The curriculum of the Financial Analyst specialization consists of general university subjects and specific financial subjects, with a focus on the investment process. Students will acquire the necessary knowledge, skills and competence in the following modules of study: Economics, Quantitative Methods, Corporate Finance and Reporting, Financial Markets and Instruments, Law and Ethics, and Social Sciences, complemented by a selection of modules chosen by the student according to individual interests. The curriculum covers all of the topics included in Level 1 of the CFA Program. The study program is closely linked to the needs of business practice. Our goal is to produce graduates who are sought after by employers in the financial markets, both in Poland and abroad. Our undergraduate studies within the Financial Analyst educational path allow students to gain a Bachelor Degree in Finance and Accounting and also the knowledge needed to succeed in the first level of the prestigious CFA exam, which opens up opportunities for a career in the world of finance. Among the lecturers, students will find university professors as well as practitioners with recognized professional positions in the financial markets. A graduate of first level Financial Analyst studies can work for listed companies, banks, investment funds, other financial institutions and capital market monitoring organizations.
High school diploma grades/ High school exam grades in three out of seven subjects:
Value of each grade is 1/3.