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Programme: Economics and Management of Public Administration

Degree: Bachelor

Language: English

Faculty: Faculty of Economics

About the programme: The programme consists of two parts: 1) Public administration – provides an overview of theoretical fundamentals and limits of modern public administration. It examines conventional management functions in legal sphere performed by public administrators, as well as current issues and problems in the respective field. It provides a conceptual and practical framework for graduates wishing to proceed further with careers in public sector and non‑governmental organisations. 2) Regional development – examines dimensions and causes of regional growth and development, theories that give explanation of growth and decline of regional economies, and policies and strategies used to endorse regional development. The programme deals with programming and project management in public sector with a special focus on regional and structural policy of the European Union. Objective of the programme is to provide graduates with analytical skills necessary for careers in public administration either at national, regional or municipal level, in public sector and non‑governmental organisations, as specialists in programming and strategic planning, etc.

Tuition fee: 3,500 – 5,000 €/academic year

Programme: Finance, Banking and Investment

Degree: Bachelor

Language: English

Faculty: Faculty of Economics

About the programme: The programme consists of three parts: 1) Finance – introduction to basic finance. Programme graduates gain useful skills, analytical tools and perspectives, which provide a sound basis for financial decisionmaking. 2) Banking – prepares graduates to become successful in the respective field, which demands effective banking skills. Successful bankers are gregarious and assertive. The aim is to bring graduates in contact with real-life banking problems, through which they also acquire a number of managerial techniques. 3) Investment – covers investments and asset pricing, option and derivatives pricing, and portfolio management with applications to financial models and data. Objective of the programme is to provide graduates with analytical skills necessary for careers in financial services and functional filed of financial management. Financial services include investment banks, commercial banks, real estate sector and developers, broking companies, independent financial advisers, insurance companies and related services.

Tuition fee: 3,500 – 5,000 €/academic year

Programme: Economics and Management in Public Administration

Degree: Master

Language: English

Faculty: Faculty of Economics

About the programme: The programme consists of two parts: 1) Public administration – provides an overview of theoretical fundamentals, substance and limits of modern public administration. It examines conventional management functions in legal sphere performed by public administrators, as well as current issues and problems in the respective field. 2) Regional development – examines dimensions and causes of regional growth and development, theories that give explanation of growth and decline of regional economies, and policies and strategies used to endorse regional development. The programme is dealing with programming and project managing in public sector with a special focus on regional and structural policy of the European Union. Objective of the programme is to provide graduates with analytical skills necessary for careers in public administration either at national, regional or municipal level. It provides a conceptual and practical framework for students wishing to proceed further with careers in public sector and non‑governmental organisations, working as specialists in programming and strategic planning, using analytical methods and tools of regional and municipal policy.

Tuition fee: 3,500 – 6,000 €/academic year

Programme: Finance, Banking and Investment

Degree: Master

Language: English

Faculty: Faculty of Economics

About the programme: The programme consists of three parts: 1) Finance – introduction to basic finance. Programme graduates gain useful skills, analytical tools and perspectives, which provide a sound basis for financial decision‑making. 2) Banking – prepares graduates to become successful in the respective field, which demands effective banking skills. Successful bankers are gregarious and assertive. The aim is to bring graduates in contact with real-life banking problems, through which graduates also acquire a number of managerial techniques. 3) Investment – covers investments and asset pricing, option and derivatives pricing, and portfolio management with applications to financial models and data. Objective of the programme is to provide graduates with analytical skills necessary for careers in financial services and functional field of financial management. Financial services include investment banks, commercial banks, real estate sector and developers, broking companies, independent financial advisers, insurance companies and related services.

Tuition fee: 3,500 – 6,000 €/academic year

Introductory campaign

The main condition for admission to the 1 st level (bachelor) is the presence of a complete general secondary education or full secondary vocational education.

Fee for the procedure of admission Normal application form: 25 € Electronic application form: 20 €

Documents required for admission

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