Master's Degree in Finance in Belgrade in Serbia

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A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

Students of finance learn about all aspects of money management. The field includes business investments and banking, personal money management, and accounting. Students may keep their education general, or may  choose to specialize early on in areas like personal financial planning or business accounting.

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International Economics, Finance and Banking

European Center for Peace and Development - University for Peace established by United Nations (ECPD)
Campus Part time 2 years October 2018 Serbia Belgrade

The postgraduate students at the masters level are obliged to report the results of their researches (seminar papers, etc.) in a written form, in the specified/agreed format, concisely, clearly and in full. In order to facilitate the mastering of the skills and techniques of a written and oral presentation of the results of research/paper, special instruction will be provided. [+]

The total number of teaching hours is as follows:

First semester 145 Second semester 145 Third semester 155 Fourth semester 130 Total 575

Teaching includes as follows:

Ex cathedra lectures – 40% of total teaching Discussions relating to the subjects of teaching – 20% of total teaching Case studies – 15% of total teaching Giving an account of the progress and results of research of the students, including a group discussion – 25% of total teaching.

The postgraduate students at the masters level are obliged to report the results of their researches (seminar papers, etc.) in a written form, in the specified/agreed format, concisely, clearly and in full. In order to facilitate the mastering of the skills and techniques of a written and oral presentation of the results of research/paper, special instruction will be provided.... [-]