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Finance, International Investment and Accounting, full-time, first cycle programme (in English) (S1-PRK-FIIA)

(in Polish: Finance, International Investment and Accounting, stacjonarne, pierwszego stopnia (w języku angielskim))
first cycle programme
full-time, 3-year studies
Language: English

Finance and International Investment is a Math-oriented programme which aims at equipping students with professional knowledge about economics mechanisms and the instruments of international financial markets. Students learn how to manage modern financial engineering instruments of multinational corporations. Also, they acquire knowledge of the foreign exchange risk management techniques and are provided with knowledge about optimization, corporate finance and international relations, especially these associated with investing in foreign assets. The program provides students with skills that enable them to prepare state-of-the-art analyses of the market value of enterprises and financial statements in accordance with accounting standards. Graduates will possess highly marketable qualifications of modern analytical methods and tools underpinned by broad social knowledge. Also, they will gain expertise in financial markets, international financial management, monetary policy, banking, insurance and accounting.

Career perspectives:

Banking

  • Strategist
  • AML Operations Analyst (Anti-MOney Laundering)

Finance

  • Investment Analyst
  • Risk Analyst
  • Finance Analyst
  • Auditor
  • Finance Business Partnering
  • Auditor
  • Trading Specialist

Consulting

  • Tax Specialist
  • Transactions Specialist
  • European Finance Specialist

Qualification awarded:

Bachelor’s degree in Finance, International Investment and Accounting

Access to further studies:

second cycle programme

Learning outcomes

The graduate of this specialization:
- has advanced knowledge in the field of operational research, statistical and econometric methods necessary to conduct quantitative analysis of economic, financial, and managerial problems;
- has knowledge of micro and macroeconomic theory needed to model socio-economic processes;
- understands the functioning of the economy, markets, and market institutions with particular emphasis on the broadly understood financial aspects, investing, and accounting in an international perspective;
- knows the capital and insurance market models as well as modern financial instruments and methods of financial instruments valuation;
- has knowledge of risk assessment, application of accounting principles and standards;
- has advanced knowledge of mathematics, including mathematical analysis and linear algebra;
- has knowledge of the protection of intellectual property, copyright, and industrial property law;
- can use micro and macroeconomic theory to model socio-economic processes and present arguments during a scientific debate on these processes;
- can evaluate enterprises and assess the economic and financial situation of economic entities, including those on international markets;
- can use accounting, investment, and insurance knowledge during the implementation of strategic and operational activities in banks, enterprises, including international ones, and in public institutions;
- can use knowledge in the field of operational research, statistical and econometric methods, together with the ability to use advanced information and communication techniques, including analytical software STATA, Excel, Maxima to carry out a quantitative analysis of economic and financial problems;
- can create reports and present effectively the results of independent analyses, also in a foreign language at least at B1 level; can present the principles and limitations of these analyses and discuss them; plans and organizes their own and teamwork, interact with other people as part of teamwork; knows how to identify professional problems in the workplace, and use their competences to solve them;
- can use knowledge of mathematics to carry out a quantitative analysis of economic and financial problems;
- can independently plan and implement their own learning throughout their life;
- is prepared to think and act in an entrepreneurial manner;
- is prepared to follow professional ethical standards; and
- is prepared to participate in the preparation of business projects for financial institutions and entities operating on foreign markets.

Admission procedures:

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