Department of Finance and Accounting guarantees two undergraduate (bachelor) and one master (graduate) study majors. The curricula of the majors correspond with modern trends in Finance, Banking, Accounting and Tax Policy and reflect specific requirements of employers and labour market. In classes, we emphasise an ability to collect, select and analyse professional information and data in a creative way, and an ability to form an opinion on professional issues. We also practice presentation skills of the students. This website contains profiles of graduates of all the majors guaranteed by the Department.

BACHELOR STUDIES

Economic policy and administration

Banking

A graduate who has completed the bachelor degree in Banking gains elementary theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of banking, insurance, monetary policy and other disciplines of contemporary financial theory and practice. The emphasis is put on modern methods of management in banking, respecting of legal acts and ethics, active knowledge of English and information technologies. The skills gained allow the graduate to apply them in practice in a professional manner. A graduate is able to obtain and interpret information and data about development in banking sector in accordance with contemporary financial theory. A graduate is also able to report information to general public, formulate tasks and contribute to their solving. A graduate usually works for banks and other financial institutions at middle and lower management positions. Moreover, a graduate finds a job in financial divisions and departments of domestic as well as multinational enterprises. All the knowledge and skills gained qualify the graduate to continue with studies at graduate level.

 

MASTER STUDIES

Economic policy and administration

Banking

A graduate who has completed the master degree in Banking extends the knowledge and practical skills gained in undergraduate studies mainly in the field of banking sector, monetary policy, functioning of domestic and international financial systems as well as trading in international financial markets. A graduate is able to communicate effectively in English and use modern software applications to make quantitative analyses leading to solutions of various problems of financial and economic reality. A graduate is also able to discuss all the problems, formulate conclusions and recommendations. A graduate usually finds a job in management and operations positions in banks, investment funds, insurance companies, advisory agencies and other financial institutions. A graduate is also competent to work at financial, controlling or audit departments in domestic and multinational enterprises. All the knowledge and skills gained qualify graduates to study in Ph.D. programmes in Economics or Finance.

 

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