University of Economics in Katowice logo
  • Tuition Fee:
  • Local: $ 1.76k / one year
  • Foreign: $ 8.99k / one year
  • Languages of instruction:
  • English
  • Deadline:
  • 1 七月 2016

    The programme has been designed for students who want to:

    • discover the world of finance,
    • get an insight into the decision-making processes for companies’ financing and investments,
    • learn to analyse, develop and present the data on the company’s financial and economic standing,
    • learn to include the crucial factors for efficient financial management,
    • find out the role of accounting and its importance,
    • refine their English skills.

    semester 1

    CORE

    • Business Ethics (15 hours/2ECTS)
    • Economics (73 hours/8ECTS)
    • Communication & Presentation Skills (45 hours/4ECTS)
    • Business Management (30 hours/4ECTS)
    • Quantitative Methods for Finance & Accounting (73 hours/8ECTS)
    • Business Foreign Language I (30 hours/2ECTS)
    • Business Foreign Language II (30 hours/2ECTS)
    • Physical Education (30 hours/0ECTS)

    semester 2

    CORE

    • Principles of Finance (73 hours/6ECTS)
    • Accounting for Business (58 hours/6ECTS)
    • Business Statistics (58 hours/6ECTS)
    • Business Law (58 hours/6ECTS)
    • Business Foreign Language I (30 hours/2ECTS)
    • Business Foreign Language II (30 hours/2ECTS)
    • Physical Education (30 hours/2ECTS)

    semester 3

    CORE

    • Financial Institutions (73 hours/6ECTS)
    • Finance for Public Sector (45 hours/5ECTS)
    • Financial Accounting (73 hours/7ECTS)
    • Intellectual Property Protection Law (15 hours/2ECTS)
    • Econometric Models & Forecasting (58 hours/6ECTS)
    • Business Foreign Language I (30 hours/2ECTS)
    • Business Foreign Language II (30 hours/2ECTS)

    semester 4

    CORE

    • Corporate Finance (58 hours/5ECTS)
    • Financial Reporting & Analysis (73 hours/7ECTS)
    • Capital Budgeting & Project Appraisal (45 hours/4ECTS)
    • Competitive Strategies in Business (45 hours/4ECTS)
    • Business Foreign Language I (30 hours/2ECTS)
    • Business Foreign Language II (30 hours/2ECTS)
    • Seminar (9 hours/3ECTS)

    Electives

    • E-Finance (15 hours/3ECTS)
    • Fixed-income Portfolio Management (15 hours/3ECTS)

    semester 5

    CORE

    • Global Finance (28 hours/3ECTS)
    • Methods of Financial Market Analysis (58 hours/5ECTS)
    • Tax Planning (60 hours/4ECTS)
    • ICT for Finance & Accounting (45 hours/4ECTS)
    • Financing Decisions & Equity Capital Market (45 hours/4ECTS)
    • Seminar (15 hours/4ECTS)

    Electives

    • EU Funds - Accounting & Financial Reporting Issues (15 hours/3ECTS)
    • Innovations in Corporate Finance (15 hours/3ECTS)
    • Investor's Behaviour in Financial Markets (15 hours/3ECTS)
    • Setting up a Business (15 hours/3ECTS)

    semester 6

    CORE

    • Risk Analysis & Modeling using Excel & VBA (30 hours/4ECTS)
    • Financial Management in Terms of CSR Concept (45 hours/4ECTS)
    • Risk Management (60 hours/4ECTS)
    • Financial Modelling in Business Decision Making (45 hours/3ECTS)
    • Seminar (15 hours/4ECTS)

    Electives

    • Innovative Investments Methods (15 hours/3ECTS)
    • Personal Skills Development (15 hours/3ECTS)
    • Portfolio Management with Excel & VBA (15 hours/3ECTS)
    • Valuing Start-up & Young Companies (15 hours/3ECTS)

    program_requirements

    Entry requirements:

    • nationals of the Member States of the European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein, and members of their families
    • holders of a valid Polish Charter (Karta Polaka)
    • holders of a document (other than a visa) permitting them to stay in Poland
    • other foreigners

    If you have a secondary school certificate that was not issued in Poland, you can:

    • enter the admission procedure applicable to Polish nationals; upon successful admission you will have the right to study according to the same rules that apply to Polish students (subject to the same fees) but you will not be entitled to a maintenance grant, special grant for disabled persons and assistance grants. You will, however, have the right to apply for the Rector's grant for outstanding students

    OR

    • apply for admission on the basis of the Rector's decision (without undergoing the admission procedure) and study subject to the fees that apply to foreigners, with no right to apply for any University grants. Check the entry requirements applicable to foreigners

    If you have a secondary school certificate that was issued in Poland, you must enter the admission procedure applicable to Polish nationals.

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