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Finance, Investments and Accounting, full time, second cycle (in English) (S2-FIR-ANG)

(in Polish: Finanse, inwestycje i rachunkowość (Finance, Investments and Accounting), stacjonarne, drugiego stopnia (w jęz. angielskim))
second cycle programme
full-time, 2-year studies
Language: English
No description for the programme.

ECTS Coordinators:

Qualification awarded:

Master’s degree in Finance, Investments and Accounting, specialty – Quantitative Finance

Access to further studies:

doctoral school, non-degree postgraduate education

Learning outcomes

Knowledge, skills and abilities that will be achieved by graduated students:
 Knowledge of financial phenomena extended to economic fundamentals and ability to present and evaluate their rigorous analysis;
 Ability to manage risk and model it using quantitative methods, as well as to manage a portfolio of assets in changing market conditions;
 Ability to efficiently navigate the complex world of derivatives pricing models; ability to evaluate and assess various investment risks that could be associated with them;
 Ability to develop and optimize investment system which is based on signals that are generated automatically; to implement such a system in practice; manage with risks that are associated with such a system;
 Through the help of programming skills (C + +, R CRAN) and knowledge of statistical and econometric methods, various model solutions can be used and implemented in practice;
 Knowledge and understanding of the purpose, context and the importance of ethical standards and legal regulations in the financial markets;
 Analytical knowledge of the latest developments and trends in the global financial literature;
 Efficient use of the English language skills in risk management, investment processes and in quantitative tools;
 Preparation to work on analytical or executive positions in financial sector in home country or any foreign countries;
 Preparation for implementation of independent research and analysis.

Time study presented in ECTS credits and number of semesters: 120 ECTS, four semesters
Number of ECTS credits per classes that are based on basic science fields of studies: 35
Number of ECTS credits from courses of a practical nature: 49
Number of ECTS credits from classes that should be chosen by a student: 36

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Admission procedures:

Visit the following page for details on admission procedures: https://irk.oferta.uw.edu.pl/