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MCP in International Financial Management

 

   

 

The Master Certificate program in International Financial Management provides a two-semester long education for 30 credits, combining 6 courses. It prepares future managers to deal with an organization's financial operations in a global context.

The compulsory curriculum of the program is as follows:

Fall term

Spring term

Cost-Benefit Analysis

Institutions of the Public Sector

Public Economics and Finance

Globalization, Financial Crises and Development

Health Policy and Finance

Public Financial Management

Electives

Electives

 

The admission requirements:

Applicants of the non-degree programs need to have a Bachelor’s degree and a complete application package that contains the following items:
• A completed Application form
• An authenticated copy of the BA/BSc degree and an official transcript of studies OR a certificate of student status from the home university   
• Curriculum Vitae
• A motivation letter
• A copy of applicant’s passport

Application deadline: 15th December 2016

Application fee: 110 EUR

Tuition fee: EUR 1950

(for ERASMUS and CORVINUS students 660 EUR)

How to pay your tuiton fee?

 

The application procedure:

The Faculty welcomes applications to  the non-degree programs the entire academic year. The non-degree programs are launched twice a year (in September and in February).

Application packages have to be posted in hard copy to the postal address of Corvinus University of Budapest OR have to be sent in an electronic form to info.economics@uni-corvinus.hu. Successful candidates receive the certificate of acceptance in online form via E-mail, as well as in hard copy via post so that, in case it is applicable, the visa application procedure can be started in time.

Further information:

Please send us an e-mail at  info.economics(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu.

Last modified: 2017.01.10.

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