September or February
EU/EAA: € 2,530
Non-EU/EAA: € 16,000
Maastricht – Tapijn Campus
Are you interested in the link between finance and modern business? Are you curious about the specific financial issues facing start-ups as well as large multinationals? Do you want to know how financial decisions are made by corporate managers and what effect managerial behaviour can have on a company, its performance and finances? Then the specialisation in Strategic Corporate Finance could be right for you. The specialisation is part of the master’s programme in International Business and is for students interested in understanding the strategic corporate finance involved in international business.
The programme covers essential finance topics such as corporate and entrepreneurial finance, governance, and risk management, examines the interaction between companies and financial markets, and introduces you to financial research methods. In today’s global economy, where finance and business are inextricably linked, studying strategic corporate finance will make you an asset to almost any organisation.
It’s been said that if you want to get to the root of any issue, follow the money. With the skills to tackle a wide range of financial problems from a strategic business perspective, the Finance specialisation will place you in high demand internationally in a range of sectors after graduation. Your ability to understand financial processes and decision-making while maintaining a strategic overview will make you an important asset at the senior level of any organisation, including multinational corporations, consultancy firms, financial institutions and regulatory bodies.
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“Studying Corporate Finance at the SBE on one hand enabled me to acquire important hard skills for my later career. On the other hand, and even more importantly, the studies facilitated my personal development and provided soft skills, which are crucial in today’s constantly changing work environment.“
Anna Schleifer, 2018