What will they teach me?
The profile "Banking" is initially focused on work in the bank. From the second year you will begin to comprehend the basics of the banking profession while studying the discipline "Money, credit, banks". From the 3rd year, the circle of professionally oriented disciplines will expand, it will include such subjects as "Investments", "International currency and credit relations", "Financial markets", "Organization of the commercial bank", etc. On the 4th course, banking specialization will deepen due to a wide range of elective disciplines, such as Bank Management, Banking Marketing, Financial Analysis of a Commercial Bank, and many others.
Some of the elective courses and electives offered to students are unique, authoritative, and our university is the only one where you can study them. Particular attention is paid to the production of their own educational literature, and our teachers are the authors of many popular textbooks and teaching aids in banking, for which students from many universities of the country are studying.
Who can I work with?
Economists of the banking profile can work both in commercial banks (these are the main employers for our graduates), but also in the Bank of Russia system. A qualified banker will also be happy to hire other financial and credit organizations, as well as financial departments of enterprises of all sectors of the economy. Thanks to wide basic economic training, our graduates are also in great demand in the economic services of enterprises and organizations, state and municipal authorities.
The Finance and Credit Faculty and the graduating departments maintain friendly and business relations with the majority of Saratov banks, as well as with branches of out-of-town banks. The process of teaching students is ensured by concluded cooperation agreements with the banks of Saratov and the Saratov region, which gives students a full-fledged practice and the opportunity to decide on their future employment in the period of study at the institute.
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