Public Finance and Economics
The Public Finance and Economics study programme is not only for people interested in working in public administration (at municipal and regional authorities, ministries, and institutions of these offices in operation), but for anyone who wants to understand the relationships between the public and private sectors, whether they later find employment in the private, public, or non-governmental non-profit sector. Students are encouraged to employ critical thinking during their study and strengthen their capacity for analysis and reasoning. They gain a deep knowledge of the system of public finance and on the effective management of public funds, both on the part of public revenues (tax system, the administration of taxes and fees), and on the side of public expenditures in various spheres. An integral part of the field is the issue of public policies, especially the evaluation of their redistributive impacts and their impact on the efficiency of the public and private sector.
Practical training is not part of this study program.
Graduates assume management positions in regional and municipal administrative bodies, government agencies, municipal companies, and European institutions. Many pursue careers in the private sector as well as non-profit management, where they work as directors, fundraisers, PR and communications experts, project managers, and economists.
Graduates will be able to work in fields such as employment and social security, health service, social services, education, culture, physical culture, and sports. They will be able to work as skilled economists in the spheres of housing and technical infrastructure, and in the field of public administration. They will be able to find work in the field of tax and duty administration.
Students of this program are mainly trained for the performance of economic and administrative professions in the public and non-governmental, non-profit sector. The development of critical thinking and the ability to evaluate public policies from an international perspective also creates prerequisites for employment in public sector research organizations or agencies influencing the public policies.
Data from the previous admission procedure (15 Jun – 15 Oct 2021)
Our Master's degree programmes are open to students holding a Bachelor's or equivalent degree. Applicants must have a good command of the English language. Please see https://www.econ.muni.cz/how-to-apply for complete information on how to apply or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.For application process, the applicant needs to attach the following documents to the e-application:
- Complete e-application form - online in Masaryk University Information System
- Personal data form
- Curriculum Vitae
- Certified copy of Bachelor's diploma
- Certified copy of Final transcript
- Statement of purpose
- English language certificate
All application materials must be in English or in Czech.
Criteria for evaluation
Information available at: https://www.econ.muni.cz/en/admissions/masters-studies/application-requirements
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After completing the Master’s degree study programme, it is possible to continue further studies in any doctoral degree study programme (after satisfying the admission requirements).
|Provided by||Faculty of Economics and Administration|
|Type of studies|
|Standard length of studies||2 years|
|Language of instruction||English|
The studies are subject to tuition, fees are paid per academic year
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