MA Financial Economics

A study track for outstanding students

An MA that combines Economics and Finance

This track is for outstanding graduates of the Economics Department or PPE (PAKAM) who satisfy the admission requirements for the MA program in Economics.


The goal of the program

The program is a Master’s degree that combines studies in economics with a specialization in finance. This track is geared towards outstanding students with a background in economics. The application process includes selection by the academic director of the program.

Advantages of the program

  • Learning in small groups with high quality instructors
  • Intensive and individualized courses taught by guest lecturers from leading universities around the world
  • Gaining both analytical research tools, and extensive familiarity with today’s financial sector

Our alumni

Graduates of the program hold senior positions in the public sector, at the Bank of Israel, and the private sector. Some have continued to doctoral programs at leading universities such as Harvard and Yale, while others are senior researchers both in Israel and abroad.

Who is the program geared toward?

The program is geared toward outstanding graduates with Bachelor’s degrees in economics or PPE (PAKAM).

What will you learn?

The program includes a combination of graduate studies in the Economics Department with advanced finance courses in the Business School. 

Head of the program

Prof. Yishay Yafeh