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University of Economics in Katowice Master in Finance and Accounting for Business
University of Economics in Katowice

Master in Finance and Accounting for Business

Katowice, Poland

2 Years

English

Full time

30 Jun 2024

Oct 2024

PLN 7,500 / per semester *

On-Campus

* non-EU students: 5000 PLN per semester | Polish, holders of Polish Card, EU students and others: 1300 PLN per semester

Introduction

Finance and Accounting for Business is a full-time Master’s degree program delivered in English. The aim of the specialization is to transfer in-depth knowledge, skills, and competencies in the field of finance and accounting supporting business activity in an international environment.

The specialization aims in particular to provide practical aspects of contemporary international finance and business processes and problems. The program includes a 1-month compulsory internship in a Polish or foreign company during the last semester.

FAB allows you to improve your English language skills, which will undoubtedly strengthen your position in the domestic and international labor market. Modern teaching techniques and close contact with the lecturers will allow you to expand your knowledge of finance with an international aspect in a friendly atmosphere.

Program structure

The studies are aimed at acquiring knowledge and competencies by the students in the areas of:

  • strategic financial management;
  • financial risk management;
  • international finance;
  • financial reporting and auditing from an international perspective;
  • strategic management and international marketing;
  • international human resources management;
  • corporate tax management;
  • legal basis for the functioning of enterprises on the international market;
  • IT tools necessary for effective analysis of financial data;
  • methodology of conducting economic and financial analyzes.

Lecturers

The teaching methods are in general oriented towards the inclusion of students into the didactic process. The methods most widely used are especially the following: case studies, group discussions, team building exercises, group work, and student presentations. The active lectures using multimedia – as more classical teaching methods – are also the obvious choice for some teaching in chosen subjects. Teachers aim to facilitate students’ activities, which suit the philosophy of graduate learning. The problem-based teaching and studying approach challenge students to develop the ability to think critically.

The teaching staff has domestic and international scientific achievements (implemented research projects, participation in international conferences, publications in the English language) and high didactic competencies (teaching abroad, cooperation with foreign universities). Some of the teachers have also practical experience in the business and financial sectors.

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