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The MSc in Finance program prepares students for the challenges of the financial market and financial management and also covers the main challenges of the area of digital business transformation in the general business and financial environment.

Bachelor degrees that are accepted fully: · BA/BSc in Finance and Accounting · BA in Business Administration and Management. BA/BSc degrees other than the above are acceptable if the applicant can prove having acquired 60 ECTS credits in the course of the BA/BSc studies in the fields given below: 1. Methodological studies (15 ECTS credits) – Mathematics, Statistics, IT. 2. Economic foundation courses (10 ECTS credits)– micro- and macroeconomics, international economics, environmental management, economic theory, economic statistics, history of economic theory, business modelling, economic policy, EU economy, world and European economy, public policy. 3. Business foundation courses (10 ECTS credits): business economics, accounting, controling, HR, business law, marketing, management and organization, management of value creating processes, decision making skills and methodology, business ethics, strategic planning, business communication. 4. Social sciences (10 ECTS credits): EU, general and business law, economic history, sociology, psychology, philosophy. Finance related subjects (15 ECTS credits): finance, financial and capital markets, banking, financial policy, knowledge of taxation, business finance, business valuation.

Entrance exam:

Type of entrance exam:
oral and written

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Entrance exam description:
Ranking of applicants based on BA/BSc degree qualification, required number of bachelor credits in given relevant courses, written exam and if successful an oral (Skype) exam. For detailed information:

Mr Miklos Janoki
admissions coordinator

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Programme structure

The program consists of the following blocks:

1) Methodological module provides a solid theoretical knowledge of financial market.

2) A core finance module integrates the most important financial management areas like risk management, corporate finance, investments, financial institutions, financial markets, and financial technologies

3) Core non-finance module includes courses from the fields closely related to financial management like accounting, law, advanced topics in financial markets and corporate finance. That is completed with4) elective courses from other management areas.

For the detailed curriculum, please check here:

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States