Study Finance in Norway

Study Finance in Norway

Studying Finance

Finance degrees teach students about management of funds, usually money, and studies all the stages of acquiring and allocating resources which are needed for capital investments. The main aim of finance is learning how to use all the assets in order to optimize financial resources toward the objectives of an organization or individual.

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Studying in Norway

The UN consistently ranks Norway as having the highest standard of living in the world based largely on average levels of education and income, combined with expected length of lifetime.

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4 Finance Master's degrees in Norway

M.Sc. Master's in Finance

You can tailor the programme to suit your own interests and choose to specialise in areas ranging from corporate finance, investment management or quantitative finance to ensure in-depth knowledge and skills vital for a chosen career path.

M.Sc. Business Administration, Specialisation in Financial Economics

This Business Administration, Specialisation in Financial Economics specialisation course at the University of Agder offers in-depth studies of how the market functions in relation to business financing and ownership (corporate finance), and the relationship between financial markets, the market economy and the governments use of markets in the practise of economic policy (macroeconomics).

M.Sc. Business

This programme gives you a strong analytical and strategic business education. You have the opportunity to specialise in many business related areas and to tailor your Master to your qualifications and aspirations.

Master of Science (MSc) programmes
M.Sc. Finance

The Finance department at BI are ranked among top ten in Europe. Learn from the best and achieve a highly recognised degree.

Master of Science (MSc) programmes