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Quantitative Asset and Risk Management (ARIMA) - full time master studies

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Code ARIMA2st
Organizational unit School of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies
Form of studies Full-time
Level of education Second cycle
Educational profile academic
Language(s) of instruction English
Duration 2 years (4 semesters)
Recruitment committee address Centrum Nowoczesnych Technologii Informatycznych
ul. Bogucicka 5
40-226 Katowice
rekrutacja@uekat.pl
Office opening hours poniedziałek - piątek 8:00-15:00
Mon - Fri 8.00am - 3:00pm
WWW address https://ue.katowice.pl/kandydaci
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Phase 3 (03.06.2024 00:00 – 30.06.2024 23:59)

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Quantitative Asset and Risk Management (ARIMA) Master’s Degree Program at UE Katowice

ARIMA is a program conducted entirely in English, which in a practical way shows the use of quantitative methods in finance and insurance.

The specialization program emphasizes the practical possibilities of risk measurement and evaluation in every aspect of asset management (both in the financial and insurance markets). A student of this specialization has a unique opportunity to obtain an additional diploma (the so-called double degree) after obtaining at least 30 ECTS at one of the partner universities (University of Bologna, University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna), or 60 ECTS points at the University of Florence.

In addition, thanks to the CFA™ and GARP™ accreditations, the best students can receive subsidies for exams (Chartered Financial Analyst, Financial Risk Manager), while the PRMIA accreditation allows students to pass 1 out of 2 PRM™ (Professional Risk Manager) exams.

Studies delivered only in English

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Fees

Application fee 85 PLN
Fees for Polish, holders of Pole's Card, EU students and others for one semester

2000 PLN [more information about payment]

Fees for foreign students (non-EU students) 6500 PLN [more information about payment]

Qualification rules

Candidates applying for admission to second-cycle studies taught in English are accepted on the basis of an interview. The interview is conducted online via Google Meet. Candidates are informed about the date and result of the interview via the recruitment system.

Candidates who are to be interviewed for admission during the final year of the undergraduate degree program are required to upload in the recruitment system the following documents:

1. a transcript of records from all completed semesters with the used grading scale, and

2. a certificate of the student status that includes, but is not limited to, the following information:

  1. the name of an institution of higher education;
  2. the name of a study program;
  3. the date of commencement and the expected date of completion of studies
  4. name of the degree which will be awarded after completion of the studies. 

Detailed information on the admission process for English-language studies for holders of foreign diplomas is available on our website: Masters degree application process

Undertaking second-cycle studies

If your degree gives access to the next level of higher education also in Poland it gives the right to access education at the corresponding level (second-cycle studies, doctoral school).

Check online how foreign diplomas are recognized in Poland

NOTE:

Diplomas confirming the completion of higher education abroad do not give access to further studies in Poland if:

1.    institutions which issued them or institutions in which the education was provided:

a. were not accredited higher education institutions on the date of issuing the diploma or implemented a study programme which did not have accreditation on the date of issuing the diploma or

b. do not operate within a higher education system of any country or

2.   a higher education programme or its part was implemented against provisions of the country in which the education was provided.