Finance and Law
The study programme Finance and Law, which consequently follows the bachelor study programme Finance and Law, is an inter-faculty study programme taught by the Faculty of Economics and Administration MU in the cooperation with the Faculty of Law MU. The study programme aims to continue to deepen financial and legal knowledge focused on the effective management of financial and other institutions (banks, insurance companies, securities brokers, credit unions, pension funds, etc.). The aim of the study is to master the principles of financial management, especially financial market entities with special attention paid to the legal regulation of these areas. Within voluntary courses, students may deepen their knowledge of other areas related to risk management, financial market supervision, accounting systems in various EU member states or tax issues and corresponding legal regulation.
Practical training is not an obligatory part of the study plan of the study programme Finance and Law. Students may attend the voluntary course Working Experience. Within the course students take part in a several-week internship at a selected institution. Students may choose from previously given institutions or they may suggest their own institution which has to be approved by the course guarantor.
Graduates of this study programme will be professionals in economics, management and running business on financial and capital markets with strong ability to understand the complicated legal system regulating this area. The interdisciplinarity represented by the legal component is the fundamental innovation element of the study programme, whose equivalent does not exist in the Czech Republic yet. The innovation element is demanded mainly by the application sphere and supervisory authorities of the financial market. Graduates will have the prerequisites for working in economic, financial and legal departments of financial institutions and in the state administration of financial and capital markets, especially in the middle and higher management, supervisory bodies, at both the Czech and the EU level.
Data from the previous admission procedure (1 Jan – 30 Apr 2020)
You can find detailed information about the admission procedure at ECON.MUNI. Contact information: - questions concerning the electronic application form issues: email@example.com - questions concerning the payment for the electronically submitted application form: firstname.lastname@example.org - questions concerning of various fields of study, study purport and organization: email@example.com.
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Students have a pre-defined list of required courses, which are supplemented with selective and elective courses. The student pays full attention to the single field of study chosen.
An example of your study plan:
After completing the Master’s degree study programme Finance and Law, it is possible to continue further studies in the doctoral study programme Finance at the Faculty of Economics and Administration or in the doctoral study programme Finance Law and Financial Science at the Faculty of Law.
|Provided by||Faculty of Economics and Administration|
|Type of studies|
|Standard length of studies||2 years|
|Language of instruction||Czech|
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