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Finances and Accounting with a specialization Financial Analyst

Full time Bachelor’s course

Duration:3 years (6 semesters)
Deadline:Application from May to July 30th
ECTS points:180
Tuition: € 1 750 per semester
Min. no. of students: 25
Institution:Faculty of Management



You need:

• Secondary School Diploma

• Language certificate in English (at least B2 level)

For detailed list of requirements, see this [opens in new tab].


You will graduate as a candidate that is attractive for employers and ready for professional challenges on the financial market, both in Poland and abroad. You will get strong foundation of investment analysis thanks to study program that is closely linked to the needs of business practice.

You will get the knowledge needed to succeed in the Level 1 of the CFA exam which is the first step towards obtaining a CFA designation and opens the way for a career in the world of finance.

Learn more about CFA Program:

You can be sure of high quality of studies thanks to patronage of CFA Society Poland and the fact that instruction of the courses is provided by the university professors as well as experts from the financial industry.

Moreover, you will have various opportunities to develop your potential: in foreign exchange within the Erasmus Program, during internships in banks and other financial institutions, on guest lectures as well as in activities of students’ scientific clubs.

You may also join prestigious competitions such as CFA Research Challenge and CFA Ethics Challenge and organize CFA-Day where you can take part in professional workshops and meet investment experts. There is also an opportunity to apply for CFA Scholarship which offers a discount in CFA exam fees.

Economic Campus is located in Sopot within 15 min driving distance from the main campus. You will love the place since the City of Sopot offers you one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, many cultural and sport events and a vibrant night life.

Main subjects


Quantitative Methods

Corporate Finance and Reporting

Financial Markets and Instruments

Law and Ethics

Social Sciences

Subjects are complemented by a selection of subjects chosen by the student according to individual interests.

The curriculum covers all topics included in CFA Program Level 1.

Employment perspectives

As a Financial Analyst you may find employment opportunities at listed companies, banks, investment funds, other financial institutions and market monitoring organizations. According to CFA Institute data the top 11 global employers of CFA charterholders include: JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, UBS, RBC, HSBC, Wells Fargo, Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, Smith Barney, BlackRock, and Citigroup.