Your bridge to the financial world

The Finance Club of the University of Zurich is one of the leading student initiatives in the field of finance in Switzerland. In cooperation with distinguished companies and institutions, the Finance Club gives students the opportunity to gain specific insights into various financial sectors. It thereby builds an important bridge between the academic and working world of one of the biggest European Financial Centres.



We started building the bridge between academia and industry.


Community members now, and growing every semester!


Students participated

in our BBL last semester

on average.


We organize events

for you!

Become Part of the Finance Club Team

The Finance Club has found itself in a state of continuous improvement and growth over the past years. In order to continue our success story, we are looking for YOU! We are currently in need of multiple ambassadors who want to start their Finance Club journey in the coming fall semester.


Case Study with Citi Group

Join us for an introduction to Investment Banking at Citi, including a on-site case study and networking session to hear more about working at Citi and their opportunities. You will also be able to meet and talk with current Citi Zurich employees who can share their experiences and advice.


Win an iPad Air!

Welcome to the University! To kick off your studies in style, the Finance Club gives you an opportunity to win an iPad Air!

To take part in this contest just click on the button below and follow the instructions. We wish you good luck!


Latest News

Take part in our annual contest and win an iPad Air here!

We wish all of you a good start into the new semester!

About the Finance Club


«The University of Zurich, a leading educational institution that promotes exceptional young talent, greatly contributes to Zurich’s appeal as a business centre. It is the long-standing partnership with the Finance Club and its events that enable me to convince myself of this time and time again. A great pleasure, as always!»

Martin Scholl, Former CEO Zürcher Kantonalbank