The master's programme in Banking and Finance consists of compulsory and elective modules. Compulsory modules include Research Methods and Models in Banking and Finance, Principles of Financial Economics and Financial Intermediation, Financial Analysis, Banking and Financial Institutions Management, Corporate Finance and Corporate Risk Management, Principles of Empirical Finance, and the defence of the master thesis. From the three elective modules Current Topics in Banking and Finance, Risk Management, and Market (In)Efficiency two must be studied. Students have to choose one elective module from Ethics in Organisations, Gender, Work and Organisation, Econometrics, Game Theory, Business Taxation and Management Strategies, Corporate Communication and Governance, and Auditing. At the end of the degree programme students have to write a master's thesis.