Management and Finance
Social sciences
Bachelor Programme
Mode of studies: 
full-time programme
6 semesters
Tuition fee: 
2500 EUR/year for students from outside the EU/EFTA.
Degree awarded: 
Bachelor in Management and Finance
Application deadline: 
Friday, 14 August, 2020
Day of semester start: 
Thursday, 1 October, 2020
Credits (ECTS): 
Admission requirements: 

A high school diploma, a transcript of records showing the subjects/grades and a certificate of proficiency in English (unless the secondary education was taught in English) are required. For detailed information about the admission procedure please visit: www.iso.uni.lodz.pl

Management and Finance

The study programme described herein leads to an award of a BA in Management and Finance. The objective of this study programme is to educate specialists capable of working as middle level officers in business corporations and as assistants to top managers in various organisations, especially in business corporations. The graduates are to acquire knowledge and skills necessary to use appropriate management methods and tools, including financial and accounting techniques used for supporting management processes in a professional and ethical way. The BA in Management and Finance study programme is addressed to individuals ready to work in organisations characterised by demanding norms and standards and operating in multi-cultural, global environment. The candidates are expected to have the capacity of communicating in English as well as an openness for cooperation, ability to think logically, identify and structure problems. The candidates should be genuinely interested in economic and social processes. Graduates of the BA in Management and Finance study programme will obtain the fundamental knowledge in social sciences and will become acquainted with techniques and methods of supporting management processes in business organisations – in particular related to finance and accounting. The graduates will also obtain the skills necessary to use these techniques professionally. In particular the graduates will be capable of identifying and structuring problems of organisations. They will be capable of preparing high quality information for decision making by internal as well as external stakeholders. They will know contemporary principles governing preparation of financial statements, commonly adopted cost accounting and managerial accounting methods as well as fundamentals of financial management. The graduates will be poised to search for optimal solutions to organisational problems based on acquired knowledge and skills and to implement these solutions in a professional and ethical way.