Studies in the field of Management Accounting provide essential knowledge in the field of accounting, management and corporate finance. This profile of study is especially
recommended for people interested in managerial accounting who plan a career in a medium or large enterprise, especially international, both from the public, private and non-profit sectors. It is a
proposition for those who would like to develop managerial competencies related to making financial decisions, primarily at the operational level, in the entire scope of the company's activities
(project management, costs, taxes, capital structure).
Students will be able to prepare and analyze financial statements, create and control budgets and, based on them, make management decisions. Students will also gain soft marketing, change
management and project management skills. A graduate can further develop in management accounting up to a strategic level. Thanks to the unique combination of analytical and management
competencies, the acquired knowledge will be helpful in almost every branch of the economy, especially in multinational enterprises.
- Financial Management Specialist,
- Chief Financial Officer,
- Financial Reporting Specialist,
- Junior/Senior Financial Analysis and Reporting Specialist,
- Financial Planning and Analysis Manager,
- Performance Management Manager,
- Junior/Senior Reporting Specialist,
- Tax Specialist,
- Business Analyst
Business Analysis and Planning – a specialisation that prepares students to make managerial decisions in an enterprise. The most important areas include bankruptcy forecasting,
company value management or evaluation of investment projects.
Business Accounting – a specialisation deepening knowledge in enterprise accounting. Among others, it covers very interesting areas such as taxation of business activities,
creative accounting and fraud, performance management and control.