Master in Economics and Finance (MEF) is a two-year English-language Master's degree programme, which aims to give the student a thorough grounding in both theoretical and applied economics. Emphasis is put on developing abstract analytical reasoning, which lets the students solve complex economic problems in various settings. Applicants must have solid background in Mathematics and good command of English. Courses are taught both by faculty members of the Institute of Economic Studies (IES) and external professionals from international institutions, central banks and financial industry. Graduates typically assume challenging positions in banking, consulting, investment funds, international financial institutions or they pursue academic career at respected international universities.
Compulsory core courses introduce students to the advanced topics in macroeconomics, microeconomics, financial markets, banking, and econometrics. Elective courses cover a wide range of areas in economics and finance, which lets students specialize in the field of their interest. The elective topics include advanced economic theory (e.g. business cycles theory, DSGE modelling, and game theory), applied economics and economic policy (e.g. monetary economics, international macroeconomics, antitrust economics, health economics, environmental economics, development economics, energy economics, and economics of the EU), theoretical finance (e.g. quantitative finance), and applied finance and investment (corporate finance, portfolio analysis and risk management, company valuation, real estate investment, bank asset and liability management, financial regulation, and international investment protection).
More information about the programme is available at:http://ies.fsv.cuni.cz/en/node/297. Questions can be emailed to: email@example.com or asked at online webinars that take place before the application deadlines and that announced on the program web site.
The open day will take place at the Institute of Economic Studies (IES, Opletalova 26, Prague 1) on 2. 2. 2018 at 9 a.m. and 8. 6. 2018 at 9 a.m.