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Finance

Who is the Master’s aimed at?

Student´s opinion

Daniel Martín

"During my undergraduate studies, I was interested in many different branches of economics. But during my last year I chose subjects more closely related to the area of finance because I thought this branch would give me the most personal and professional opportunities in a near future.

I chose the University of Deusto because of recommendations and because of its prestige. One of the main points in favour of this Master's degree is that the subjects are taught both in English and Spanish.

I thought it would be a good chance to learn economic terminology in English and improve my knowledge of the language. I hope to join a company in the financial sector after I finish my Master’s degree."

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Daniel Martín

Daniel Martín

"During my undergraduate studies, I was interested in many different branches of economics. But during my last year I chose subjects more closely related to the area of finance because I thought this branch would give me the most personal and professional opportunities in a near future.

I chose the University of Deusto because of recommendations and because of its prestige. One of the main points in favour of this Master's degree is that the subjects are taught both in English and Spanish.

I thought it would be a good chance to learn economic terminology in English and improve my knowledge of the language. I hope to join a company in the financial sector after I finish my Master’s degree."

Daniel Martín, Valladolid

 

 

Tatyana Kalashnikova

 

"This master’s is a good decision for those who feel themselves strong enough to study a Finance Program in 6 months (Oct.-March) and to graduate in one year.

This challenging program consists of classes and then at least 3 months of internship. It is a good opportunity to study finance as a bilingual course. The master‘s is aimed to provide candidates with the knowledge of markets, give basics of portfolio management and understand the influence of macro- and micro-events on the market movements. Moreover, the master’s graduates may try their hand as finance analysts as far as the master’s has got a range of corporate finance subjects.

A day at MUF according to the schedule and a number of works would resemble to the real labour day at your future work, a good opportunity to feel real working hours for those who hasn’t got previous job experience."

 

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Tatyana Kalashnikova

Tatyana Kalashnikova

 

"This master’s is a good decision for those who feel themselves strong enough to study a Finance Program in 6 months (Oct.-March) and to graduate in one year.

This challenging program consists of classes and then at least 3 months of internship. It is a good opportunity to study finance as a bilingual course. The master‘s is aimed to provide candidates with the knowledge of markets, give basics of portfolio management and understand the influence of macro- and micro-events on the market movements. Moreover, the master’s graduates may try their hand as finance analysts as far as the master’s has got a range of corporate finance subjects.

A day at MUF according to the schedule and a number of works would resemble to the real labour day at your future work, a good opportunity to feel real working hours for those who hasn’t got previous job experience."

 

Tatyana Kalashnikova, Bielorrusia

 

Borja Ortiz de Zarate

"If I had to describe this Master’s degree in one word, it would be demanding. We have classes almost every day, and we cover a lot of material, which means that you have to be 100% focused to be able to take it all in.

Sometimes we talk with our lecturers about the state of today’s economy and we hear their opinions and points of view. Professionals from the following firms have lectured so far: Fineco, BBVA, Norbolsa, Iberdrola and Atitland. Some University of Deusto alumni who work in Banco Sabadell also came to give us a presentation.

We usually have team assignments for every subject, which helps us improve our planning and group management skills. In the subject Variable Income we created a simulated share portfolio in Eurostoxx50 taking into account the daily results and data. We could say that we work on group dynamics and case study presentations for almost every lecturer on a weekly basis."
 

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Borja Ortiz de Zarate

Borja Ortiz de Zarate

"If I had to describe this Master’s degree in one word, it would be demanding. We have classes almost every day, and we cover a lot of material, which means that you have to be 100% focused to be able to take it all in.

Sometimes we talk with our lecturers about the state of today’s economy and we hear their opinions and points of view. Professionals from the following firms have lectured so far: Fineco, BBVA, Norbolsa, Iberdrola and Atitland. Some University of Deusto alumni who work in Banco Sabadell also came to give us a presentation.

We usually have team assignments for every subject, which helps us improve our planning and group management skills. In the subject Variable Income we created a simulated share portfolio in Eurostoxx50 taking into account the daily results and data. We could say that we work on group dynamics and case study presentations for almost every lecturer on a weekly basis."
 

Borja Ortiz de Zarate, Vitoria-Gazteiz

 

 

 

 

Who is the Master’s aimed at?

Student´s opinion

Daniel Martín

"During my undergraduate studies, I was interested in many different branches of economics. But during my last year I chose subjects more closely related to the area of finance because I thought this branch would give me the most personal and professional opportunities in a near future.

I chose the University of Deusto because of recommendations and because of its prestige. One of the main points in favour of this Master's degree is that the subjects are taught both in English and Spanish.

I thought it would be a good chance to learn economic terminology in English and improve my knowledge of the language. I hope to join a company in the financial sector after I finish my Master’s degree."

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Daniel Martín

Daniel Martín

"During my undergraduate studies, I was interested in many different branches of economics. But during my last year I chose subjects more closely related to the area of finance because I thought this branch would give me the most personal and professional opportunities in a near future.

I chose the University of Deusto because of recommendations and because of its prestige. One of the main points in favour of this Master's degree is that the subjects are taught both in English and Spanish.

I thought it would be a good chance to learn economic terminology in English and improve my knowledge of the language. I hope to join a company in the financial sector after I finish my Master’s degree."

Daniel Martín, Valladolid

 

 

Tatyana Kalashnikova

 

"This master’s is a good decision for those who feel themselves strong enough to study a Finance Program in 6 months (Oct.-March) and to graduate in one year.

This challenging program consists of classes and then at least 3 months of internship. It is a good opportunity to study finance as a bilingual course. The master‘s is aimed to provide candidates with the knowledge of markets, give basics of portfolio management and understand the influence of macro- and micro-events on the market movements. Moreover, the master’s graduates may try their hand as finance analysts as far as the master’s has got a range of corporate finance subjects.

A day at MUF according to the schedule and a number of works would resemble to the real labour day at your future work, a good opportunity to feel real working hours for those who hasn’t got previous job experience."

 

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Tatyana Kalashnikova

Tatyana Kalashnikova

 

"This master’s is a good decision for those who feel themselves strong enough to study a Finance Program in 6 months (Oct.-March) and to graduate in one year.

This challenging program consists of classes and then at least 3 months of internship. It is a good opportunity to study finance as a bilingual course. The master‘s is aimed to provide candidates with the knowledge of markets, give basics of portfolio management and understand the influence of macro- and micro-events on the market movements. Moreover, the master’s graduates may try their hand as finance analysts as far as the master’s has got a range of corporate finance subjects.

A day at MUF according to the schedule and a number of works would resemble to the real labour day at your future work, a good opportunity to feel real working hours for those who hasn’t got previous job experience."

 

Tatyana Kalashnikova, Bielorrusia

 

Borja Ortiz de Zarate

"If I had to describe this Master’s degree in one word, it would be demanding. We have classes almost every day, and we cover a lot of material, which means that you have to be 100% focused to be able to take it all in.

Sometimes we talk with our lecturers about the state of today’s economy and we hear their opinions and points of view. Professionals from the following firms have lectured so far: Fineco, BBVA, Norbolsa, Iberdrola and Atitland. Some University of Deusto alumni who work in Banco Sabadell also came to give us a presentation.

We usually have team assignments for every subject, which helps us improve our planning and group management skills. In the subject Variable Income we created a simulated share portfolio in Eurostoxx50 taking into account the daily results and data. We could say that we work on group dynamics and case study presentations for almost every lecturer on a weekly basis."
 

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Borja Ortiz de Zarate

Borja Ortiz de Zarate

"If I had to describe this Master’s degree in one word, it would be demanding. We have classes almost every day, and we cover a lot of material, which means that you have to be 100% focused to be able to take it all in.

Sometimes we talk with our lecturers about the state of today’s economy and we hear their opinions and points of view. Professionals from the following firms have lectured so far: Fineco, BBVA, Norbolsa, Iberdrola and Atitland. Some University of Deusto alumni who work in Banco Sabadell also came to give us a presentation.

We usually have team assignments for every subject, which helps us improve our planning and group management skills. In the subject Variable Income we created a simulated share portfolio in Eurostoxx50 taking into account the daily results and data. We could say that we work on group dynamics and case study presentations for almost every lecturer on a weekly basis."
 

Borja Ortiz de Zarate, Vitoria-Gazteiz