Bachelor's Degree in Financial Economics in Europe

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Undergraduate, Professional Economics

Asturias Corporación Universitaria
Online Full time 48 months January 2017 Colombia Bogotá Spain Madrid + 2 more

Our training will help you break into the labor market with great success, desempeñándote in the management area of ​​economic and financial area of ​​various public and / or private national and international level. We built this program to make you a complete professional, which is adapted to the current market demands and accommodate all areas of the economy ... [+]

Bachelors in Financial Economics in Europe 2017. Undergraduate: Economics Professional Students in Economics program will produce graduates capable of entering the labor market with great success. - SNIES Code: 103097 - qualified registry: approved Resolution No. 1582 of February 7, 2014. - Level: Professional - Credits: 124 - Title to grant: Economist Our training will help you break into the labor market with great success, desempeñándote in managerial levels of economic and financial area of ​​various public and / or private national and international. We built this program to make you a complete professional, adapting to the demands of today's market and holds all areas of the economy. [-]

Bachelor in Economics and Business: Curriculum Economics, Markets and Finance

Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Campus Full time October 2017 Italy Venice

This Bachelor's Degree Programme provides students with a flexible and multi-purpose education, based on a grounding in economic, mathematical-statistical, business and legal issues, in order to have a general overview of economic phenomena. [+]

Level of qualification First Cycle Degree Programme (Ministerial Decree no. 270/2004) Ministerial Degree Code L-33 (Economics) Head of Studies Prof. Alberto Urbani (Teaching Committee Coordinator) Prof. Jan Van Der Borg (Coordinator for the Economics of Tourism curriculum) Access to the programme Limited entry: 420 places available Entry test Test of logic/mathematics and Italian/general culture. Furthermore, a certified knowledge of English language at least at a B1 level is required. For the Economics, Markets and Finance curriculum: mathematics test in English. Furthermore, a certified knowledge of English language at least at a B2 level is required. Admission requirements In addition to a successful outcome of the admission test, a previous suitable background is required: each curriculum needs a specific knowledge, which the student should have before enrolling the university, in order to attend the course successfully. If the results of the test are negative, the student can enroll, but he/she receives a supplementary educational debt (OFA), which means that the student must fill any gaps in his/ her background through specific activities organized by the University. More information on OFA for this programme is available on this webpage. Learning outcomes The Bachelor's degree programme in Economics and Business aims to provide students with: the necessary knowledge to understand and critically analyse the economic phenomena at various levels (macroeconomic, market, enterprise); useful competencies to deal with the economic problems faced by private companies and public bodies; the required knowledge to successfully continue their studies, enrolling in a Master's degree or Professional Master's programme. This Bachelor's Degree Programme provides students with a flexible and multi-purpose education, based on a grounding in economic, mathematical-statistical, business and legal issues, in order to have a general overview of economic phenomena. Three different curricula are activated, two of which aim to analyse the different economic institutions. In particular the second, symmetrical to the first, provides for certain English-taught courses, starting from the 2nd year of study). The third curriculum is focused on the touristic sector. Internships and a final exam complete the formative course. Occupational profiles First Cycle graduates in Economics and Business, depending on the curriculum chosen, may be employed as consultants in the economic field or operate professionally in the tourism public and private sector, independently and actively fulfilling their tasks. Curricula available Economics and Business (Italian) Economics, Markets and Finance (fully taught in English) Economics of Tourism (Italian) Attendance Open attendance Examination assessment and graduation The educational activities include classroom teaching, workshops and internships, in order to acquire wide-ranging skills that can be readily transferable into the world of work. During the whole university career, the various skills acquired will be assessed through written and oral examinations. The degree exam consists in writing a paper/thesis, that will be evaluated through methods similar to those of a written exam but not in the presence of the student. Should the supervisor deem the oral discussion of the thesis to be necessary, he/she may require it. Access to further studies Professional Master’s Programmes (1st level) and Second Cycle Degree Programmes [-]

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 Financial Economics in Europe 2017. 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 Economics

Minin University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 Russia Nizhny Novgorod

Economist is specialist in the field of economics, economics expert. “Economist” is a term for both: scientists, who possess a vast knowledge in economy theory and practitioners who concern themselves with research, planning and management of economic activities. [+]

Economist is specialist in the field of economics, economics expert. “Economist” is a term for both: scientists, who possess a vast knowledge in economy theory and practitioners who concern themselves with research, planning and management of economic activities. Where can I work after graduation In the process of training and after graduation, our students and graduates work in government and commercial organizations, municipal authorities. In organizations economists are involved in the development of the budgeting system, monitor budget execution, as well as training and the formation of periodic and management accounting. Duties of the profession is studying, planning and economic support of the financial and economic activity of the company. Graduates can realize themselves in analytics, controlling, consulting, tax support, planning, finance, human resources accounting. Who can I work as: auditor, analyst bank employees, accountant commercial Director, account manager, tax inspector, economist, financial manager and others. [-]

Economics and Finance in English

Dogus University
Campus Full time September 2017 Turkey İstanbul

Economics and Finance in English [+]

Bachelors in Financial Economics in Europe 2017. Compulsory Courses CIP 101 (TDP 101) Civic Involvement Projects I 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 These are team projects that require volunteer work of the students with a civic organization. Every undergraduate student must succeed this course by working in a project for at least one year. Students choose their projects out of the lists announced. Passing the course depends on the dynamics of the projects and the evaluation of the supervisor of the project together with the approval of the project coordinator. COME 101 (BİM 101) Introduction to Computing 3(2+0+2) ECTS 3,00 Essential computing concepts; productivity and multimedia software; files and data storage; computer architecture; networks; the Internet. Practical sessions covering computer usage, word processing, spreadsheet, database, web-page development, and presentation software packages. ECON 103 (EKON 103) Economics I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Essentials of microeconomics and macroeconomics: the economic problem; demand, supply, and price determination; theory of consumer behaviour; theory of the firm; market structures ENG 101 Advanced English 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to enable students to improve their foreign language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar with the help of materials that meet academic standards. This course also involves various applications in order to improve academic study skills. Furthermore, the lesson aims at improving thinking faculties of students, as well as encouraging them toward critical thinking and research by providing them with in-class and outside classroom activities. HUK 130 (LAW 130) Introduction to Law 3(3+0+0) ECTS 4,00 The social order, principals of law; hierarchy of law; branches of the judicial system; legal relationships and rights; law for financial tools; Commercial Law; individual rights; Private contracts (leasing, franchising, factoring, forfaiting) IUL 100 (UYG 100) Introduction to University Life 0(0+0+0) ECTS 1,00 MATH 121 (MATE 121) Business Mathematics I 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Real numbers, algebraic operations and basic identities, cartesian coordinate system, linear and quadratic equations, functions, limit, continuity, derivative, techniques of differentiation, marginal analysis, higher order derivatives, extreme points, exponential and logarithmic functions and their derivatives, mathematics of finance, compound interest, matrices and determinants, inverse matrices, systems of linear equations, Cramer's rule, introduction to linear programming. TÜRK 101 Turkish Language I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course one of the two objectives is to raise individuals who are free in their thinking and have aquired the skills of scientific thinking and possess an open minded view of the world. The course emphasizes the enrichment of our national culture through the study of how the languages were created, the analysis of the world languages from the origin and structural points of view and the status of the Turkish Language amongst the world languages. This course also aims at examining the historical development of the Turkish Language, Turkish Language structure, separating its words into their origins and suffixes, creation of words, examining problems associated with the expressions, writing petitions, preparing curriculum vitea etc. In order to support the objectives of the course various novels, poems and essay books are read and investigated. BA 102 (İŞ 102) Introduction to Business Administration 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 Foundations of business; economic environment and globalisation; social responsibility and business ethics; Forms of business ownership; entrepreneurship, small business and franchising; total quality management; internal organization; management of human resources; production management, marketing management; management information systems; accounting; finance. CIP 102 (TDP 102 ) Civic Involvement Projects II 0(0+0+0) ECTS 2,00 Students who are getting theoretical education through TDP 101/CIP 101 lesson get informative trainings, do pre-project work and realize their projects under the guidance of the supervisor and program assistant who have been appointed by the TDP Office, via choosing one of the team projects that have been worked on with public institutions and non-governmental organizations that are dependent on voluntary work within the scope of TDP 102/CIP 102 lessons. Success is determined by the supervisor and the Project coordinator within the internal dynamics of the project. ECON 104 (EKON 104) Economics II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 5,00 National income and its determination; problems of economic growth, unemployment, and inflation; macroeconomic policy tools. ENG 122 (İNG 122) Advanced English for Social Sciences I 2(0+4+0) ECTS 3,00 This course aims to improve the foreign language and academic study skills of students who are studying in various fields of Social Sciences which they previously studied in Advanced English course. Course materials are generally selected and arranged toward their field of study and hence, they are given a chance to expand their vocabulary in social sciences. The course also aims at diversifying students' vocabulary and knowledge in the target language, improving their use of language and encouraging them to write unified, coherent and adequately developed essays by introducing them to different types of essays through which they can express their opinions by different modes of organisation HUK 134 Business Law 3(3+0+0) ECTS 4,00 Rules organizing industrial relations, scope of business law, labour contracts and responsibilities created by labour contracts, termination of contracts, working hours and pay leave; labour unions. MATH 122 (MATE 122) Business Mathematics II 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 Review of exponential functions and the natural logarithm, definite and indefinite integrals, area, the fundamental theorem of calculus, application to business and economics, functions of two variables, partial derivatives, chain rule, maxima and minima, introduction to probability, constrained optimization, Lagrange multipliers, double integral and applications, volume. TÜRK 102 Turkish Language II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The essence of this course is to allow the students to gain skills to use their mother tongues correctly and for those students who have already aquired to these skills in their pre-university studies to enhance their skills in this area through creation of thought and develop their ability to write what they think. Punctuation marks and the rules of spelling, rules of composition, types of literature are investigated by examples and essays are written about these topics. In addition, various novels, poetry books and plays are read and discussed. By reading plays in the classes various dictions , applied emhasis and toning techniques are implemented . BA 211 (İŞ 211) Financial Accounting I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Accounting as the language of business; Financial statements; Accounting records: The Ledger, the journal, the trial balance; Measuring business profit and completing the accounting cycle; Adjusting entries and preparing the financial statements; Accounting for merchandising activities; Accounting for current assets, fixed assets and current liabilities. ECON 211 (EKON 211) Microeconomics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Demand, supply, and price determination; elasticity; theory of consumer behaviour; theory of production and costs; determination of output level in competitive and non-competitive markets; pricing of factors of production; general equilibrium analysis; welfare economics. HUM 302 (İNB 302) Sources of Contemporary Europe and Modern Ethics 3(2+2+0) ECTS 5,00 The course focuses on the continuities and transformations observed in the Mediterranean and European civilizations from the beginning of the 18th century to the present with special emphasis on the evolution of modern ethics during this period. Enlightenment, its relation to humanism, modernism, and the development of modern ethics; the inception of nationalisms in Europe, the impact of revolutions as well as the major themes and events of 20th century are explored both with a view to their intrinsic characteristics and their effect on the shaping of contemporary Europe. STAT 201 (İSTA 201) Business Statistics I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Descriptive statistics; fundamental concepts of probability; random variables; probability distributions (binomial, geometrical, hyper-geometrical, Poisson, normal and Student's distributions); sampling theory; point estimation and interval estimation. TAR 201 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution I 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 In this course the meaning and the importance of the Turkish Revolution , the conditions which led to the Turkish Revolution , the enviroment and the developments,the National War of Independence under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal Pasha, the founding of the new Turkish State that is totally independent that rests upon national sovereignty, Ataturk as a genious soldier, as a great statesman, as a reformer and as a perfect organiser are presented. BA 212 (İŞ 212) Financial Accounting II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Forms of business organisations; Accounting systems; Generally accepted accounting principles; Turkish uniform accounting system; Partnership accounting; Corporate accounting; Cash Flow statements; Tax accounting. ECON 212 (EKON 212) Macroeconomics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 National income and models of national income determination; problem of economic growth, unemployment, and inflation; fiscal policy; money and monetary policy; international trade and finance. S0250403 (S0260403) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 3,00 STAT 202 (İSTA 202) Business Statistics II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Tests of hypotheses (Z, t, x2, and F tests); Simple regression and correlation; Multiple regression and correlation; Problems of multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, and auto-correlation; Dummy variables; Index numbers; time-series analysis; non parametric statistics. TAR 202 Principles of Atatürk and History of the Revolution II 2(2+0+0) ECTS 2,00 The struggle of the Turkish Nation to go above the level of the contemporary nations with all its institutions and values, Principles and Revolutions of Ataturk,Ataturk's School of thought, Turkey's national and international politics during Ataturk's leadership, Second World War and Turkey and the transition period to the multi political party era in Turkey. ECON 321 (EKON 321) International Economics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Classical and neoclassical theories of international trade; Heckscher-Ohlin theory; Stolper-Samuelson theory, contemporary theories; tariffs and subsidies; quotas; efforts for trade liberalisation; economic integration; balance of payments; foreign exchange markets. ECON 323 (EKON 323) Monetary Economics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Introduction to Money and Financial Systems; Fundamentals of Interest Rates; Investment Institutions and Banking Sector, Central Bank; Money Supply; Money, National Income and the Price Level; Goals, Targets, Instruments and Impacts of Monetary Policy; International Monetary System, Monetary System of European Union. FIN 331 (FİNS 331) Financial Management I 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Introduction to business finance; financial environment and interest rates; analysis of financial statements; financial planning and control; risk and rates of return; time value of money; bond and stock valuation; working capital policy; management of cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable and inventories; short-term financing. ECON 322 (EKON 322) Econometrics 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Classical linear regression model; relaxing the assumptions of the classical linear regression model (problems of multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, auto-correlation, and specification errors); dummy variables; selected topics in econometrics. FIN 328 (FİNS 328) Financial Markets and Institutions 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Financial claims; interest rates and markets; Financial intermediaries and their role in the economy; Government's role in the financial sector; Managing financial intermediaries with special emphasis on interest rate risk, credit risk, and foreign exchange risk. FIN 332 (FİNS 332) Financial Management II 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Capital budgeting; project cash flows and risk; the cost of capital; capital structure; dividend policy; common stock financing; investment banking; long-term debt financing; financial derivatives; corporate restructuring; multinational finance. CDS 490 (KGS 490) Cultural Development Seminar 0(0+1+0) ECTS 1,00 This seminar intends to enhance a student's knowledge of social, cultural, and scientific aspects, to acquint with the expert thoughts of respected fields. This course evaluates a student's participation in extracurricular activities. A student is required to participate in at least two activities each semester, making a total of at least 16 activities for eight semesters. ECON 429 (EKON 429) Research Methods in Economics and Finance 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Principles of research in the areas of business and administration, choosing the research topic, research proposing, the essentials of research survey, determination of research strategies, primary and secondary data and basic criteria of data- gathering, sampling and types of sampling, organizing and analysing data, writing and presenting a research project. FIN 421 (FİNS 421) International Finance 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Overview of multinational finance; International flow of funds; Foreign exchange, futures and option markets; Government influence on exchange rates; Parity conditions in International Financial markets; exchange rate risk management; Measurement and management of translation, transactions and economic exposures; Short term asset and liability management: Long term asset and liability management; International banking; International capital markets. S0250705 (S0260705) Internship 0(0+0+0) ECTS 5,00 ECON 422 (EKON 422) Turkish Economy 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Developments in the Turkish economy from its establishment; analysis of the Turkish economy with special emphasis on its structure; economic trends, problems, and policies; Globalization and Turkish economy; relations between European Union and Turkey. EF 492 (EKF 492) Graduation Project 3(0+6+0) ECTS 6,00 Students are required to write and present a research project in order to qualify for graduation. The project will be written under the supervision of an advisor, and has to be defended orally in front of a jury. Students are expected to prove that they can utilize the knowledge and skills they have acquired during their studies. This experience will furnish them with the opportunity to apply scientific methods, improve their written and oral skills. FIN 432 (FİNS 432) Investment Management 3(3+0+0) ECTS 6,00 Expected return and risk; Securities and securities markets; Sources of financial information; Market Indices; Determinants of securities prices; Portfolio analysis; Capital Assets Pricing Model; Bond Valuation; Yield curve; Interest rate risk; Default risk and purchasing power risk; Equity valuation; Movements of stock prices and technical analysis; Portfolio selection; Investment performance evaluation; Derivatives. [-]