MBA Finance | Executive Master in Finance (MiF)

Admission requirements


Bachelor’s or master’s degree from a recognized university. Master’s degree from a university of applied sciences. Participants with a Bachelor’s degree from a university of applied sciences who have attended the Tilburg University pre-master’s program (available online).

English language skills
English language skills which allow students to study successfully, i.e. either previous bachelor’s or master’s degree studies in the English language (in AUS, NZ, IRL, UK or USA), current TOEFL score (Test of English as a Foreign Language, paper version: min. 575 points, online version min. 90 points), or IELTS results (International English Language Testing System, min. 6.5 points). The admissions board may make a positive decision on the basis of another form of evidence of sufficient English language skills.


You will find the digital application form under the keyword ‘application’ at Send your application documents together with the application form to

Faculty of Business and Economics
MBA Finance | Executive Master in Finance
Bettina Greiner
Postfach | 4002 Basel

Please enclose with your application:

  • Your curriculum vitae (CV)
  • A short cover letter outlining the main aspects of your career in recent years and your goals for the future.
  • Copies of important certificates and references (training and education, recent roles).
  • Your expectations for taking part in the program.


In principle, applications are assessed on a first-come, first-served basis. The course directors reserve the right to make their selection with the aim of achieving a balanced blend of students.

The course directors shall decide on admissions. If you are accepted, subject to the availability of places, you will be made a binding offer with a contract. Once the contract has been returned, your place on the course will be confirmed.

Course fees

The course fees are CHF 39,500. This includes the costs of the programme, examinations, module resources, reading materials and coffee breaks.