Master in Finance and Information Management
Own Finance & Information in the Digital Era
The Department of Mathematics and the School of Management of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) offer jointly with the University of Bayreuth the Master in Finance and Information Management (FIM). The TUM School of Management is in charge. The Master's program is particularly exciting for mathematics students who wish to specialize in Quantitative Finance. Apply by 31 May!
On 25th April 2022 at 16:00, a virtual info session for the FIM program takes place where you will get exciting insights from our professors, current students, alumni, and business partners. Please register for the virtual info session.
FIM – Study Contents
This master's program offers you the chance to study the unique combination of finance and information management, which enables you to develop your own ideas and connects you with businesses, non-profit organizations, and start-up capital.
You will learn how to push current finance and digital technologies forward, and how to handle big data while integrating technology and entrepreneurship. Workshops and hands-on projects with our large network of business partner are also a crucial part of FIM. An international and attractive study atmosphere with small classes and, individual and private mentoring creates the best possible support for you.
A wide range of courses guarantees an excellent academic and professional education. This multifaceted approach prepares you for a unique, interdisciplinary career in responsible and challenging positions.
Who can apply?
The Master in Finance & Information Management (FIM) is designed for excellent and outstanding talents, who completed a bachelor’s degree in Economics or Social Sciences, Industrial Engineering, Information Systems, Computer Science, Mathematics including Financial and Business Mathematics, Statistics or related study fields.
All information about the Master in Finance & Information Management you can also find at the Website of the TUM School of Management. You are also welcome to contact our FIM Program Coordinator at the Chair of Mathematical Finance, Dr. Markus Wahl, or the FIM Program Manager, Charlotte Bayer.