A course refers to a specialized study program. It usually takes place on campus but can be delivered online. Courses are popular for people who want to get specific knowledge in one subject.
The field of finance is centered upon money management at all levels. Finance students often study a broad range of subjects from investment banking to personal financial planning. They may focus on a subfield like accounting or business finance right away, or wait to specialize with a graduate degree.
Latvia has both fee-paying and state-financed higher education. The country has two kinds of higher education courses. These include the academic and professional programs. There are three levels of academic higher education – bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral studies. The climate in the country favors various winter sports and recreation activities such as ice skating, skiing and ice hockey. International students prefer studying in Latvia due to its social life, arts and cultural institutions. The country’s culture is easy to adopt to.
The programme develops students’ ability to successfully in international environment, by majoring in accounting and financial analysis. Our recent experience shows that
The programme develops students’ ability to successfully in international environment, by majoring in accounting and financial analysis. Our recent experience shows that graduates are successfully employed in other sectors as well or set up and lead their own business.
The programme is intended to provide general knowledge on international environment, by involving study courses of International Strategic Management, International Project Management, Information Technologies and Risks, Leadership, Innovation and Creativity, Cultural Negotiations, Business Meets Arts, etc.
The specialised courses in finance involve aspects on Management Accounting and Analysis, Corporate Finance, Investments, Financial Econometrics, Portfolio Management and Wealth Planning. The courses are designed to prepare the students for the CFA exam requirements....