Master degree study programme of Finance was introduced in September 1993. The developed study programme was based on curriculum benchmarking through networking with foreign universities (e.g. from USA, Denmark) and the best practices. The peculiarities of the Finance programme at VMU are built on broad theoretical foundation in economics and finance, and specializing study subjects by different knowledge areas; rich menu of elective study subjects offered from Programmes in economics, management and business administration, as well as other social sciences offered at VMU; strong international context of contents of study subjects, reflecting integration of financial intermediaries and markets into international organizations; continuing curriculum development, taking into account dynamics of business and financial environment, and demand for new knowledge and competencies in finance. Since 2013 – 2014 academic year the programme is taught entirely in English.
The purpose of the programme is to train qualified specialists in finance, who have assimilated modern theories and methods in financial management, have systematic approach to macroeconomic processes and financial management at micro level, are able to analyze and to evaluate critically the processes on-going in the financial system and in business structures, to keep abreast of scientific and practical innovations in the finance field and to apply them in the professional activities.
Students admitted to the programme have a possibility to study for the Double Degree with the leading Business Schools from CEEMS network: Louvain School of Management at Louvain Catholic University in Belgium and Norway School of Economics in Bergen.
Faculty Faculty of Economics and Management
Group of Fields of Study Business and Public Administration
Lenght of Programme 2 academic years
ECTS credits 120
Uniqueness: Double degree opportunity
Name of Qualification Master of Business Management and for Double degree studies Master of Science in Management (at Louvain Catholic University) or Master of Science in Economics and Business Administration (at Norway School of Economics)