Finance – CORPORATE FINANCE AND BANKING
Year I: Advanced Microeconomics, European Taxation, Banking and Finance IT, Management and Organizational Behavior, Competition Policies and Practices, Business Development Strategies, Advanced Economic and Financial Analysis, Financial Management and Banking, Auditing and Corporate Governance.
Anul II Corporate finance, Financial Markets, Derivatives and Portfolio Management, Financial Insurance, Insolvency Proceedings, Strategies and Techniques for Capital Markets Financing, Banking and Accounting for Financial Institutions, Financial Assets Valuation, Micro and Macroeconomic Simulations, Projects in Economics, Practical Training.
- knowledge of concepts, training and research skills that enable graduates to carry out activities in the field of banking and finance;
- advanced knowledge in the field of finance and practical skills which are developed by means of projects and case studies;
- decision-making skills which are acquired by writing summaries, drafting reports and carrying out complex surveys;
- the ability to create and interpret financial reports in the field of financial and capital markets and corporate finance.
- knowledge of the concepts, theories, approaches, methodologies, working and research tools which are used in the field of banking and finance;
- the ability to carry out activities in the field of corporate institutions, corporate finance, capital markets and public finance;
- knowkedge of the concepts and of the contemporary financial and monetary theories which enable a better understanding of the international and financial accounting practices; analytical and quantitative problem-solving skills in the field of international business;
- advanced knowledge of the banking and finacial environment which creates career opportunities in financial counseling, investment banks, insurance companies or international monetary and financial organisations;
- the ability to evaluate risks and take responsibility for the adoption of measures on the management of the banking assets and liabilities or financial stability;
- the analysis, evaluation and diagnosis of strategies, the ability to use methods and techniques to coordinate their implementation and development, decision-making skills and the ability to carry out complex activities in the field of finance and banking;
- the ability to use a wide variety of quantitative and qualitative methods to develop professional and/or research programmes and projects on issues relating to licensing, regulation and bank supervision;
- financial management decision-making skills which enable graduate students to identify strengths and weaknesses, devise strategies and develop programmes;
- in-depth knowledge of quantitative methods and models for risk and performance assessment in capital markets and the use of appropriate business communication skills in their interaction with professionals from different backgrounds with a view to making value judgments and managerial decisions;
- teaching and research skills which meet European standards.