Financial Economics

Situated at the crossroads between Economics and Finance, this programme is dedicated to aspiring leaders in the financial industry. Programme graduates are able to apply methods of mathematical statistics and econometric models to the analysis of corporate finance, portfolio management, financial markets and institutions, financial engineering across local and international, public and private institutions.


higher salary compared to graduates from other LT universities

Government strategic analysis center, Economics, Finance, Business and Management fields, 2015-2018


average salary after tax, 2 years after graduation

ISM alumni survey, 2019


Master graduates would recommend  studies


graduates work in their degree field


lecturers from abroad

1 in 4

owns a business

Admission – until 12th of August

ISM alumni work at these national and international companies

General information

Study duration

1.5 years + Master thesis

Teaching time

Business days 5:45 – 9:00 PM

Learning language


MSc in Economics

Double degree programme

Study duration

1 year

Teaching method

During your second years of studies you can study at a partnering university

Partnering university


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The core of the program consists of graduates of such famous higher education institutions as Oxford and Harvard universities, as well as world-renowned Lithuanian economics and political specialists.

Jamelia Harris
DPhil candidate
University of Oxford

Tom Hashimoto
DPhil candidate
University of Oxford

Ana Jolovič
Consultant and trader

Nerijus Mačiulis
Chief economist
Swedbank Lithuania

Bogdan Stacescu
BI Norwegian Business School

David Wheat
University of Bergen

Tuition fees

Semester fee

2475 €

Semester fee for ISM graduates

1733 €

Semester fee for employees ISM social partners

2104 €

Semester fee for the best applicants

1733 €

Financial support

One-time scholarships to high achievers

Covering 30% of tuition fee

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