FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING
with opportunity of ACCA Qualification
The opportunity for you
Take up a 2-year programme in Warsaw, Poland and obtain not only a Master’s degree in Finance and Accounting from the SGH Warsaw School of Economics, a world class university, but also obtain the ACCA Qualification, an internationally recognised professional qualification.
Not just a recognised Master’s degree in finance
Our Master’s studies in Finance and Accounting at SGH Warsaw School of Economics provide:
- finance oriented knowledge which enlarges the knowledge of financial management of business entities, including financial institutions
- expert knowledge giving good basis to practice professional work and to continue further education
- competencies that enable work as an expert or manager in a given field of finance or accounting or business self-employment
- certified/licensed qualifications in Poland and abroad with preparation to take up Phd studies
Graduates will be recognized on the international labour market by outstanding knowledge and practical skills. Our continuous effort to raise education levels enabled us to reach professional heights like the ACCA qualification.
Master in „Finance and Accounting” is accredited by ACCA and offers full support and resources to enable candidates to complete their ACCA examinations before they graduate from university. The programme is led by SGH Warsaw School of Economics and EY Academy of Business and it is intensive, interactive and case study based. This is a full time programme.
The ACCA Qualification is one of the most highly respected international business qualifications all around the world. A very large number of international companies see it as a credible and comprehensive business qualification providing a wide spectrum of skills and tools.
ACCA equips you with highly practical, analytical, financial and management skills which help you immediately and directly in their everyday work. Employers are therefore in constant search for such individuals.
ACCA is showing an unprecedented rate of growth in many countries and industries and students that are interested to make a successful career in business will find that being members of ACCA will give them an immediate comparative advantage in any market and any industry they wish to work. Graduates of the Finance and Accounting Master Studies are exempt from nine ACCA papers and prepared to pass another five.
This Master Studies two year programme is for candidates that aim for a business career and therefore need financial and managerial skills to apply in a practical context. No previous education in Finance is required as long as the candidate is not scared of mathematics and statistics and is ready to learn proper business language skills to be able to write clear and effective reports. Therefore all Bachelor graduates from any discipline are welcome to apply, as well as any Masters graduate that need financial tool.
Fee: EUR 2,550 per semester
Polish citizens: Candidate registration in the Online Admission System starts on 10 May and closes on 19 June. Supplementary registration will be open from 1 August till 8 September
Foreigners: Registration starts on 10 May and closes on 11 July. Supplementary registration will be open from 1 August till 25 August
Questions about ACCA
EY Academy of Business
Mobile: + 48 573 339 189
Master Studies Finance and Accounting courses
- Financial Econometrics I
- Managerial Economics
- Development Economics
- Public Sector Economics
- Business Ethics
- Financial Engineering
- Monetary Policy
- Investment Portfolio
- Financial and Tax Law
- Cost Accounting
- Management Accounting
- Advanced Financial Accounting
- Bank Management
- Accountant in Business
- Accounting and Financial Reporting under IFRS
- Advanced Financial Reporting under IFRS
- Advanced Financial Strategies
- Advanced Management Accounting
- Advanced Performance Management
- Corporate Governance
- External and Internal Auditing
- Financial Management
- Group Accounting
- Polish Business Tax
- Strategic Business Planning and Analysis