Since the academic year 2006/07, the Faculty has been organizing the new, Master Programmes in accordance with the hitherto reforms of its Undergraduate Studies. These programmes last one year and upon their completion students obtain 60 ECTS points (previous magisterium programmes lasted two years). After two cycles of the studies – Undergraduate and Graduate (Master), students gain 300 points, which is in conformity with the modern European practice.
Structure, Objectives and Aims of the Master Studies
The master studies at the Faculty of Economics provide 60 ECTS credits, after a student has acquired 240 ECTS credits at bachelor level. The study program subjects provide 45 ECTS credits, while the final master paper counts as 15 ECTS credits.
A course content is relevant to future careers. Our courses are designed to be very flexible. The program structure fully follows the contemporary trends in the teaching process, thus ensuring an appropriate degree of electiveness. At the same time, the methods used in the teaching process are modern (the inclusion of students, encouragement of critical thinking, solving concrete problem – case study method and the like) and ensure the acquisition of appropriate competencies and academic skills in accordance with the study program and module.
The master studies at the Faculty of Economics represent the second-degree education of academic masters in economics and masters in management for the specific fields. Students acquire general and course-specific knowledge, as well as necessary academic skills (analytical, numeracy, information and communication). Masters acquire appropriate competencies and qualifications for performing complex jobs at different levels of decision making in firms, banks, government, central bank and the like. At the same time, masters provide knowledge needed for further education at the doctoral level.
The basic aim of all master programs is to educate appropriate professionals in a specified field at the master level, thus being qualified for complex and managerial jobs in the economy, as well as for inclusion in scientific research. We aim for postgraduates with an understading and ability to apply knowledge, therefore, our courses are «applied» with a strong vocational emphasis. The program enables the acquisition of knowledge and mastery of skills required for the performance of very complex managerial and analytical jobs in different fields.
Faculty of Economics organizes 8 Master Programmes in Serbian
1. Economic Analysis and Policy
2. Accounting, Auditing and Business Finance
3. Banking and Financial Management
4. Economic Policy and Development
5. Business Management
– Module: Strategic Financial Management
– Module: Human Resource Organization and Management
– Module: Marketing Management
– Module: International Business Operations
– Module: Business Communications and Public Relations
– Module: Sales and Supply Chain Management
– Module: Tourism Management
6. Quantitative Analysis
– Module: Actuarial Science
– Module: Demography
– Module: Econometrics
– Module: Informatics
– Module: Operational research
– Module: Statistics
7. International Economics
8. Energy Economics and Management
2 Master Courses in the English Language
– Macroeconomics of Transition Economies EF – Sophia Antipolis Nice
– International Master in Quantitative Finance – IMQF
Entry Reqirments for Master Studies
The Faculty welcomes application from all those interested in furthering their education.
The master studies are available for candidates who have completed a four-year bachelor academic program (240 ECTS), after testing their knowledge relevant to the study program.
Candidates holding foreign degrees need to have their degrees recognized by the University of Belgrade in order to apply and be admitted.
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