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News 2024

Update February 21st, 2024

A new examination regulation will be published for the MMF as of the winter term 2024. There will be minor changes to the program, which apply to new students of the intake 2024:

1. Professor Haliassos and Professor Trabandt (Department Money and Macro) are the new directors of the MMF program.

2. The program is relabeled to "Money, Macro and Finance". The acronym MMF remains.

3.  The focus module "Money" is relabeled to "Monetary Economics and Macroeconomics".

4. Students must complete two seminars in "Finance" and two Seminars in "Monetary Economics and Macroeconomics" (formerly only one each). The compulsory Fundamental Courses of the first semester are reduced to four (formerly five).

We will publish the new examination regulation soon. We will also introduce the new MMF structure in our Info Session in March (see below).

Update February 21st, 2024

We will offer an informal and virtual Info Session for new applicants on March 19th, 2024, 10:00 a.m. CET/MEZ. Please find the Zoom Link here shortly before the meeting starts.

Update December 11th, 2023

Please note that the application criteria have changed. We have uploaded an updated version of our checklist for applicants 2024. Please find it here or under "Application and Admission". The application system opens on April 1st, 2024.

If you have any questions, please contact us at: mmf.office[at]hof.uni-frankfurt[dot]de

About the Degree Program

The Master’s Program in Money and Finance (MMF) is an innovative joint venture of the Department of Money and Macroeconomics and of the Department of Finance, both located in the new House of Finance. The program offers promising students from all over the world an intellectually stimulating and challenging setting in which to prepare for their professional careers in central banking, commercial banking, insurance and other financial services. By being located in Frankfurt, one of the world's leading financial centers and the only city in the world with two central banks (the ECB and the German Bundesbank), it offers unique opportunities for interaction with practitioners. Knowledge of German is not required for admission to or for the completion of the program as it is exclusively taught in English. It has been designed with the vision of establishing itself both as a leading Master’s program integrating studies in monetary economics, macroeconomics and finance and as a major gateway to high-profile jobs in the banking and financial sector.

If you are a promising candidate committed to a successful career, we hope that the information on this web site will encourage you to apply to MMF, take advantage of what it offers, and contribute to making it a stimulating and effective program for students and faculty alike.

Read more about our concept and vision.

Also, hear what MMF students think about the master's program.

Program at a Glance
Regular duration4 semesters (2 years)
Maximum duration8 semesters (4 years)
Credits required 120 ECTS credits
Startwinter semester (mid-october)
Degree titleMaster of Science (M.Sc.)
Application periodApril 1 - May 15
Number of Places40, limited admission
Obligatory courses5
Tuition feesnone (only semester fee, approx. 370€ / semester)

We preferably welcome students with a bachelor degree in the area of Economics, Finance, or in some related field.

Applications are open from April, 1 to May, 15.

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