Bachelor's Degree in Applied Finance in Europe

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A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.

In all, there are over 4000 Higher Education Institutions in Europe offering a wide range of courses at Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate level. With more and more of these organizations offering English as the language of education for at least some of their degree programs, universities in Europe are now of higher quality than ever before. Universities in Europe offer a friendly welcome to foreign students and to give a course of knowledge that meets their profession needs in today’s global demand.

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Bachelor in International Finance and Trade

Varna University of Management
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Bulgaria Varna

Our degree in International Finance and Trade is a specialized course of study of the international dimensions of Economics.One of the most cited intellectual giants of economics defined economics as a study of man in the ordinary business of life. As such microeconomics studies the behavior of individuals and firms in making decisions regarding allocation of limited resources. [+]

Bachelors in Applied Finance in Europe 2017. Our degree in International Finance and Trade is a specialized course of study of the international dimensions of Economics. One of the most cited intellectual giants of economics defined economics as a study of man in the ordinary business of life. As such microeconomics studies the behavior of individuals and firms in making decisions regarding allocation of limited resources. Macroeconomics studies this behavior of an economy as a whole as it considers factors like gross domestic product, unemployment rate and price index (determinants of economic aggregate) and studies the effects of monetary and fiscal policy on these aggregates. Upon graduating this degree at VUM you have the full potential of launching a career in Financial Institutions, Insurance Companies, Non-Financial Corporations, Government Agencies, Educational Institutions, Trade/Labor Organizations. Career Opportunities There is a broad range of career opportunities in international banking, financial management, business development and trade. Graduates can choose a career path that aligns with their area of interest, such as management or sales. Students may consider becoming management analysts, sales manager, etc. All students in this programme have two obligatory internships during their education. These internships last minimum 2 months, maximum 3-4 months and take place in a small or large financial agencies, banks, accounting agencies, etc. Course Content Core modules: Economics and business environment; Marketing and business communications; Research methods; Accounting and Finance; Law Basics; Financial accounting; Trade Law; Quantity methods in finance; Corporate finance; Analysis and evaluation for investment projects; Financial bookkeeping; International trade; Personal Finance; International financial management; Behavioural finance; International accounting; Entrepreneurship; Elective modules: Business economics; Organizational behaviour; Business operations; Financial fraud prevention; International trade politics; Financial markets; Public Finance management; Tax politics; European economic development and integration; Admission Requirements: The admission is based on documents, IELTS 6.0 + or equivalent ( VUM institutional English language test available) and online or face to face interview with the candidate. [-]

Bachelor of Accountancy (Hons) in Accountancy and Finance

University of Stirling
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 4 years January 2017 United Kingdom Stirling + 1 more

The Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) in Accountancy and Finance course is designed specifically for students planning a career in the Accountancy profession and/or the wider financial sector. Apart from the additional finance content which offers a specialisation for entering the professions in the banking and investment industries, the main difference from the single Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) programme is that there is no requirement to do a dissertation in Semester 8. [+]

The Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) in Accountancy and Finance course is designed specifically for students planning a career in the Accountancy profession and/or the wider financial sector. Apart from the additional finance content which offers a specialisation for entering the professions in the banking and investment industries, the main difference from the single Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) programme is that there is no requirement to do a dissertation in Semester 8. The Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) in Accountancy and Finance degree is also accredited by ICAS, CIMA, CIPFA and ACCA who will grant you significant exemptions from their exams when you have a Stirling degree. 3rd in Scotland - 2017 Good Uni Guide Accounting & Finance at Stirling is ranked 3rd in Scotland and 14th in the UK, according to the 2017 Good University Guide. According to the 2016 National Student Survey, 91% of students were satisfied overall with the quality of teaching, and across all questions in the survey, Accounting & Finance at Stirling received the highest score of all Scottish universities. Accreditation Nowadays, if you are planning to do professional Accountancy training, you will need a university degree and a recognised professional qualification. All the Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) degrees (single and joint) are accredited by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Scotland (ICAS) who will all grant you significant exemptions from their exams when you have a Stirling degree. For full details on exemptions please contact the Accounting and Finance Division. What makes us different? Accounting and Finance prizes ICAS Charles Scott Prize A prize of £100 is awarded annually to the Bachelor of Accountancy student with the highest overall performance in modules ACCU9A1 and ACCU9A2 in the same academic session. KPMG Prize There are three prizes of £200 awarded annually to the students with the highest overall performance in each of the modules ACCU9A4, ACCU9AA and ACCU9A6. Annual visits There are annual visits by professional bodies including the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS), the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). Entry requirements Academic requirements Four-year Honours degree SQA Higher: ABBB - one sitting AABB - two sittings GCE A-level:BBB IB Diploma: 32 points BTEC (Level 3): DDM Essential subjects: Mathematics preferred Three-year Honours degree SQA Adv. Higher: ABB GCE A-level: ABB IB Diploma:35 points Essential subjects: To include Accountancy and Economics. Preference given to those with Mathematics. Other qualifications HNC/HND: Year one minimum entry Scottish HNC/D - Bs in graded units English, Welsh and NI HNC/D - Merits and Distinctions Advanced entry Year 2 entry may be possible with an HND in Accounting. Please consult our Advanced Entry pages for more information. Access courses: Access courses and other UK/EU and international qualifications are also welcomed. Additional information General entrance requirements apply. Mathematics Standard Grade (3), National 5 (C), Intermediate 2 (C), GCSE (C) or Level 4 or equivalent. If examinations are taken over two sittings, or there are repeats or upgrades, the entrance requirements may be higher. INTO University of Stirling INTO University of Stirling offers an International Foundation programme for those international students who do not meet the required academic and English-language criteria. These courses offer a route to study at the University of Stirling through an excellent teaching and learning experience located in the high-quality study facilities on campus. International Foundation Successful completion of the International Foundation in Business, Finance, Economics and Marketing to the required standard provides direct entry to year two of this degree. English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.0 with 5.5 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade C Pearson Test of English (Academic): 54 with 51 in each component IBT TOEFL: 80 with no subtest less than 17 If you need to improve your English language skills before you enter this course, our partner INTO University of Stirling offers a range of English language courses. These intensive and flexible courses are designed to improve your English ability for entry to this degree. Structure and content The Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) in Accountancy and Finance course is designed specifically for students planning a career in the Accountancy profession and/or the wider financial sector. Apart from the additional finance content which offers a specialisation for entering the professions in the banking and investment industries, the main difference from the single Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) programme is that there is no requirement to do a dissertation in Semester 8. The Bachelor of Accountancy (BAcc) in Accountancy and Finance degree is also accredited by ICAS, CIMA, CIPFA and ACCA who will grant you significant exemptions from their exams when you have a Stirling degree. Semesters 1–3 You will take core modules in the following: Accounting I An understanding of the basic concepts required to prepare and analyse financial statements. Accounting II An examination of the basic accounting techniques used by management accountants to help in decision making and in the formulation of future plans. Finance I An examination of the two key aspects of corporate finance: the financing decision and the investment decision. The evaluation of investment risk and return. Introduction to financial securities and financial markets. Basic principles of security valuation. You are also required to study Economics (Introductory Economics), Business Management (The Global Business Environment) and Business Law. Semesters 4–8 You will develop a critical understanding and analytical approach to subjects directly relevant to Accountancy and Finance. Core advanced modules include: External Reporting Finance II Accounting Information and Employment Quantitative Methods for Business Decisions Personal Financial Planning Applied Management Accounting Taxation Advanced Financial Accounting Auditing You will choose further advanced modules in accountancy and finance from a list of electives. Delivery and assessment Teaching is by a combination of formal lectures, seminars, practical workshops and tutorials. The course of small group tutorials provides feedback and reinforcement of lecture topics throughout each semester. Assessment is by a combination of coursework and examinations. You will have numerous opportunities to develop appropriate work-related skills at every stage of your studies, culminating in the Professional Development and Practice module in Semester 8 which helps you prepare for entering the workplace. For Honours students, all advanced modules undertaken during the final two years of the course count equally towards their overall degree classification. Development of Personal Transferable Skills IT skills through completion of computer workshops (EXCEL & SAGE) and assignments, and by obtaining module information using Succeed Communication skills through active tutorial participation; written coursework and oral group presentations Self management through meeting coursework deadlines (set release and deadline dates) Inter-personal skills through sharing skills and understanding in tutorials and practical computer sessions and group presentations Research skills through the coursework research project Critical reflection through awareness of how personal skills meet the needs of an employer in an accounting / business setting. Academic skills of problem solving, numeracy, analytical and logical thinking. Study abroad opportunities You may apply to study at a European university as part of the ERASMUS programme. In addition, you may also apply to study in the US under the University’s exchange scheme with a wide range of universities in North America, Australia, Hong Kong and Japan. Career opportunities Where are our graduates now? Accountancy and Finance graduates are currently working in a wide range of countries around the world including: UK, Norway, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Japan, Mongolia, Ireland, Canada, Vietnam and China. They are contributing to the performance of both finance-related organisations, as well as a range of other private and public sector bodies including: JP Morgan PwC Halifax Bank of Scotland Ernst & Young Diageo BBC Unilever Deloitte KPMG Biggart Baillie Audit Commission Goldman Sachs IBM HSBC Lloyds Banking Group Grant Thornton Royal Bank of Scotland Proctor & Gamble NHS Scotland Arcadia Group Morgan Stanley Recent graduates have started their careers in the following roles: Associate, PwC Commercial and Performance Analyst, SSE Audit Associate, Deloitte UK Trainee Financial Advisor, Greaves, West & Ayre Graduate Finance Analyst, Aston Martin Part Qualified Accountant, Yousaf & Co Ltd Graduates who left Stirling up to ten years ago have now forged careers in the following areas: Chartered Accountant, Dickson Middleton Senior Analyst, Lloyds Banking Group Senior Associate, Deloitte UK Auditor, Audit Scotland Assurance Technician, Ernst & Young Management Accountant, Standard Life plc Business Services Manager, RSM Tenon Some of our more established graduates are currently employed as: Senior Partner in their own firm Chief Financial Officer, Energy Australia Finance Director, BiP Solutions VP (Operational Risk Management), J.P. Morgan Head of Quality Review, ICAS Investment Director, Bank of Scotland Equity An Accountancy degree doesn’t only set you up for a career in the financial sector; some of our graduates have built upon their initial university experience and are now working as Solicitors (McClure Naismith), Reporters (EquityRadar), Social Worker (Barnardos), Editor/Cameramen (BBC Scotland), and even a High Court Judge (Court of Session, Edinburgh). A wide range of employers recognise that a student with an accounting/finance background has had a strong business-focused education which will have equipped them with important skills (numerical, communication, problem-solving etc). This explains why graduates from this Division have such a strong employment record. Career Development Centre The University has an excellent Career Development Centre, situated in room 3A1, which not only provides access to professional career advice and employment resources, but also runs career planning units and workshops. The Careers Liaison Officer is Chris Coles and he offers a link between the Academic School and the Career Development Centre. Chartered Accountancy Training Positions for Chartered Accountancy training (CA) are normally advertised in the autumn prior to graduation (Semester 7) with many firms taking part in a ‘milk round’ of interviews in October and November each year. It is very important for Year 3 students hoping to get a CA training contract to prepare application forms and CVs before returning to Year 4, as the deadlines set by firms can be as early as mid-October. Many organisations offer internships and placements and it can also be useful to contact local firms to see if relevant experience can be gained. All of which will help when applying for a Training Contract position. There are CA positions with the three Chartered Accountancy Institutes in the UK: Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) Chartered Accountants Ireland (oversees both Ireland and Northern Ireland) Other bodies offering accounting qualifications include: the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA). These vacancies come up throughout the year and students should check the relevant websites: cimaglobal.com/cimatraining www.accaglobal.com/graduate Internship – What they are and why you should consider doing one? An internship is an opportunity offered by an employer to students (or interns) over a fixed period of time, which enables the student to gain practical experience. The Career Development Centre has details of internships available around the world with large private sector organisations, as well as opportunities with smaller local businesses which are promoted through the Third Sector Internship Scheme, the Saltire Foundation, and our very own Stirling Internship Programme. As a student, you will automatically be registered onto the University’s Vacancy & Events System which means that you will receive regular updates regarding new opportunities as they become available. Six reasons why you should consider an internship: Boost your CV and stand out from the crowd in order to have an edge in the graduate job market. Make professional connections which may lead to the offer of a job upon graduation Test your career choices – internships can ease your transition into future careers or alternatively, help you decide that you don’t want to work in that area after all ‘Real world’ business experience, enabling you to put theory into practice Develop transferable skills such as communication, team working, problem-solving, decision-making, initiative and creativity Help fund your studies by earning a full-time salary during the vacation periods [-]

Bachelor (Hons) in Accounting and Finance

Independent College Dublin
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Ireland Dublin

Both Accounting and Finance are core components of insuring the success of any business entity. Our degree programme provides each student with an in-depth knowledge of the area of accounting and finance as well as the practical skills, both of which [+]

Bachelors in Applied Finance in Europe 2017. Both Accounting and Finance are core components of insuring the success of any business entity. Our degree programme provides each student with an in-depth knowledge of the area of accounting and finance as well as the practical skills, both of which are essential in the rapidly changing and highly competitive world of business. This in turn then creates a number of opportunities for advancement within a whole range of organisations. The programme builds on long established and well recognised core competencies within Independent College in the delivery of and highest quality accounting and finance tuition. This has facilitated the development of strong linkages with the main professional accountancy bodies; as a result this has enabled exemptions from Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). The BA will also enable students to progress onto prestigious post-graduate programmes such as the MSc. in Accounting with Finance programme offered at Independent College Dublin. In addition, the importance of a new and emerging technologies is recognised and incorporated into programme content throughout its three stages. Another important dimension of the programme is the international one. With growing internationalisation within business it is essential that best practice internationally is recognised and incorporated in an appropriate way into degree programmes such as this. Finally the importance of practice is fully recognised by the extent of our linkages with professional institutes and the corporate sector. This is a supported by the inclusion of a two month internship or placement component available to participants in stage three of the programme. Who is the course for? The BA (Hons) in Accounting and Finance prepares students for a career in Accounting and Finance. The programme provides a comprehensive education in the quantitative and analytical skills required in the business and in a range of accounting practices. The role of the accountant is placed within the broader business context that is delivered through a range of business relevant electives What We Offer Context for Accounting and Finance is an important component of the programme. Foundation material across business functional areas such as Management, Marketing, Human Resource Management and Economics forms an important part of stages One and Two of the programme. It also insures participants have a well rounded view of the business environment. This is then complemented by a comprehensive treatment of the main elements of accounting and finance to a high professional level. Throughout the programme leading edge knowledge from across the business spectrum reflecting the latest developments in both theory and practice are integrated and assures compliance with the highest of professional standards. Requirements Applicants must hold a minimum of two Higher C3’s and four Ordinary Level D3’s (including Maths) or equivalent. Students under the age of 23 on January 1st of the year of entry must apply through the CAO. Applicants who are over 23 by January 1st of the year of entry are eligible for entry onto the programme as a mature student. [-]

Bachelor in Analytical Finance

Mälardalen University
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Sweden Eskilstuna

The Bachelor’s programme in Analytical Finance prepares you for a challenging career in the international world of finance. You will see the economy from different perspectives, from accounting in firms to [+]

Bachelor in Analytical Finance

The Bachelor’s programme in Analytical Finance prepares you for a challenging career in the international world of finance. You will see the economy from different perspectives, from accounting in firms to the management of financial portfolios and risk analysis in financial markets.

The Programme

This Bachelor’s programme has been carefully designed and is unique in the very popular educational area of financial engineering. Focusing on financial mathematics and quantitative computer-based methods of financial analysis, it provides a good background in mathematics, economics and business administration. Analytical Finance is an internationally-oriented programme taught entirely in English. Students may take part in the international student exchange programme at Mälardalen University and include in their studies a longer stay at one of our partner universities around the world. Highly qualified professors, lecturers and other teachers, from both academia and industry, participate in the programme, which is supported by active research and diverse cooperation programmes with the financial industry. The focus of the programme is on economic and financial real-life problems. Advanced financial software is used in the teaching. The programme has a built-in flexibility and allows students to choose from a selection of subjects. The first and second year offer basic courses in mathematics, business administration and economics. In the following year, you are free to choose a specialization in applied mathematics, economics or business administration.... [-]


Bachelor in Finance

Saint Anselm College
Campus Full time August 2017 United Kingdom Manchester

The Finance major prepares students for careers in corporate finance, investment banking, international finance, financial planning, and wealth management. [+]

Bachelors in Applied Finance in Europe 2017. The Finance major prepares students for careers in corporate finance, investment banking, international finance, financial planning, and wealth management. Students develop a deep understanding of a broad range of topics: financial statement analysis, financial leverage, stock and bond valuation, risk and return in the global capital markets, risk management, portfolio theory and management, security legislation, structure of capital markets, and ethics. Course Sequence - Class of 2018 and Beyond Freshman Year Conversatio I Language Freshman English (or Science) Microeconomics Conversatio II Language Freshman English (or Science) Macroeconomics Sophomore Year: Finance majors take Business Statistics, Financial Accounting and Financial Management. Depending on their initial placement they will finish their language requirement this semester. Their remaining courses will be core requirements, electives or courses for a minor or double major. Junior Year: Finance majors take Investments, Money and Banking and 1 or 2 finance electives. Their remaining courses will be core requirements, electives or courses for a minor or double major and internship(s). One semester or a full year of study abroad is an option for this year. Senior Year: Finance majors will take their finance electives. Their remaining courses will be core requirements, electives or courses for a minor or double major, and internship(s). [-]

Carroll College (USA): Bachelor's Degree in Finance

International Studies Abroad
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Helena Spain Sevilla + 1 more

The Finance major at Carroll College in scenic Helena, Montana is an excellent way gain the skills to launch a dynamic international business career. Finance majors are also eligible for our innovative First Year in Spain program, through our portal campus in Sevilla. Contact us for details. [+]

Bachelor's Degree in Finance at Carroll College What to Expect Finance at Carroll College is a diverse area of study that allows students to explore many finance topics while preparing for a variety of career opportunities. Students will learn personal finance, managerial finance, investment techniques, and banking functions. Students are also exposed to other business disciplines in their coursework which further broadens their understanding of the business environment. Faculty with financial industry experience are continually engaged in professional development, ensuring that current and relevant information is included in the classroom. Local business leaders support Carroll College by providing classroom projects, internship opportunities, and guest lectures. Finance majors at Carroll College are encouraged to personalize their education by combining a major in finance with majors or minors in accounting, business administration, and other disciplines. Students may also choose to focus on developing their own entrepreneurial abilities through the Entrepreneur in Residence program or improve their global awareness through study abroad opportunities. Life after Graduation Finance is among the degrees in high demand and offers a wide variety of diverse career options including wealth management, financial planning, corporate finance, financial analysis, banking, real estate, and insurance. Students who complete the finance major at Carroll College have acquired the skills to perform complex financial analyses and engage in quantitative decision-making while considering qualitative and ethical implications. Finance majors may enter the workplace upon graduation or enroll in graduate school for further specialization. The Carroll College Career Center is available to assist students with securing internships, developing resume writing and interviewing skills, and researching employers. Highlights Business Department students engage in team activities while analyzing real-world problems. Past classes have competed in the DA Davidson investment challenge and CFA research competition. IACBE Accreditation Carroll College has received specialized accreditation for its business programs through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) located at 11374 Strang Line Road in Lenexa, Kansas, USA. The business programs in the following degrees are accredited by the IACBE: Bachelor of Arts with major in Accounting Bachelor of Arts with major in Finance Bachelor of Arts with major in Business Administration - concentrations in economics, international business, management, and marketing. International Relations Bachelor's Degree at Carroll College About Carroll - First Regional College in the West in U.S. News & World Report rankings - Carroll College has earned top national and regional awards for academic excellence, consumer value and undergraduate research - Graduates of Carroll College find good jobs and have a strong track record of admission to prestigious graduate professional schools - Personalized guidance and mentoring from teachers committed to your personal growth and career development - Idyllic setting surrounded by ski resorts, hiking and biking trails, and world-famous Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks - 95% of Carroll students receive some kind of scholarship or grant - As capital of Montana and “best small arts town in America” Helena is a hub of both government and culture - 72% of classes have less than 20 students What to Expect The first year of this Carroll College degree can be taken at our portal campus in Seville, Spain. First Year in Spain, otherwise known as 1+3, offered many unique advantages: - Earn a full academic year of university credit at roughly half the cost of a first year in the U.S. - Wide array of major subjects available - Dynamic and cosmopolitan European city with strong historic ties to the USA - Stunning, purpose-built campus in a safe, quiet district near city center - Benefit from extra language and academic support from instructors trained to help international students succeed in their chosen fields - Study and improve your English alongside Americans from over 150 universities and over 40 states - State-of-the-art technology with fully wired classrooms [-]