Would you like to learn how to tackle complex decisions in a modern business environment driven by digital technologies, big data and artificial intelligence? Then this master is exactly what you need!
The Master in Accounting and Finance prepares you for a career as a business manager, consultant, financial specialist, accountant and auditor.
Our programme will enable you to navigate the digital transformation of companies and financial markets. You will acquire the skills to become a successful player in the world of finance. The study programme provides technical knowledge in: financial reporting and control management, financial risk management and optimisation of investment portfolios, management of corporate risks and operational and financial restructuring. This knowledge ensure understanding of corporate dynamics and interpretation of its transformations.
Degree class: LM-77
ECTS credits: 120
Duration of the course: 2 years
Courses will be taught in: Italian, German and English (trilingual)
Places available: 50 EU + 5 non-EU
Tuition fees: € 1.347,50 per year
The courses offered include disciplines from the fields of accounting, finance, law, management, economics. Students can choose among three study tracks:
The curriculum has a practice-oriented approach that exposes students to best practices of management through case-based teaching, small-scale laboratories, presentations by guest speakers and simulations of professional tasks of various complexity. The teaching material is developed in cooperation with professionals, as well as with financial organizations or consulting firms.
We have a Double Degree programme in collaboration with a prestigious university in the United States, Baruch College. The Double Degree is aimed at a small group of students with excellent academic achievement in the first year and good knowledge of languages. Admitted students can attend the Master of Science in Finance or the Master of Science in Accountancy at Baruch College, City University of New York. At the end of the programme, students obtain both the master's degree (laurea magistrale) awarded by unibz and the corresponding "graduate" degree awarded by Baruch College.
At present, scholarships are available for this programme. One of them is funded by the Südtiroler Sparkasse AG, one by the Südtiroler Volksbank AG and one by Bureau Plattner.
Currently the Faculty of Economics and Management offers exchange programs with more than 50 partner universities all over the world.
During the two years of this course, students are required to take an internship - of at least 150 hours - in a local, national or international firm in different sectors (manufacturing, professional services, financial industry) or in a non-profit institution.
The master programme is accredited by prestigious associations that issue international professional certificates in the accounting and financial field. The accreditation certifies the excellence of the quality standards of the programme and its high orientation towards professional practice. The master programme offers students the opportunity to attend courses in preparation for obtaining the following professional certificates:
Interested students will have to take the certification exam provided by the respective association. Reductions in the registration fee for these exams are provided for.
The best graduate of each track of the master programme will be awarded the equivalent of one-year fee of €1.350. Students’ ranking will be determined on the average exams grade. The award ceremony takes place during the Degree Ceremony.
Our graduates aim at the following professional careers:
This study programme also provides access to post-graduate training, such as a PhD programme.
In order to register for the study programme, you will be required to prove that you have a C1 level of competence in the first language and B2 in the second language. If you cannot demonstrate your language proficiency through a recognised language certificate you can take a language exam organised by the Language Centre.
Furthermore, the following selection criteria are taken into consideration:
More information can be found on the Study Manifesto.
Early Bird - for EU and non-EU citizens: 1 March - 26 April 2019, noon
Late Application - for EU citizens only: 20 May - 11 July 2019, noon
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Early Bird: by 17 May 2019
Late Application: by 30 July 2019