- Degree type
- Master in FInance and Accounting
- Language of education
- 24 months
- Tuition fee EU/EEA
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- Tuition fee Non EU/EEA
- Please enquire
- Education type
- Start of program
- Application deadline
- Type of institution
- University of Applied Sciences
The Joint Master in Finance and Accounting for Common Europe is an innovative, two-year programme supported by the European Union.
Introduction to Joint Master in Finance and Accounting
The Joint Master in Finance and Accounting for Common Europe is an innovative, two-year program supported by the European Union. The Master in Finance and Accounting for Common Europe program provides you with an understanding of how financial decisions in Europe can affect firm value. A financial approach towards managerial decision making, taking into account behavioral aspects, describing and analyzing problems of choice and providing executives with the background and tools for financial analysis, in indispensable.
The Finance and Accounting curriculum consists of seven compulsory courses, one elective course per term, personal development per term, research projects and final thesis, in total 120 ECTS. This design was adopted to create a combination of knowledge, skills and attitude that all professionals in the business field must have in order to operate successfully. The program consists of five terms. Four terms will be offered in the partner universities in order to create a Common European feeling and enhance international experience .
The time schedule is as follows:
- First term at University of Matej Bel in Banska Bystrica mid September to mid December
- Second term at University of Economics in Prague mid January to end of March
- Third term at Rotterdam Business School in Rotterdam mid April to end of June
- Fourth term at University of Ljubljana end of September to mid December
- Fifth term at the home universities January to end of March
Finance and Accounting graduates perform successfully in fields as: translating external developments to internal business processes, providing support for decisions on critical financial issues, analyzing financial performance of an organization and its business-units, implementing up-to-date costing systems and allocating decision rights, developing a conceptual framework for providing financial information to investors and other stakeholders.
Language requirementsIELTS overall band: 6, TOEFL paper based: 550, TOEFL computer based: 213, TOEFL internet based: 80
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