Students at our partner universities have the opportunity to certify as a Cash Market Exchange Trader (in German only) and Derivatives Trader. These qualifications are widely accepted in the financial industry.
Educational institutions | Universities
The Chair of Business Administration, in particular E-Finance at the Department of Economics at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, deals with current issues of electronic financial services. Within the framework of this study, students will be prepared for the Certified Cash Market Trader exam.
HTW Berlin is the largest university of applied sciences in Berlin. The Department of Business Mathematics, at HTW Berlin prepares students for the Certified Derivatives Trader exam.
The University of Leipzig was founded in 1409 and is one of the German U15, the fifteen universities in Germany with a rich tradition, medical leadership, and strong research capabilities, with a comprehensive range of subjects. The Faculty of Economics prepares its students with classes in the fields of financing, banking and insurance as well as risk management for the examinations to become a Certified Cash Market Trader and a Certified Derivatives Trader.
The Institute for Capital Market Research and Finance at Ludwig Maximilian University conducts research and teaching in the fields of capital markets and asset pricing, as well as investment and financing decisions at firm level. As part of this programme, students will get prepared for the Certified Derivatives Trader exam.
With over 10,000 students, Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences is one of the largest and most competitive German institutions in this field. The Department of Economics supports students in preparing for the examinations to become a Certified Cash Market Trader and a Certified Derivatives Trader.
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The School of International Finance (SIF) is home to all finance-related degree programs at the Nürtingen-Geislingen University of Applied Sciences (HfWU). It combines research and teaching and offers preparation classes for the Certified Derivatives Trader exam as part of that program.
The Chair of Financial Mathematics at the Technical University of Munich pursues the goal of linking topics such as the modeling of financial markets, the valuation of financial products, and risk management to current topics from practice. Students have the option to sign up for additional classes that will make them eligible to take the Certified Derivatives Trader examination.
The Chair of Business Administration, especially Financial Services and Financial Technology at the University of Bremen investigates issues related to crowd investing and crowd lending, robo advice and social trading, blockchain technology and the processing of personal data in the financial market context. Students taking the "Financial Derivatives and Options" course, will be eligible to take the Certified Derivatives Trader exam.
The international Master's programme in Banking and Finance (MBF) at the University of St. Gallen is one of the world's top 6 Master's programmes in Finance according to the Financial Times ranking; in the German-speaking world, the programme has been leading for eight years. Students who have successfully taken the "Financial Markets" and "Derivatives" courses offered by the MBF, automatically qualify for the Certified Derivatives Trader exam.