What will they teach me?
The "Finance and Credit" profile provides broad general financial and credit training and on this basis the choice of students for their future profession - a banker or a financier. As on other profiles of the direction "Economics", instruction begins with the study of general disciplines (humanitarian, economic, mathematical). At the 2 nd and 3 rd courses, the study of specialized financial and credit disciplines ("Money, credit, banks", "Finance", "Investments", "Taxes and taxation", "Organization of the commercial bank", "Financial management" and etc.). On the 4th course, students are offered a wide range of elective courses, aimed at deepening vocational training.
When teaching students receive a wide field for the realization of creative and scientific abilities. At the graduating departments there are scientific laboratories, circles, participation in the activities of which allows students not only to do research work, but also to get acquainted directly with Saratov bankers and financiers, conduct business games, carry out applied research of the banking market, and also practice banking techniques Business.
Who can I work with?
Economists of financial and credit profile, having the opportunity to choose their specialization, can work in financial services of enterprises of all forms of ownership, in all parts of the financial and banking system of the country, state and municipal government.
The Finance and Credit Faculty and the graduating departments maintain friendly and business relations with the majority of Saratov banks, as well as with the financial services of the largest enterprises of Saratov and Saratov Region. The process of teaching students is ensured by concluded agreements on cooperation with them, which gives students a full-fledged practice and the opportunity to decide the issue of their future employment even while studying at the institute.
In addition, graduates of each of the three chairs have the opportunity to continue their studies in the magistracy, and later in graduate school.