Have you ever dreamed of working in a bank or an investment firm? Have you ever wondered how the financial world collapsed and then rose again? Do you seek understanding of digital and traditional financial processes?
If the answer to at least one of the questions is yes, wonder no more what to study, but consider picking financial studies for your bachelor degree.
The aim of the study programme Financial Industry is to train competent financial professionals, who are able:
- to understand features of the functioning of the financial industry (including banks, credit unions, payment institutions, investment companies, pension funds, finance companies, insurance companies and other companies providing financial services) in a rapidly changing global environment;
- are able to apply the acquired knowledge when performing various functions in the financial institutions and enterprises, or while working in businesses and public sector organizations and thus performing financial analysis and financial management activities, which include the selection of financial services (crediting, investment, financing, risk insurance) and the assessment of their riskiness and suitability for a particular customer, along with business financial management and control.
The programme graduates will acquire the knowledge and skills that are required for setting up and managing their own businesses, working in businesses, public sector organizations, financial services and consulting firms.
- Basics of Accounting
- Fundamental of Law
- Introduction to Studies
- Professional Foreign Language (English / French / German)
- Fundamentals of Finance
- Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics
- Finance and Business Information Systems
- Financial Markets and Institutions
- Public Finances and Activity of Taxes Institutions
- Quantitative Decision Methods in the Social Sciences
- Communication Theory Basics
- Fundamentals of Business
- Fundamentals of Programming
- Commercial Law
- Credit Market Participants
- Elective Study Subject
- Payment Servces Market
- Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment
- Marketing Innovation and Neuromarketing
- Service Management
- Business Finance
- Finance and Tax Law
- Introduction to Research Methodology
- Professional Ethics and Investor Behavior
- The Financial Instruments Market Participants’ Activities
- Elective Study Subject
- Financial Markets and Institutions Regulation
- Investment Project Management
- Customs Supervision Basics of the Eurasian EU
- European Union Finance Law
- Financial and Real Investments
- Financial Risk Management
- Practice I
- Private Banking
- Public Institutions Finance
- Bachelor Thesis
- Practice II
- International Finance
- Marketing of the Financial Services
- Secondary education diploma or equivalent including final grades
- Document proving English language level
Required level – B1. Assessments of English language proficiency certificates equivalent to level B1:
- TOEFL Paper 477-510
- TOEFL IBT 53-64
- IELTS 4.5-5.0
- PTE level 3
If you do not have a certificate proving your English language proficiency level, you can take the University Online English language level test. You will be able to choose this option while filling in the application. The test is free of charge. Certificate is not required if your native language is English or if your previous studies were conducted fully in English language.
- Motivational letter
- Passport copy
Additional educational documents might be required depending on the country of residence.
Applicants might be required to take entrance examination.