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Graduates of the Finance and Taxes (hereinafter referred to asFaD) study programme at the second level will acquire deeper theoretical and practical knowledge, especially in the field of financial risk management, business finance, public behavioural finance, experimental economics, analyses and forecasts in finance, and similarly in microeconomics and macroeconomics. The graduate is profiled by knowledge of finance theory, banking and taxation. They have the opportunity to specialise in three specialisations: Finance, Taxation, International Finance. Graduates have advanced knowledge of finance, taxation and international finance, and are familiar with methods of quantification, model simulation and verification, enabling them to creatively assess the basic economic and financial context in these areas. It also has an overview of current financial, macroeconomic, global, European, economic and political contexts. Upon completion of the programme, graduates will be able to independently find solutions to more complex problems and contexts in the field of finance and taxation, while their profile is complemented by the ability to think independently, to design decisions and to work as a team.Within the courses in the three blocks of specialisations, students can go on to become specialists inFinance,Taxation orInternationalFinance. They also havehtheeopportunityytooacquireeadditionallspecialisationnwithhtheeUniversityyof PeacockdUniversityyanddtheeMScJointdDiplomayanddMScJointdDiplomayFinance. InternationalFinance NotinghamTrentUniversity.

The necessity of such a group of vertically related specialisations to the first degree programme in Finance, Banking and Insurance is caused by the progress in the field of financial theory, the process of globalisation of the world economy, world financial markets, the intensity of integration processes, as well as the demand for studying these programmes in the Slovak Republic and abroad. Without mastering the basics of theory, knowledge of the processes that take place within the domestic and world economy, as well as without mastering modern analytical and forecasting methods, it is not possible to occupy the more demanding professions related to the issues of modern finance.

Studying the study programme in English also means the possibility of offering this programme to applicants from abroad.At the same time, it is also an offer for those students who will be interested in completing part of their studies at Pavia University (double diploma) or NottinghamTrentUniversity(joint diplomaMSc.) as part of their studies at the second cycle. Studying in English also creates further opportunities for graduates to find employment abroad or in international companies operating in the Slovak Republic.



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Conditions of admission

Admission conditions for the 2nd level are specified in the Admissions Policy Information about the admission conditions for the 2nd level is published on the website: https://nhf.euba.sk/www_write/files/fakulta/d%C3%B4le%C5%BEit%C3%A9_dokumenty/zasady_nhf_2022_2023_final.pdf



Conditions for international students

Foreign applicants have the same conditions as applicants from the Slovak Republic, they must graduate from the Institute of Language and Vocational Training of Comenius University in Bratislava (except for applicants from the Czech Republic. Applicants who have been issued a certificate of a Slovak living abroad according to a special regulation are considered citizens of the Slovak Republic.



Coordinator for students with specific needs

Mgr. Ing. Olha Brytko

Tel.: +421 2 672 95 358

e-mail: olha.byrtko@euba.sk



General information on the admission exam

Information on the entrance exams for the 2nd level of studies is published on the website: https://nhf.euba.sk/www_write/files/fakulta/d%C3%B4le%C5%BEit%C3%A9_dokumenty/zasady_nhf_2022_2023_final.pdf

Notice:

EU in Bratislava will only accept an electronic application form that will be created in the Academic Information System (AIS2) of EU in Bratislava. The UE in Bratislava will not accept electronic applications created on the HEI portal (www.portalvs.sk) into its system.

The admission fee can only be paid by bank transfer (not by postal order). A bank transfer order is not proof of payment of the admission fee. A bank account statement or a receipt for payment or a receipt for payment from online banking may be accepted as proof of payment.



Form of entrance exam

Information about the form of the entrance exam for the 2nd level of studies is published at: https://nhf.euba.sk/www_write/files/fakulta/d%C3%B4le%C5%BEit%C3%A9_dokumenty/zasady_nhf_2022_2023_final.pdf



  • Apply the application for study

    01.11.2021 - 30.04.2022

  • Performance of the entrance exam

    01.05.2022 - 02.07.2022

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Anticipated number of applicants to be accepted
50


Annual tuition fees
Standard length of study: cost free
Study longer than the standard length of study program, parallel studies: 1000 €

The fee for admission procedure
application form: 32 €
E-application form: 32 €

Billing information

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Please note the correct faculty name, the correct faculty variable symbol, and the correct specific symbol.

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Detail of the study program

 
 
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Detail of the study program

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