Master in Financial Analysis

Master in Financial analysis postgraduate program offers advanced training in system analysis for the estimation and forecasting of the financial position of the organization, the state of the stock market, analysis of the economic and demographic phenomena at state and regional levels. Financial analysis specialist monitors trends of investment risks and forms the most attractive investment conditions.

During the Master’s course in Financial analysis a student is supposed to:

  • achieve a high level of knowledge of economics in general and be able to monitor macroeconomic situation;
  • get deep knowledge of accounting and financial reporting as the primary information system used in financial analysis;
  • get acquainted with the tools of fundamental and technical market analysis;
  • learn how to study financial activity of the organization using modern tools and techniques to forecast future revenues and expenses;
  • form skills of financial reporting analysis, financial statement expertise, sustainable development counseling.

Integrated practical knowledge derived from course makes graduates highly demanded by public institutions, accounting, audit and consulting companies, banks, insurance and investment companies and allows to apply for the senior positions of financial analysts, accountants, financial departments specialists.

Core modules

  • Advanced Economics
  • Economics of Enterprise
  • Macroeconomic Statistics
  • Advanced Microeconomics
  • Advanced Macroeconomics
  • Mathematical Modeling in Control Theory
  • Logistics
  • Advanced Integrated Analysis
  • Analysis of Financial Reports (Advanced Level)
  • Risk Analysis
  • Advanced Econometrics
  • Business Analysis
  • Financial Analysis
  • Strategic Analysis and Forecasting
  • Financial Markets Analysis

Elective Modules

  • Fundamentals of Accounting
  • Market Analysis
  • Actuarial Mathematics
  • Analysis and Optimization of Tax Base
  • Modeling of Economic and Social Processes
  • International Financial Reporting Standards
  • Statistic Monitoring of Financial Markets
  • Bankruptcy Analysis
  • Advanced Investment Analysis
  • Business Analysis in Public and Non-Commercial Institutions
  • Advanced Audit
  • Innovation Analysis
Program taught in:
  • Russian

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