Bachelor Degree in Finance in Prague in Czech Republic

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A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

A Bachelor’s degree of Finance covers a range of subjects that include economics, mathematics, finance and statistics. This allows students to understand subjects such as international trade and finance, financial modelling or financial management. Graduates will possess a broad understanding of financial systems and financial institutions.

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Bachelor in Economics and Finance (BEF)

Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University (FSV UK)
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

As the program exposes students to topics in mathematical economics, mathematical statistics and finance, applicants are required to have an excellent background in highschool mathematics. Prior knowledge of economics or finance is an advantage but it is not required. [+]

Bachelors in Finance in Prague in Czech Republic. As the program exposes students to topics in mathematical economics, mathematical statistics and finance, applicants are required to have an excellent background in highschool mathematics. Prior knowledge of economics or finance is an advantage but it is not required. In addition, applicants should have a good command of English corresponding at least to B2 level under the CEFR system and they should be capable of reading textbooks of economics and mathematics without difficulties. Mandatory courses introduce the students to microeconomics, macroeconomics and provide students with nontrivial tools of mathematical analysis and statistics. Mandatory courses are intended to give a broad overview of major topics in economics and finance, and to provide a solid background for further studies of specialized elective courses. Elective courses cover a wide range of specific areas in economics and finance, which allows the students to specialize in the field of their interest. The topics include finance and banking (e.g. introductory banking, financial accounting, international finance, public finance), management (e.g. strategic management, financial management), economic policy (e.g. economic policy, global financial crisis), international trade and European economic integration. We also offer courses in complementary areas (e.g. history of economic thought, game theory and political economy, introduction to sociology). The open day will take place at the Institute of Economic Studies (IES, Opletalova 26, Prague 1) on 6. 1. 2017 at 9 a.m. and 9. 6. 2017 at 9 a.m. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria In addition to the application form, the applicant must provide the following documents: 1. Copy of a diploma to show completed secondary studies, or confirmation of ongoing secondary studies in the academic year that those studies will be completed; 2. Transcript of marks and academic results from previous secondary studies; 3. CV 4. Document showing level achieved in English language. 5. Document showing level achieved in mathematics. 6. Motivation letter. Knowledge of English : Applicants who are native speakers of English or whose high school studies were conducted in English do not need to provide evidence of their level of English. Other applicants should provide results either from IELTS (minimum required points: 6.5; in addition, 6.5 points from at least three components), or from TOEFL (minimum required points: 90) or from an equivalent test (e.g. CAE). Knowledge of mathematics: Another pre-condition for acceptance is to reach the required number of points set by the Dean for that particular academic year, through the following options: - Predicted or final mark in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Group 5 – Mathematics. The required minimum from the overall predicted or final IB score is 32 points, or - General Certificate of Education Advanced Level (A Levels), one of which is Maths, or - College Scholastics Ability Test (Suneung), or - SAT test (Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing), or SAT Subject test Math Level 1, or SAT Subject test Math Level 2, or - The ACT Composite test, or - SCIO Mathematics, or - Final exam in mathematics from UJOP, Charles University, Podebrady, with a required minimum of 75 points. Only test results from within the previous two years can be accepted. An alternative to these tests is to have passed the course JEB122 Introductory Mathematics at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University. Confirmation of studies may be substituted with a transcript of marks, provided that these are from the same academic year as the application. All documents which are not originally in Czech, Slovak or English must be accurately translated into English. Conditions for admission The admissions commission will assess applicants on the basis of the documents submitted and give a ranking from 1-10 points. The point limit for accepting applicants is set by the Dean. A pre-condition for being accepted is the completion of secondary education. Applicants who undertook secondary studies abroad must have these studies officially validated in the Czech Republic. Information on the exercise of graduates Bachelors graduates are qualified to undertake intemediate-level quantitative analysis and modeling in economics and finance. The program is designed to be equivalent to the undergraduate programs in Economics and Finance in the top universities in the EU, including a significant part of mathematics and statistics. Bachelors graduates are familiar with the essential economics knowledge and quantitative skills, as well as detailed knowledge about particular fields such as financial markets, banking, international trade and finance, public economics and economic policy-making. The level of instruction and requirements in the core courses facilitate easy transfers of the graduates into top Masters programs in Economics and Finance in the EU. [-]

Bachelor of Business Administration

University of Economics Prague - Faculty of Business Administration
Campus Full time 6 semesters September 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The aim of our Bachelor of Business Administration degree is to educate analytically and socially responsible minded business professionals with a broad economic overview and a focus. [+]

Bachelor of Corporate Finance and Management (English, Russian)

 

The aim of our Bachelor of Corporate Finance and Management degree is to educate analytically and socially responsible minded business professionals with a broad economic overview and a focus on managing business performance.

Type of students for whom the field is appropriateThe study field is suitable for students with analytical thinking who are interested in the business environment, particularly for those with an emphasis on management and building companies of all sizes and legal forms of ownership, industry and business sectors.

Characteristics of graduates from the perspective of the labor marketGraduates will be able to participate in the execution of economic and managerial functions at mid-management levels in companies and other institutions, where business management education is expected. They mostly start their careers at industrial enterprises, enterprises operating in the energy sector, transport and storage, trade and services or consulting firms.... [-]


Bachelor of Business Management and Corporate Finance (BMCF)

University of Finance and Administration-VSFS
Campus Full time Part time 6 semesters September 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

The study program is designed for the all-round preparation of experts and widely exercisable managers with a great potential for further career growth. [+]

Bachelors in Finance in Prague in Czech Republic. Business Management and Corporate Finance (BMCF) (Bachelor degree study program taught in English) Because of the progress in the global market and demands of companies for graduates which are not only language equipped, but above all capable of terminology based interaction and interconnection with international groups, VSFS university now offers the fully accredited Bachelor’s degree study program conducted in ENGLISH. The Czech version of this study program results in our graduates having the best opportunities in the job market. The study program is designed for the all-round preparation of experts and widely exercisable managers with a great potential for further career growth. They will be ready for production, business and services at the international level. Throughout the study, the theoretical base is systematically complemented by practical examples from both domestic and international companies and students acquire practical skills to help with their theoretical knowledge. One of the main benefits of the Bachelor’s degree study program conducted in English is its multicultural feature of student groups and an active communication with foreign exchange students, as well as the possibility of the participation of our students in academic activities at VSFS partner universities abroad (Erasmus etc.). Why to study BMCF at VSFS Prague? Fully ACCREDITED study program in English EXPERIENCED lecturers Tuitions with TOP MANAGERS of export-oriented companies Reflection of the MARKET TRENDS Implementation of real BUSINESS NEEDS into tuitions COMPLEXITY which future manager needs (not only a narrow specialisation) You’ll acquire competence in: Company management in the growth period as well as in crises Managing the business at the traditional and emerging territories Interconnection between theory and practice Building ties with achievers and lobbying Your profession / You will succeed in: Management positions in trading as well as manufacturing companies Banks and investment companies Consulting, accounting and auditing companies Area of private companies’ development or their restructuring Expert positions in multinational corporations Expert positions in multinational corporations Unique Opportunity: You can join BMCF study with BSBA as JOINT DEGREE B. VSFS, in cooperation with City University of Seattle, USA offer Unique program Joint Degree B to achieve two internationally recognized degrees. Bc. From VSFS and BSBA from City University of Seattle. Admission requirements Completed Application Form Successful completion of secondary education Certified copy of a nostrification from your high school diploma Admission Examination in English: The language test examines the applicant’s language skills and the knowledge of basic economic concepts. (VSFS recognizes a number of English Language tests, which can be undertaken to meet the University’s English language requirements: FCE, TOEFL (iBT 64), IELTS (band 5.5).) Applicants may attend Business English Preparatory Course Tuition and fees Tuition payments are selected individually by each student according to the individual financial plan, when signing the learning agreement. Syllabus / Study format Selected Basic Courses Business Management Fundamentals of Law, Civil and Business Law Corporate Finance International Business Relations Accounting & Auditing Business Financial Resources Personnel Management Customer Relationship Management Investment Decision Making Controlling Form of study Full-time study – 6 semesters, studied in 4 days a week cycle, usually held from Monday to Thursday Part-time study – 6 semesters, studied in intensive group sessions: held usually 10 times per semester, afternoons (from 2pm to 8.45pm) [-]