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Finance, Investments and Accounting, part-time, second cycle (NW2-FIR)

(in Polish: Finanse, Inwestycje i Rachunkowość, niestacjonarne (wieczorowe), drugiego stopnia)
second cycle programme
full-time, 2-year studies
Language: Polish
No description for the programme.

Qualification awarded:

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

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 how monetary and fiscal policies affect economic growth and financial markets;
 Skills of econometric modeling and forecasting time series using the analytical tools like STATA, SPSS, Excel, Maxima;
 Ability to apply technical analysis and to make portfolio investment decisions;
 Knowledge of accounting principles and standards that can be faced during analysis of economic or financial companies;
 Ability to provide detailed cost effectiveness analysis of a company and business units;
 Ability to summarize information and get correct conclusions and skills of planning for medium and large business units;
 Ability to calculate financial and operational risks in financial institutions (in particular banks);
 Ability to use marketing tools in the process of banking and creating marketing plans;
 Communication skills, developed during the study process, to create reports and present results (both in Polish and English);
 Developed planning skills, good organization during creation process of various projects individually or in groups; opportunity to get acquainted with quick self-education and be able to raise qualification awarded;
 Understanding and knowledge of behavior rules in accordance with professional ethical standards.

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: 19
Number of ECTS credits from courses of a practical nature: 47
Number of ECTS credits from classes that should be chosen by a student: 54

Course structure diagram:

Abbreviations used in tables:
lect - Lecture
cl - Class
kons - Consultation
kon - Seminar
e - Examination
g - Grading
Second year, field of study - finance, investments and accountingECTSlectclkonskonexam
Modelling of Financial Markets530g
Financial Law430g
Financial Risk43030e
Market Analysis Workshops430g

Admission procedures:

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