Finance – Insurance

Tutors
Assoc. Bogdan Zugravu, PhD.
Assoc. Sebastian Lazăr, PhD.

Prerequisites
Economics

Curriculum

  • Compulsory Courses
    Financial Management of Public Institutions
    Internal Audit 1 (Concepts, Planning and Standards)
    Risk Management
    Corporative Management and the Internal Control System
    Enterprise Assessment
    European Public Finance
    Financial Market Modelling
    Real-Estate Financing
    Property and Personal Insurance
    Elective Courses
    Monetary Policies
    Social Insurance
    Non-Compulsory Courses
    Introduction to Research
  • Compulsory Courses
    Internal Audit 2 (Audit Missions)
    Public Financial Policies
    Prices and Competition
    Comparative Tax Systems
    Taxation and Business Strategies
    Modern Insurances Systems
    Research/ Documentation Internship and Elaboration of the MA Thesis
    Internship
    Financing Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
    Elective Courses
    Tax Procedure
    Research Methods in Finance

SYNERGY IN ACTION

This Master’s programme is designed for graduates of the 1st cycle of study in “Banking and Finance”, but also for all university graduates (Bachelor’s in Economics or other) interested in developing their professional careers. It provides advanced specialised education in Finance, ensuring a solid, sustainable and balanced development of professional careers and providing intellectual value, self-confidence and motivation. Finance-Insurance graduates are quickly integrated into the labour market, due to the skills acquired that offer employment opportunities in both the public and private sectors. From this point of view, the Master’s in Finance and Insurance offers significant competitive advantage.

Skills:

  • Make use of financial methods and techniques, make decisions, and execute complex operations;
  • Analyse, assess and develop projects and financial strategies;
  • Forecast, measure and manage financial risks in various organizations;
  • Manage and optimise financial and insurance products portfolios;
  • Manage and optimise the public institutions financial activity;
  • Plan and coordinate tax, control and audit activities.