Master's Degree in Financial Planning in Poznań in Poland

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Financial Planning

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

The area of financial planning encompasses a wide variety of topics. Students may study financial accounting, business law, microeconomics, principles of finance, marketing, investments, financial plan development, tax planning, risk management, retirement savings and insurance planning.

Like many other EU countries, Poland offers inexpensive or even free tuition to EU students. Prospective students should apply directly to their chosen Polish institution. The University of Warsaw, for example, charges between £1,300 and £2,500 per year for its English language courses.

There are many higher education institutes and universities in Poznan. The University School of Physical Education in Poznan and Kasy Fiskalne Poznań – MICO are the two best educational institutions in the city.

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Master in Financial Engineering

Poznan University of Economics and Business
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Poland Poznań

Areas of study The program is based on four main areas; Risk management, selected courses: Financial risk management, Actuarial methods, Financial markets and instruments. Corporate finance, selected courses:Corporate finance, Advanced corporate finance,Long-term incentive schemes, Advanced financial analysis of enterprises Pricing of financial instruments, selected courses: Derivatives pricing, Interest rates modelling, Stochastic finance in continuous time Investments, selected courses:Portfolio theory, Exotic options, Alternative investments, Hedge funds [+]

Masters in Financial Planning in Poznań in Poland. Requirements for the candidates Applicants should have completed undergraduate programs (bachelor or engineer degree). Preference is given to studies on economics or mathematics. Candidates should have basic knowledge of economics, mathematics and finance, in particular, basic knowledge of economic theory (basics of microeconomics and macroeconomics). The candidate should know the basics of accounting and financial mathematics (time value of money, the rules for calculating interest and discounting). In mathematics the candidate is expected to have knowledge related to the basics of linear algebra and calculus. Requirements: · Knowledge of English · Basics of calculus · Basics of linear algebra · Basics of financial mathematics (time-value of money) Additional subjects · Microeconomics · Macroeconomics · Basics of probability theory Program description The world of modern finance is increasingly dominated by new technologies, mathematical models and sophisticated statistical techniques. Financial Engineering is an area of modern finance involved in the application of quantitative methods to the analysis of risks associated with financial investments and in forecasting events in the financial markets. Financial engineering deals with, among other things: · construction of complex investment strategies, · forecasting the prices of financial instruments, · the development and pricing of financial instruments, · risk management of financial investments, · analysis and modeling of financial markets. Master program in Financial Engineering prepares highly qualified specialists in this area: financial engineers prepared to work deal with investments’ analysis and risk management in banks and investment funds. Graduates of this course have a rare expertise on economic and financial modeling. Potential employers: · Banks · Central banks · Financial supervisory authorities · Investment funds · Companies engaged in financial consulting · Companies with divisions of financial analysis International cooperation The program Financial Engineering is led with the cooperation of Lisbon School of Economics and Management at the University of Lisbon andUniversity of Lorraine in Nancy (France). The international agreement involving three Master programmes in Financial Engineering allows students to study a part of their degree at these universities and obtain double degrees (from Poznań University of Economics and one of the partner universities). [-]