Duisenberg school of finance integrates into honours programme of UvA/VU

Duisenberg school of finance (DSF) will integrate its education programme with the honours programme of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) and VU University Amsterdam (VU) by 1 September 2015.

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Become an expert in Impact Investment

According to a report by Royal Bank of Canada Wealth Management, more than 60% of global high net worth individuals (HNWI’s) see driving social impact with their investments as “extremely or very important”.

Creating positive environmental and social impact all while generating financial return is an investment trend that is only becoming stronger. Investment professionals – whether in microfinance, SME Finance,  healthcare, housing/real estate, or social entrepreneurship – need to be up to date on the tools of impact investing  to successfully consult their clients.

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Duisenberg school of finance: Creating research impact

Since 2008, we have been committed to shaping a sustainable financial industry that creates economic and societal value by advancing new thinking through research and promoting constructive dialogue between core stakeholders. We recognize that establishing partnerships and creating communities of leaders in finance are essential.

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masters in finance

50+
nationalities

masters in finance

35
students
per programme
specialisation

masters in finance

4,3
out of 5
student satisfaction

masters in finance

341
Alumni
graduates
since 2009

masters in finance

90%
Average placement
rate 3 months after
graduation

masters in finance

Tripled
Number of industry
partners since start
of school

Potential students get a glimpse into finance world

Future students attend the “Winter Course”, where ABN AMRO offered an insiders look into the industry faculty lectured on sustainability and the fragility of the banking industry.

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