University: University of Economics
Faculty: Faculty of the national economy
Place of study: Bratislava
Type of studies: full-time studies
Language of studies: English language
Level of studies: Master level
Length of studies: 2 years
Tuition fees: 2000€ per year
Deadline for application: end of February
About the program: Practically oriented and intellectually stimulating, the MFT will provide you with the skills and abilities you need for your international career in finance. The curriculum has been designed to give you a solid quantitative base and a thorough understanding of financial operations in a variety of sectors. The program covers public finance, taxation, corporate finance, experimental economics and capital markets. MFT graduates have taken up careers as brokers, bankers, and analysts, in international financial institutions, private equity and consulting.
Program structure: The curriculum of the program consists of compulsory and elective courses. The compulsory courses provide you strong grounding in financial risk management, business finance, public behavioral finance, experimental economics, analysis and prognosis in finance. Next, you will have an opportunity to specialise according to your preference choosing some of the electives in finance, taxes or international finance. You can also choose from a selection of optional courses or to spend up to two semesters at one of our partner universities abroad and to finish Double Degree.
Admission requirements: The program is open to applicants with a bachelor’s degree in finance, management, economics and business-related disciplines (e.g. commerce, finance, travel and tourism, etc.). Candidates having bachelor degree in other than business and management related discipline are not eligible to be accepted. Applicants who have not finished their bachelor’s studies by the date of admission must provide an official confirmation of their ongoing studies along with the expected date of graduation. They can be given a conditional offer with the final decision to be taken upon delivery of the proof of a completed bachelor’s program. The selection is based on the review of submitted documents. There is no written examination, but online interview may be part of the admission process. During an interview, candidate’s motivation for studying of the selected study program, basic orientation in professional issues, language level, as well as orientation in the basic realities of Slovakia are checked. Disclosure: We reserve the right to not open the program in case not enough number of eligible candidates is selected. In such case, candidates are offered the opportunity to be admitted to a degree programme in English (offered by the same faculty) which opens.