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Finance

The Programme

Faculty

 Master's Director

Javier Santibáñez

“The severe economic crisis that we are experiencing cannot be explained without the obvious excesses committed in the field of finance. Finance became particularly fashionable, but not in the positive sense of the word.

However, finance, the markets that are mentioned so frequently, are neither good or bad, but are only what participants make of them. Without any doubt, more stringent legislation and control mechanisms that worked properly would have helped to avoid some of the current ills. And greater self-control by economic agents would also have been appreciated.

At the University of Deusto we think that things can be changed, and that finance can and should contribute to improving the current situation. And this change can only be based on three essential aspects: knowledge, work and a personal and professional approach that puts people before money. Companies should, obviously, create value, and in order to do so, they need profits: it is their duty; but it should not be achieved at any price.
We know what we are talking about.

The University of Deusto Faculty of Economics and Business Administration was founded in 1916. It was the first business school in Spain.
Nearly a hundred years later, thousands of undergraduates and postgraduates have studied with us and are particularly appreciated on the market for the reasons mentioned above.

In the following pages we encourage you to learn more about the Master’s degree programme in Finance that we have designed to face the new educational panorama resulting from the Bologna Declaration. It combines the study of theoretical approaches, from classical to modern, their practical application solving real cases, doing simulation exercises and internships. The programme covers all areas of modern finance, and intends to prepare students to assume positions of responsibility in the field of finance in a short period of time. For this purpose, we have a team of experts with a wide range of experience both in the professional and education fields.

Overcoming the present crisis is not going to be easy and will only be possible with the will to change and the conviction that this change can be achieved. If you think that a different kind of finance is necessary and possible; if you feel able to make the effort to learn more about the instruments, markets and agents which would make the change a reality; and all of this from a critical point of view which gives people priority over things, this programme will be a good fit for you.”

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Javi Santibañez

Javier Santibáñez

“The severe economic crisis that we are experiencing cannot be explained without the obvious excesses committed in the field of finance. Finance became particularly fashionable, but not in the positive sense of the word.

However, finance, the markets that are mentioned so frequently, are neither good or bad, but are only what participants make of them. Without any doubt, more stringent legislation and control mechanisms that worked properly would have helped to avoid some of the current ills. And greater self-control by economic agents would also have been appreciated.

At the University of Deusto we think that things can be changed, and that finance can and should contribute to improving the current situation. And this change can only be based on three essential aspects: knowledge, work and a personal and professional approach that puts people before money. Companies should, obviously, create value, and in order to do so, they need profits: it is their duty; but it should not be achieved at any price.
We know what we are talking about.

The University of Deusto Faculty of Economics and Business Administration was founded in 1916. It was the first business school in Spain.
Nearly a hundred years later, thousands of undergraduates and postgraduates have studied with us and are particularly appreciated on the market for the reasons mentioned above.

In the following pages we encourage you to learn more about the Master’s degree programme in Finance that we have designed to face the new educational panorama resulting from the Bologna Declaration. It combines the study of theoretical approaches, from classical to modern, their practical application solving real cases, doing simulation exercises and internships. The programme covers all areas of modern finance, and intends to prepare students to assume positions of responsibility in the field of finance in a short period of time. For this purpose, we have a team of experts with a wide range of experience both in the professional and education fields.

Overcoming the present crisis is not going to be easy and will only be possible with the will to change and the conviction that this change can be achieved. If you think that a different kind of finance is necessary and possible; if you feel able to make the effort to learn more about the instruments, markets and agents which would make the change a reality; and all of this from a critical point of view which gives people priority over things, this programme will be a good fit for you.”

Javier Santibáñez, Programme Director, Master's degree in Finance

 

Staff of the programme

Name and first name:
Ane Molinuevo

Contact:
Email: muf.bilbao@deusto.es
Telephone number: +34 944 139 040

Faculty

 

 

The Programme

Faculty

 Master's Director

Javier Santibáñez

“The severe economic crisis that we are experiencing cannot be explained without the obvious excesses committed in the field of finance. Finance became particularly fashionable, but not in the positive sense of the word.

However, finance, the markets that are mentioned so frequently, are neither good or bad, but are only what participants make of them. Without any doubt, more stringent legislation and control mechanisms that worked properly would have helped to avoid some of the current ills. And greater self-control by economic agents would also have been appreciated.

At the University of Deusto we think that things can be changed, and that finance can and should contribute to improving the current situation. And this change can only be based on three essential aspects: knowledge, work and a personal and professional approach that puts people before money. Companies should, obviously, create value, and in order to do so, they need profits: it is their duty; but it should not be achieved at any price.
We know what we are talking about.

The University of Deusto Faculty of Economics and Business Administration was founded in 1916. It was the first business school in Spain.
Nearly a hundred years later, thousands of undergraduates and postgraduates have studied with us and are particularly appreciated on the market for the reasons mentioned above.

In the following pages we encourage you to learn more about the Master’s degree programme in Finance that we have designed to face the new educational panorama resulting from the Bologna Declaration. It combines the study of theoretical approaches, from classical to modern, their practical application solving real cases, doing simulation exercises and internships. The programme covers all areas of modern finance, and intends to prepare students to assume positions of responsibility in the field of finance in a short period of time. For this purpose, we have a team of experts with a wide range of experience both in the professional and education fields.

Overcoming the present crisis is not going to be easy and will only be possible with the will to change and the conviction that this change can be achieved. If you think that a different kind of finance is necessary and possible; if you feel able to make the effort to learn more about the instruments, markets and agents which would make the change a reality; and all of this from a critical point of view which gives people priority over things, this programme will be a good fit for you.”

Logo de la Universidad de Deusto

Javi Santibañez

Javier Santibáñez

“The severe economic crisis that we are experiencing cannot be explained without the obvious excesses committed in the field of finance. Finance became particularly fashionable, but not in the positive sense of the word.

However, finance, the markets that are mentioned so frequently, are neither good or bad, but are only what participants make of them. Without any doubt, more stringent legislation and control mechanisms that worked properly would have helped to avoid some of the current ills. And greater self-control by economic agents would also have been appreciated.

At the University of Deusto we think that things can be changed, and that finance can and should contribute to improving the current situation. And this change can only be based on three essential aspects: knowledge, work and a personal and professional approach that puts people before money. Companies should, obviously, create value, and in order to do so, they need profits: it is their duty; but it should not be achieved at any price.
We know what we are talking about.

The University of Deusto Faculty of Economics and Business Administration was founded in 1916. It was the first business school in Spain.
Nearly a hundred years later, thousands of undergraduates and postgraduates have studied with us and are particularly appreciated on the market for the reasons mentioned above.

In the following pages we encourage you to learn more about the Master’s degree programme in Finance that we have designed to face the new educational panorama resulting from the Bologna Declaration. It combines the study of theoretical approaches, from classical to modern, their practical application solving real cases, doing simulation exercises and internships. The programme covers all areas of modern finance, and intends to prepare students to assume positions of responsibility in the field of finance in a short period of time. For this purpose, we have a team of experts with a wide range of experience both in the professional and education fields.

Overcoming the present crisis is not going to be easy and will only be possible with the will to change and the conviction that this change can be achieved. If you think that a different kind of finance is necessary and possible; if you feel able to make the effort to learn more about the instruments, markets and agents which would make the change a reality; and all of this from a critical point of view which gives people priority over things, this programme will be a good fit for you.”

Javier Santibáñez, Programme Director, Master's degree in Finance

 

Staff of the programme

Name and first name:
Ane Molinuevo

Contact:
Email: muf.bilbao@deusto.es
Telephone number: +34 944 139 040

Faculty