About Quantitative Asset and Risk Management (ARIMA)
- University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna (Austria);
- University of Bologna (Italy);
- Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaşi (Romania);
- University of Economics in Katowice (Poland).
The program is targeted at the graduates of a bachelor degree fluent in the English language, economics, finance, mathematics, statistics and MS Excel.
The main objective is to provide in-depth knowledge on mechanisms of functioning financial markets through combining elements of asset management with risk management. Distinctive feature of the program is concentrating didacting process on learning the phenomena of penetrating the risk through each aspect of asset management. The program aims at improving graduate’s chances on the labour market particularly through developing and improving linguistic skills, knowledge in the business ethics and practice in financial management. Close cooperation with the business representatives – who actively participate in the program delivery – enables combining theory with practice. Additionally the students have the opportunity to broaden their perspectives by participating in mobility offered within the program.
Graduates receive the Master’s Diploma of the University of Economics in Katowice and – on completion of 30 ECTS in one of Partner Institution – Diploma of the Partner Institution...[read more]
University of Economics in Katowice delivering ARIMA program is the first Polish university to receive CFA Accreditation. CFA Institute has accepted University of Economics in Katowice to the Program University Recognition.