A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.
Classes in finance and banking provide students with knowledge related to how the financial markets function and how financial institutions operate. Classes may include accounting, statistics, corporate finance, managerial economics, investment management and financial intermediation.
Slovakia or Slovak Republic (Slovak: Slovensko or Slovenská republika, both names are officially recognized), is a landlocked country in Central Europe. Slovakia is a member of the European Union so if you are a citizen of another member state, you can legally reside and work in Slovakia without restrictions. Comenius Univerzity is the oldest existing Slovak university, in Bratislava.
Top Master Programs in Finance and Banking in Slovakia 2019
Graduates of this program can perform a wide range of jobs in a host of different industries and other sectors of both the national and international economies. [+]
Graduates of this program can perform a wide range of jobs in a host of different industries and other sectors of both the national and international economies.
Although the largest share of the graduates works in financial institutions, they are also to be found in other businesses and organizations in both the private and public sectors, including customs and tax authorities, other government bodies at all levels, and in the field of tax advice.
The fact that the study program is taught in English or French and at the same time includes the participation of foreign universities gives students a chance to improve their language skills and professional preparedness, and it also enhances the market reputation of their qualification, the standing of the Faculty of Economics of Matej Bel University and its partner universities.... [-]