The educational program is aimed at training specialists to work in the global financial markets, in the largest international companies and financial institutions.
The master’s degree program is organized jointly with the University of Glasgow (UK) and Group ESC Troyes (France) (a double degree program). The program is accredited by the international professional organization IMA (Institute of Management Accountants).
The course is held in English, interaction with leading Russian and foreign business structures is established: workshops of top managers, practice in leading investment and audit companies. Due to the certification and practical skills obtained, students receive additional opportunities for successful professional growth in the world's largest companies.
Educational and pre-graduate practice is conducted in Russian and foreign credit and financial institutions, foreign trade organizations, banks and other structures directly related to the master’s degree in Economics, as well as in research institutions, in the International Financial Laboratory and departments as a researcher in the relevant departments.
After graduation students are in demand in international companies (X5 Retail Group, Mars), audit firms (KPMG, Deloitte, Ernst & Young), commercial banks (Gazprombank, Alfa-Bank, VTB Bank JSC), etc.
The study of international experience, basic organization principles and methods of safe multilateral banks’ work in the international capital and services markets with clients and counterparties in an extensive network of financial and credit institutions.
In this course students will gain a systematic understanding of the structure and development trends of international financial markets’ key segments; study the specifics of international financial markets’ functioning.
While studying the discipline, students will master methods of financial analysis of organizations in conjunction with other types of economic analysis; acquire skills in applying modern methods of analysis.
The study of the discipline will allow students to study the methods of financial reporting, the internal control systems’ management used by various organizations.
Basic concepts and conceptual foundations of international taxation. The territorial taxation principle and the residency principle in the system of international tax relations. Double taxation and methods of its elimination
The purpose of the discipline is to give modern knowledge in the field of corporate finance and the financial market, disclosure and interpretation of financial information, as well as the acquisition of managerial decision-making skills in the field of cash flows.
Preparation of students for professional work in financial and economic divisions of various organizations, in government agencies in positions requiring basic higher economic education. The graduate will be able to carry out analytical, organizational (administrative) and educational (teaching) activities in the following areas of economics: functioning markets, financial and information flows, production, and research processes carried out at various enterprises (firms), in educational, research and other organizations, as well as within the framework of public administration. It is planned to practice in partner companies with subsequent employment based on the test results. (KPMG, VTB Bank, Alfa-Bank, etc.).
Classes are taught by the FinU faculty, leading practitioners, as well as professors of Western universities whose professional competencies are confirmed, including foreign academic degrees.
Teaching of all disciplines is conducted in English, interaction with leading Russian and foreign business structures is established: workshops of top managers, practice in leading investment and audit companies.
Due to the acquired practical skills, students can have successful professional growth in the largest companies in the world.
The academic and pre-graduate internships of the 2nd year students of the master’s degree are conducted in Russian and foreign credit and financial institutions, foreign trade organizations, banks and other relevant structures.