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Department of Finance and Banking

Prof. Dr. Martin Ruckes

 

Post address:

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Department of Finance and Banking (Prof. Ruckes)

Kaiserstr. 12

76131 Karlsruhe, Germany

 

Office address:

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Department of Finance and Banking (Prof. Ruckes)

Building 09.21, 2nd floor

Bluecherstr. 17

76185 Karlsruhe, Germany

 

Phone: +49 721 608 43427

E-mail: corpfinQyu6∂fbv kit edu

Career service and jobwall

Job offerings at the Department of Finance and Banking as well as exclusive job offerings from special business partners can be found via our career service and jobwall.

Website Campus B
CAMPUS_B

The offical website of the Campus Bluecherstr. (Building 09.21) can be reached via the following link: http://campus-b.wiwi.kit.edu/index.php

Teaching and Education

Course offerings at the Department of Finance and Banking

Winter term:

  • Asset Management (Bachelor)
  • Financial Accounting for Global Firms (Bachelor)
  • Financial Intermediation (Bachelor, Master)
  • Business Models of Banks (Bachelor)
  • Valuation (Master)
  • Seminar in Finance (Master, Prof. Ruckes)

 

Summer term:

  • Exchanges (Bachelor, Master)
  • Corporate Financial Policy (Master)
  • Financial Analysis
  • Financial Management
  • Seminar in Finance (Bachelor, Prof. Ruckes)

We refer to our German website for an overview of this semester's course offerings.

 

Bachelor and Master thesis

Furthermore, the Department of Finance and Banking offers the possibility for Bachelor and Master thesis four times every year. Deadlines for applications are January 31st, April 30th, July 31st, and October 31st.

For recent Bachelor and Master thesis offerings, we refer to our German website: "Bachelor- & Masterarbeiten".

Please note that the website can only be accessed within the KIT network and might therefore require to login via the VPN-Client if you are located outside the KIT network.

 

Seminars

The Department of Finance and Banking offers on an alternating basis seminars for Bachelor and Master students. Bachelor seminars are held in the summer term while Master seminars take place during the winter term.

An overview of topics of past seminars can be found here.

 

Overview (German)