MAS Wealth Management


You will acquire a specialist education in comprehensive financial consulting. The program provides in-depth practical knowledge of the following areas: finance, wealth management, pension planning, and law. This MAS program is aimed at professionals and managers in the financial sector.

At a glance

Qualification: Master of Advanced Studies ZFH in Wealth Management (60 ECTS)

Start: on request

Duration: The program takes a total of 1,500 hours to complete

Costs: CHF 42,000.00 / € 39,000.00

Comment on costs:
The tuition fee is due in one lump sum payment at the start of the program.

Campus Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai/China and Campus ZHAW School of Management and Law, Winterthur/Switzerland.

Language of instruction: English
The teaching materials will be issued in English or in Chinese (with an English translation)

Introduction MAS Wealth Management

Objectives and content

Target audience

The MAS program is mainly aimed at participants from the following sectors and fields:


A qualified wealth manager meets the following profile:


The MAS program has a modular structure. It comprises the following four elements (blocks):

Integration and practical application of the knowledge acquired in the program is ensured by means of small projects (papers) in each of the four blocks as well as a Master’s thesis.


The MAS program is characterized by methodological diversity. Methods include interactive instruction, lectures, exercises, case studies, work on practical case examples, and e-learning. In addition, great emphasis is placed on continuous reflection of the core issues of professional, academic, and career counselling and the related understanding of one’s role.


Weekly lectures/classroom sessions in Shanghai on two evenings as well as Saturday and Sunday, plus one three-week intensive course in Winterthur.

Enquiries and contact


Offered in cooperation with

Jiaotong University Shanghai – Overseas Education College



Information for applicants

Applications will be considered on a first-come-first-served basis.

General terms and conditions


Starting dates and application

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