|Study location||Poland, Katowice|
|Nominal duration||3 lata / 3 years|
|Tuition fee||PLN5,000.00 per semester|
|Application fee||PLN85.00 one-time|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
EU and EFTA applicants and holders of the Polish charter (Karta Polaka) may choose to follow the procedure for international applicants and be admitted based on the Rector’s decision, or follow the admission procedure applicable to Polish citizens (ranking based on grades).
Finance & Accounting for Business is a full-time Bachelor’s degree programme delivered at the Faculty of Finance and Insurance.
Employment prospects: finance and corporate accounting, controlling, business analysis, financial institutions: banks, insurance companies, investment funds
The programme has been designed for students who want to:
- discover the world of finance,
- get an insight into the decision-making processes for companies’ financing and investments,
- learn to analyse, develop and present the data on the company’s financial and economic standing,
- learn to include the crucial factors for efficient financial management,
- find out the role of accounting and its importance,
- refine their English skills.
The graduate of the programme will have acquired up-to-date knowledge of accounting and corporate finance, investment profitability account, taxation of companies, limiting and managing financial risk, and investing in the capital market, as well as the following skills:
drawing up financial reports,
using relevant information to make business decisions,
implementing IT tools to record and analyze financial information,
making informed decisions in applying the company’s competitive strategy,
using specialist English.
On completion of the Finance and Accounting for Business programme the Graduate is well prepared to undertake employment in the financial and accounting departments. He or she is capable of making independent financial decisions and effective performing the tasks assigned within financial accounting of units conducting business and social activity.
In particular the Graduate display contemporary knowledge adjusted to the requirements of the European labour market in areas such as:
Financial markets and institutions activity and associated instruments
Holding investment profitability account
Making tax decision
Managing and limiting financial risk
Investing in capital market
The Graduate understands the principles of corporate financial management based on CSR. He or she is able to collect data in the financial accounting system, understands the principles of developing financial statements and is able to exercise information included for decision making process of business and managerial character. The Graduate is skilled in IT tools for corporate financial decision making process and recording and analysing financial information. He or she demonstrates skills in selecting and utilising opportunities within implemented corporate competitiveness strategy.
Business and finance related departments:
Types of prospective employers:
Leasing and factoring companies
International companies outsourcing within finance and accounting (growing market in Silesian region!)