Eligible applicants must hold a Bachelor's or Master's degree awarded by a recognized higher education institution. It is required to have an English language international B2 certificate (upper intermediate) such as FCE, IELTS (min. 6.0 points), IBT (min. 87 points), TOEFL (min. 510 points).
ARIMA is a Joint Master Degree Programme in Quantitative Asset and Risk Management provided by 3 universities:
- University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna (Austria),
- University of Bologna (Italy),
- University of Economics in Katowice (Poland).
During the first two semesters students follow the courses at the Faculty of Finance and Insurance in Katowice. The third semester is an obligatory exchange semester at one of the partner universities (two blocks of three weeks each). The programme is completed by a written thesis and diploma exam. As a result the graduates receive a master degree diploma awarded by all partner universities.