Practically-oriented and intellectually stimulating, the MIF 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 thorough understanding of financial operations in a variety of sectors. The programme covers banking, taxation, corporate finance, and capital markets. MIF graduates have taken up careers as brokers, bankers, analysts, in international financial institutions, private equity and consulting.
The curriculum of the programme consists of mandatory and elective courses. The mandatory courses provide you strong grounding in microeconomics, finance, taxation, and controlling. Next, you will have an opportunity to specialise according to your preference choosing some of the electives. You can also choose from a selection of optional courses or to spend up to two semesters at one of our partner universities abroad.
The programme is open to applicants with a bachelor’s degree in finance, economics or related disciplines.
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 completed bachelor’s degree.
The selection is based on the review of submitted documents.
The UEBA offers a number of scholarships for Ukrainian students to fully cover the tuition fees and part of the living costs. [link]
Talented students with excellent academic performance are eligible for UEBA’s scholarship.
A number of external scholarships is also available. Please contact Slovak Academic Information Agency to find more. [link]
Students from Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia, Ukraine and the rest of the Visegrad countries can be considered for the Visegrad Scholarship. [link]
Please note that these are external scholarship schemes and are not administrated by the UEBA.
Use the opportunity to pursue the MIF as a joint degree programme in partnership with one of the best European business schools, Nottingham Trent University (NTU). NTU has been recently named University of the Year at Times Higher Education awards 2017.
Students are required to spent second semester of the first year at NTU. They pass their final exams at NTU and defend their thesis at the UEBA. In addition to a MSc. diploma issued jointly by NTU and the UEBA, graduates are also awarded a regular MSc. from the UEBA.