UiA offers two specialisations in MSc Business Administration for international applicants:Analytical Finance
The theory of finance is constantly developed and refined. The finance industry changes quickly and produces an ever-increasing volume of data. Consequently, there is a growing need for employees who possess a solid understanding of finance theory and who can process and analyse financial data.
The specialisation in Analytical Finance will provide you with deep knowledge of financial modelling, computer programming skills, and experience in quantitative analysis of financial data. While studying basic financial theory and econometrics, you will focus on combining computer software and real-world data to implement a wide range of financial models. The covered topics include, but are not limited to, portfolio management, asset management, performance evaluation, capital market equilibrium models, pricing of derivative securities, risk measurement, numerical optimization, computer programming, financial econometrics, forecasting and stylized facts about financial markets.
By the time of graduation, you will have an in-depth understanding of financial theory and be proficient in using tools that feature prominently in the practice of modern finance. Upon the graduation, you will possess a competitive advantage for securing an attractive position in a bank, a stock exchange, in security trading, investment, risk management, insurance, government or other financial institutions.
This specialisation requires a high level of knowledge in finance, mathematics and statistics.
This specialization provides students with theoretical insights and analytical skills in handling business management and challenges in international markets. Central to the program are multinational companies and how they operate. Challenges faced by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) when entering into the international arena will also be discussed.The specialisation provides students with knowledge of how the strategic and operational challenges can be analyzed, for example by developing and implementing relevant strategies, management and marketing practices as well as management systems.The specialisation gives students increased cultural understanding and knowledge of international business, making them well suited for positions in enterprises operating in international markets.
This specialisation requires a high level of knowledge in marketing, organization theory and strategy.
This Study Programme is not open for applicants outside EU/EEA.