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MScFinancial Management

Tuition fee €4,700.00 per semester
Deposit €900.00 one-time

There is a one-time non-refundable registration fee of EUR 900 for non-EU citizens. This is paid to the university bank account before arrival to Hungary together with the 1st year tuition fee.

Overview

MSc in Financial Management (ranked N°90 in Financial Markets, Worldwide by Eduniversal Master Ranking) is suitable for those intending to develop their careers in finance, broadly defined as corporate finance, security analysis, portfolio management, treasury management, the functioning of financial institutions and markets, and financial decision-making in the public or not-for-profit sectors. For those already working in finance, the programme will enhance their effectiveness by covering the latest developments in the field, encouraging them to question traditional techniques and take an analytical approach to problem-solving.

Programme structure

Accounting for decision making, financial reports and statements, financial decision-making, advanced financial management, global financial markets, venture capital, risk management, business strategy, cross cultural management skills. The curriculum is indicative and is subject to change.

Modules in each part

1st part:
- Principles and Practices of Finance
- Accounting for Decision-making
- Academic Skills

2nd part:
- Financial Reports and Statements
- Financial Decision-making
- Academic Skills

3rd part:
- Advanced Financial Management
- Global Financial Markets
- Financial Management Elective (Venture Capital, Risk Management)
- Research Methods for Social Sciences (Prerequisite: Academic Skills)

4th part:
- Business Strategy
- Cross-cultural Management Skills

Dissertation

KNOWLEDGE & UNDERSTANDING

Students upon graduation should be equipped with

- global economic and managerial issues as they relate to strategic decision making;
- core and advanced theories, concepts and practices that are relevant to the field of financial management;
- the role and limitations of accounting and their influence on financial decision making;
- the forces shaping the financial services industry, especially the complex link between risk management, shareholder expectations and corporate social responsibility;
- appropriate techniques to deal with complex issues critical to the success of multinational firms.

DISCIPLINARY & PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

- To create an opportunity for students to occupy mid-level financial management positions in companies and develop international managerial skills.
- To study, review and put into practice both the “tried and tested” techniques and the latest concepts in the field of financial management.
- To deepen the students’ ability to apply, develop and critically appraise current techniques, theories and practices encountered in the financial environment of local and international firms.
- To develop critical awareness of the global business environment and the relevant financial tools required to make a business or organisation successful in an increasingly competitive world.
- To develop international managers, skilled in interpersonal and cross-cultural communications, and equipped with up-to-date knowledge on financial management.
- To create a global and strategic mindset and to develop sensitivity to learning from other cultures.
- To build an appreciation in students of the need to continuously develop skills and knowledge throughout their careers.

Career opportunities

This programme integrates theory with practice to produce graduates who have broad knowledge of finance and can apply it in real-life situations. In addition, the course may lead to job opportunities as line manager at finance units within the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.
Recent graduates are employed as line managers by the biggest firms of the financial sector such as Morgan-Stanley, Axa Group, BNP Paribas or Deutsche Bank.

Apply now! Fall semester 2018/19
Application deadline
May 31, 2018 23:59
Europe/Budapest time
Studies commence
Sep 2, 2018

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States