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

(in Polish: Finanse, Inwestycje i Rachunkowość, stacjonarne, 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

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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
kint - E-learning course
c - Pass/fail
e - Examination
g - Grading
First year in finance, investments and accountingECTSlectclkonskonkintexam
Workplace health and safety0.54c
English in Economics and Finance - English Language Course , level C111.560 or 30g
Economic and Financial Analysis330g
Financial Markets430e
Financial Reporting Standardsg
Financial Manager Workshops430g
International Finance63030e
Managerial Accounting330g
Advanced Econometrics63030e
Advanced Macroeconomics266030e
Advanced Microeconomics3660e
Intelectual Property Protection40.56c
Second year, field of study - finance, investments and accountingECTSlectclkonskonkintexam
Modelling of Financial Markets530g
Financial Law430g
European Union's Financial Policyg
Financial Risk43030e
Market Analysis Workshops430g
Second year, specialty – Public Finance and TaxesECTSlectclkonskonkintexam
Cost-benefit analysis430g
Fiscal policy analysese
Public Choice i Public Governancee
Tax accounting IIe
Management accountingg
Public debt managementg

Admission procedures:

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