An academic degree that allows students to study financial economics, the securities market, taxation, financial analytics and the organization of the educational process in depth.

Academic degree:

Master of Business and Management (1 year), Master of Economics (2 years)

Code and name of the educational program:

7M04104 “Finance”

Core subjects:       

Fundamentals of Finance, Corporate Finance

Form of study and duration of study:    

Specialized master’s degree: 1 year

Scientific and pedagogical magistracy: 2 years

Description of the educational program:

The Master’s program “Finance” is designed for students who want to deepen their knowledge and skills in the field of finance and investment. The training program includes the study of financial instruments, methods of analyzing financial markets, risk management, investment management and other aspects of financial activity.

Students of the Master’s program “Finance” study the theoretical and practical aspects of financial activity, including the basics of financial mathematics, financial analysis, investment analysis, risk management, portfolio management and others. They also study various financial instruments such as stocks, bonds, derivatives and others and understand how they are used in the financial markets.

The Master’s program also includes the study of international finance and intercultural aspects of financial activity, which gives students the opportunity to gain knowledge of international business standards and rules that govern relations between companies and organizations in different countries.

As part of the training, students can choose various specializations, such as corporate finance, investment management, risk management, and others, depending on their interests and career goals.

Career opportunities:

Graduates of the program can work in various fields, including investment banking, asset management, corporate finance, financial analysis, insurance and others. They may work as financial analysts, investment managers, portfolio managers, financial advisors, and other financial professionals. They can also continue their education and receive a Doctor of Science degree in Finance (PhD).