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Accounting is a field of study that involves the analysis of a company or organization’s economic activities. This information is then reported back to either management, creditors, or investors. Accounting can also be referred to as financial reporting.
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Master's Program in Accounting in Poland
The MSc program prepares students for active careers in international, multicultural business environment. [+]
In 2017 our Master in Finance program was ranked 15th in the world by the Financial Times!
The Master's in Finance and Accounting program is designed in close cooperation with practitioners - representatives of companies and financial institutions. It Delivers in-depth specialized knowledge and develops skills of analyzing complex business problems through combining financial and accounting information with knowledge from other areas. Students will get knowledge about advanced financial tools and techniques and develop skills of their application through workshops and real-life case studies. Through the program, students will be able to develop data gathering and analyses skills, communication skills and ability to use IT tools effectively.... [-]
Studies on "Finance, Accounting and Insurance" are intended for people who have a bachelor's, master's or equivalent in each direction. The second cycle complement the knowledge gained at the undergraduate level [+]
Master in Finance, Accounting and InsuranceFinance, Insurance and Accounting, Master Degree of Finance, Accounting and Insurance Full-time (daily) - the limit of 200 Duration: 2 years - 4 semesters
Studies on "Finance, Accounting and Insurance" are intended for people who have a bachelor's, master's or equivalent in each direction. The second cycle complement the knowledge gained at the undergraduate degree in finance and accounting as well as broaden the knowledge directional by selecting one of two specializations: "Corporate Finance and Accounting" and "Management of financial institutions." Specialization is chosen during the first semester; Specialization classes start of the second semester. Specialization will be launched in case of reporting on it at least 50 candidates. After passing the exam courses, writing a thesis and passing the examination, students are awarded the Master's degree in Finance, Accounting and Insurance. Broad international cooperation of the Faculty of Management with more than 60 European universities in the framework of the ERASMUS program and with many universities from the USA and Asia, allows students to download the study at foreign universities. Faculty of Management applies the European Credit Transfer System (European Credit Transfer System, ECTS). Studies on "Finance, Accounting and Insurance" to educate a professional profile with full qualifications in finance, accounting and insurance. This knowledge is to be of a general nature, firmly rooted in contemporary theories of the functioning of financial markets, accounting and its international standards. At the same time, they achieved qualification, consisting of acquired learning outcomes are the basis... [-]