Degree number of credits: 120

Compulsory credits: 60

Elective credits: 30

Final project: 30

Degree code: 2081

Years: 2

Teaching type: face-to-face

Knowledge branch: Social and legal science

Master degree website:

Places available for new students: 30

Minimum number of enrolment credits per student: 36

Price per credit
[2023-2024 academic year]:
29,39 €

Management Centre: Faculty of Economics

Languages used in class: Spanish

Participating Universities: University of Valencia, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Complutense University of Madrid and Basque Country University.

Academic Coordinating Committee: Hipólit Torró i Enguix (Director)
Juan Fernández de Guevara Radoselovics
María Desamparados Nagore García
Angel Pardo Tornero
Pilar Soriano Felipe
Mª José Rico Carrascosa (PAS)


Given the fact that this master’s degree is shared among several universities; therefore, it is necessary to note that:

•  The first year is taught at University of Valencia (if the year is odd) or the University of the Basque Country (in even years)

•  The second year is taught at the Universidad Complutense Madrid

Academic, scientific or professional interest: The Master’s is addressed to university graduates, preferably in Economics, Business Administration and Management, Actuarial and Financial Sciences, Sciences (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, etc.), Computing Sciences, engineers and architects with a strong education background in quantitative methods. The main objective of the Master’s is to train experts capable of making assessment works, of management and advising in the field of finances. Specifically: -Will develop their activity using intensively, advanced quantitative and computing techniques, which will allow them to take complex decisions optimally. -Will know the functioning of the financial system, the different alternatives of allocation resources, asset appraisal and risk management and its articulation in the general context of economy. Particularly, they have to be capable of identifying and anticipating the economic and financial problems relevant in any given situation, to discuss the alternatives which facilitate its resolution and select the most appropriated for the objectives and to assess the results produced. They have to be capable of carrying out research projects with the objective, if they wished it and meet the requirements, of accessing a doctoral degree using the research potential of a large group of professors involved in the inter-university programme.

PhD programme linked to this Master’s programme: Quantitative Finance and Economy

Pre-enrolment information: Student Information Service

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