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Prospective students

  • Students with a non-Swiss degree

    Applications are reviewed by the admissions committee. If accepted, students can start directly or following successful completion of a one-year 60 ECTS pre-programme based on their background.

    • Application deadline: 30 April 2018
    • Beginning of the MScF programme: 18 September 2018

    For students subjected to the 60 ECTS pre-programme:

    • Beginning of the pre-programme: 18 September 2018
    • Beginning of the MScF programme: September 2019
  • Students with a bachelor degree from Swiss universities

    Students with a bachelor degree in business, economics, math or engineering from Swiss universities are directly admitted.

    • Application deadline: 30 April 2018
    • Beginning of the programme: 18 September 2018
  • Students with a bachelor degree in business from Swiss universities of applied sciences

    Students with a bachelor degree in business from Swiss universities of applied sciences (Fachhochschule, HES or HEG) are admitted  following successful completion of a 30 ECTS pre-programme.

    • Application deadline: 31 December 2017
    • Beginning of the pre-programme: 18 February 2018
    • Beginning of the MScF programme: 18 September 2018

    30 ECTS pre-programme courses (subject to modification):

    • Consolidation (in English)
    • Empirical methods for economists (in English)
    • International Finance (in English)
    • International Financial Reporting Standards (in English)
    • Mathématiques appliquées 2 (in French)
    • Principes de finance (in French)

    For non-French speakers, it is possible to take similar courses in other Swiss universities, subject to approval of the Director of the Master in Finance programme.

Administration fees

A fee of CHF 100.-- is charged for an application made on the basis of a foreign diploma. This amount is deducted from the first semester tuition fees for students admitted to the UniNE.

Visa

For students needing a visa we recommend to apply before March 2017.

Language recommendation

The programme is entirely in English, therefore a good command of the language is required, i.e. IELTS score 5.5 or more.

Tuition fees

Because our university is State sponsored, tuitions fees in 2017 are kept at very low levels compared with international standards. They amount to CHF 515 per semester for Swiss residents and CHF 790 per semester for non-Swiss residents.

Application online or by mail

  • Application online: currently not possible
  • Application by mail: application form

 

Additional documents to enclose:

  • Motivation letter (highly recommended)
  • TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, IELTS scores (not mandatory)
  • Recommendation letter (not mandatory)
  • For Chinese candidates: please include the National College Entrance Exam Score

Only completed files will be considered

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