38.04.08 Finance and credit

Students majoring in Finance and Credit will deepen their knowledge and expand practical skills in addressing contemporary financial and economic issues of enterprises in all sectors of the economy, as well as government and municipal institutions and banking structures. Upon completion of this master’s program, one will have acquired important analytical competences and necessary personal qualities that are key to many managerial positions in the private, public, commercial and non-profit sectors.
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (daytime)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Management, economics and law theory
Programs, specializations:
Financial analyst
Students of this master’s program will acquire skills in the analysis and management of financial and business transactions, in investments and financial market analysis, in financial modeling to solve applied problems, and in research. Instruction is practice-oriented owing to the involvement of practitioners, the use of modern teaching aids and techniques, and field exercises.
Alumni can be employed as
  • financial analyst
  • financial manager
  • financial consultant
  • business consultant
  • finance director / CFO
Program subjects
  • Modeling of an enterprise’s financial and business activity
  • Government supervision and auditing
  • Assessment of a borrower’s or a company group’s creditworthiness
  • Analysis and prediction of the securities market
  • Analysis of an enterprise’s investment potential
  • Risk management and business insurance
  • Financial law
Graduating department:
Department of Economics and Innovative Entrepreneurship