embassy in advance.

Test results can only be accepted if achieved within the last two years. If you are unable to obtain your test results before handing in your MBS application, please advise us of your planned test date.

The English proficiency test can be waived by applicants having completed their schooling in English (i.e. US High School Diploma, IB Diploma).

Language Requirements English Track (100% English)

English Proficiency

If you apply for the English Track, you must proof your English language skills by passing one of the following language tests:

  • TOEFL 85/IBT (MBS TOEFL Institution Code: 5772)
  • IELTS 6.5-Academic Module
  • Duolingo Overall Score 115
  • Cambridge B2 First min. Grade B
  • Pearson PTE Academic Overall Score 56
  • ELS English for Academic Purposes: Advanced Level 112

Note: If the test is also used to apply for a visa, please check the requirements of the respective embassy in advance.

Test results can only be accepted if achieved within the last two years. If you are unable to obtain your test results before handing in your MBS application, please advise us of your planned test date.

The English proficiency test can be waived by applicants having completed their schooling in English (i.e. US High School Diploma, IB Diploma).

Transfer to MBS

You would like to change university and continue your studies at Munich Business School? We offer Bachelor students the possibility of a transfer to the 2nd or 3rd semester. Previous knowledge in the fields of business administration and management, business law, accounting, mathematics and economics is required. Equivalent study and examination achievements, which have been acquired in an economics program in the basic studies, are counted towards the first two semesters of the bachelor's program at MBS up to a total of 60 ECTS.

Pre-Check of your academic achievements

For a non-binding pre-check of your academic achievements, please submit your curriculum vitae, an official grade confirmation as well as the official module descriptions of the courses you have already completed (with details on ECTS number per course, learning content, number of hours, type of final achievement and learning outcomes). The administrative fee for the Pre-Check is 60 euros. In case of a subsequent application to MBS, the application fee is waived.

Admission requirements

  • Complete application
  • Above-average study and examination results with at least a grade of 2.5
  • Proof of 30 ECTS (lateral entry into the 2nd semester) or 60 ECTS (lateral entry into the 3rd semester)
  • Recognition of achievements from previous business studies at a state-recognized university in Germany or abroad
  • Proof of English language proficiency with TOEFL, IELTS or 100% English Schooling
  • Proof of advanced knowledge in a 2nd foreign language depending on the choice of International Focus (Spanish, French, Arabic, Chinese, Russian, German as a foreign language)
  • Proof of internships (only for lateral entry into the 3rd semester)
  • Document of good academic standing from Examination Office of previous university
  • Successful participation in the interview

Application deadlines for transfer students

  • November 30 for entry into the spring term (February)
  • June 30 for entry into the fall term (September)

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our student advisory service.

Application Process

Written Application

Application Documents

  • Authenticated copy of school leaving certificate, alternatively last 3 school reports
  • Letter of Motivation
  • Resume and photo
  • Proof of English language skills B2 (TOEFL, IELTS, Duolingo, Cambridge, ELS 112) by the start of studies at the latest
  • When applying for a scholarship: personal statement (1 page)

Online Application

To apply online, click here.

Application Fee

Please transfer the application fee of 60 Euro to: 

Munich Business School GmbH
Account 1020132229
Deutsche Kreditbank (Bank Code 120 300 00)
IBAN: DE23120300001020132229

or via PayPal:

Application Rounds

Upon receipt of the application fee, the Admission Office checks your documents and invites you to a personal interview. You will receive your feedback within three days. Since the number of study places is limited, we recommend an early application. Your application is possible up to one year in advance. You will then submit your school leaving certificate and proof of English language skills by the start of your studies at the latest.


MBS offers partial scholarships to committed prospective students. In order to apply for one of the limited scholarships, please submit a personal statement with your application for a study place. In this statement you convincingly justify your interest in the scholarship program. You can find further information at Scholarships and Financing.

Application Rounds and Personal Interview

MBS offers application rounds on a monthly basis. You pick one round for your application.

The next application deadlines for a program start in 2024/2025:

Round May: Application deadline May 15 with personal interviews in May/June

Round June: Application deadline June 15 with personal interviews in June/July.

Round July: Application deadline July 15 with personal interviews in July/August.

Round October: Application deadline October 15 with personal interviews in October/November.

Round November: Application deadline November 15 with personal interviews in November/December.

Round December: Application deadline December 15 with personal interviews in December/January.

The personal interview (approx. 45 minutes) consists of three parts:

  • Your study motivation
  • Short presentation and discussion
  • Your personal questions

Your Study Contract

You will receive the results of the interview within one week. If you are accepted, the Admission Office will send you your personal study contract. The place of study is then reserved for three weeks. To secure your place of study, you return your signed contract to MBS by e-mail or mail and make a deposit.

Upon acceptance of the study place, you will be required to pay an enrollment fee of 690 Euro (for international students: 1,490 Euro) and a deposit of 1,990 Euro. The latter is offset against the payment installment of your semester fee.

Your Student Visa

If you are a Non-EU national, you are required to apply for a student visa in order to start your studies in Germany. To obtain a visa invitation letter from Munich Business School, please take the following steps:

1. Hand in your signed study contract and a copy of your passport details page.

2. Transfer the one-time enrollment fee and the deposit of 1,990 Euro. The deposit will be deducted from the first semester tuition installment.

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Munich Business School offers attractive scholarships. These are 10 - 50% for the 1st and 2nd Bachelor semester. The application for one of the scholarships is made together with the application for a study place. Further information can be found under "Scholarships and financing".

The program is also aimed at pre-bachelor students.

Field Report of a Bachelor International Business Alumni

Balanced ★★★★★

"Subjects with hard skills and soft skills are appropriately balanced, there are important courses such as finance but equally important courses such as agile management or resilience management. Depending on your focus, you can dive deep into different areas."

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Finance Salary

Salaries in finance can vary greatly depending on factors such as location, company size, work experience and qualifications. Here are some rough averages for salaries in the finance industry in Germany:

  1. Starting salary: Graduates with a Bachelor's degree in Finance can expect a starting salary of around 40,000 to 50,000 euros per year.
  2. Professional experience: Salaries generally rise with increasing professional experience. Financial experts with several years of experience can earn annual salaries of 60,000 to 80,000 euros or more.
  3. Position and specialization: Salaries can vary depending on position and specialization. For example, fund managers, investment bankers and financial analysts usually earn more than financial advisors or financial controllers.
  4. Location: Salary also depends on location. In large cities such as Frankfurt, where the financial sector is particularly strong, salaries tend to be higher than in rural areas.
  5. Further training: Further training and additional qualifications, such as an MBA or certification as a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), can improve earning potential.
  6. Company size: Larger companies often pay higher salaries than smaller ones. International corporations often offer more competitive salaries.

It is important to note that these are general averages and that there is considerable variation in the finance industry. Salaries can vary greatly from case to case and individual negotiations are common. To obtain accurate information, it is advisable to contact company sources or professional associations in the financial industry.

The Munich Business School in Numbers

Number of Students

International Partner Universities

Founded Startups

57 %
International Students

Career Opportunities after Studying Finance

There are a variety of professions and career opportunities in the field of finance. The following list is not exhaustive, and there are many other specializations and career fields in finance. Depending on your apprenticeship and experience, you can work in finance in both the public and private sectors. Here are some examples:

Financial Analysts Financial analysts analyze financial data, prepare reports and make recommendations for investment or financial planning.
Investment Banker Investment bankers help companies with mergers and acquisitions, raising capital and other financial transactions.
Fund Manager Fund managers manage investment funds and make decisions about buying and selling assets to generate returns for investors.
Financial Advisor Financial advisors provide personalized financial advice and help clients plan for their long-term financial goals.
Corporate Financier Corporate financiers help companies raise capital, whether through loans, bonds or equity.
Risk Manager Risk managers identify, assess and minimize financial risks for companies. This is particularly important in volatile sectors such as the insurance industry.
Controller Controllers are responsible for financial planning and control in companies to ensure that financial targets are met.
Portfolio Manager Portfolio managers monitor and manage investment portfolios, whether for private clients or institutional investors.
Tax Advisor Tax advisors help companies and individuals with tax planning and optimization.
Securities Analyst Securities analysts evaluate stocks, bonds and other financial instruments and make recommendations to investors.
Financial Auditor Financial auditors examine the financial reports of companies and organizations to ensure that they comply with legal requirements.
Financial Planner Financial planners assist individuals with long-term financial planning, including retirement and wealth accumulation.

3 Examples of Careers in Finance

The following professions are interesting because they offer in-depth insights into the world of finance and the opportunity to have a direct influence on financial decisions. They require analytical skills, strategic thinking and the ability to succeed in an ever-changing market environment. Here are three careers in finance and a brief introduction to their roles and why they may be of interest:

Fund Manager

Tasks: Fund managers are responsible for managing investment funds. They make decisions about buying and selling shares, bonds and other assets in order to generate returns for investors. This requires in-depth analysis of markets and companies.

Why it's interesting: The fund management profession offers the opportunity to work with large assets and have a significant impact on investor returns. It is a challenging and dynamic career that offers a close connection to the global financial world.

Securities Analyst

Tasks: Securities analysts evaluate shares, bonds and other financial instruments. They carry out market analyses and company valuations in order to make investment recommendations to investors.

Why it's interesting: As a securities analyst, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of stock markets and financial valuation. You help to support investors in their investment decisions and influence the market through your recommendations.


After an MBS Bachelor's or Master's degree, you can also take up all these professions abroad without any problems.


How long does it take to study Finance?

The duration of a degree course in finance varies depending on the type of course and the country in which you are studying. In Germany, a Bachelor's degree in Finance usually lasts six semesters, which corresponds to three years. After completing your Bachelor's degree, you have the option of studying for a Master's degree in Finance, which usually takes a further two to four semesters. Overall, an undergraduate degree in finance can therefore take between three and five years. However, it is important to note that the duration of study can vary depending on the country and educational institution. In some countries, Bachelor's degree programs are shorter or longer, and there are also different study models such as dual study programs or part-time study programs, which may have different time frames.

What are the tasks of the Finance Department?

Finance has several key responsibilities, including raising capital, financial planning and management, investment decisions, risk management, accounting and reporting, liquidity management, asset valuation, tax optimization, and compliance and regulation. These tasks are crucial to ensure the financial stability and long-term growth of a company.

Which degree program for Financial Economist / Finance Manager?

As a prospective financial manager, a degree in finance and accounting, such as a Bachelor in Business Administration with a focus on finance or a Bachelor in Finance, is suitable.

For prospective Finance Managers, degree programs in Financial Management, such as a Bachelor in Financial Management, Finance and Investment or Finance and Controlling, are suitable options. In addition, a Master's degree in Financial Management or a similar field can broaden your career prospects as a Finance Manager.

You can pursue both professions conveniently and on an international level through the International Business degree program at MBS, in the Bachelor's and Master's with corresponding specializations. Munich Business School will also be offering the new Master International Business | Finance program from 2024.

What do you do in Financial Management Studies?

Financial Management Studies provide students with knowledge and skills in dealing with financial resources in companies. This includes analyzing financial markets, investment decisions, risk management, accounting, financial reporting and strategic financial planning. Students learn how to optimize corporate finances, develop investment strategies and maintain the financial health of a company. Financial Management Studies prepares students for positions in finance, such as Finance Manager, Investment Analyst or Controller. More finance-related careers in the text above.

Is it difficult to study Finance?

The difficulty of studying to become a financial economist can vary depending on individual abilities, previous experience and personal commitment. It requires a solid foundation in finance and accounting as well as analytical skills. With sufficient commitment and interest, the course is achievable, but it can be demanding. Support from lecturers and fellow students as well as continuous learning are key to success.

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