The Master's program in Financial Economics trains specialists who aim to work in the financial institutions' treasury, risk management and research fields, which can predict the possible effects of economic developments on financial markets, establish financial models, solve them with analytical and numerical methods, and evaluate the results. This program offers a curriculum that will facilitate the understanding of both the financial markets and the interaction between these markets and other components of the economy. It is aimed to provide graduates with alternative paradigms and solutions that can combine theory and the market through courses, practices, and projects to be provided by a staff that has both strong academic standing and years of experience in financial markets.
The above-mentioned graduate program are open to all successful undergraduate graduates, regardless of the program they graduated from, with a GPA greater than 2.5/4.0.
A wide range of business opportunities for graduate graduates. Thanks to the economic expertise and skills, they have gained, and with the help of increased market analysis knowledge and the perspective, they have gained against global problems. They have wide employment opportunities in both public, private and international organizations namely, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the United Nations (UNOPS, UNDP, etc.), the World Trade Organization, European Union institutions and organizations, multinational corporations and consultancy firms among others. In addition, our students often work in their various countries government offices, the Central Bank, the commercial banks, the Treasury, the stock exchange, and non-governmental organizations.