Financial Management and Services, 3rd semester

Semester Programme

For the exchange student interested in numbers and people

Exchange Progamme

Target Group

Students at degree programmes with a financial aim.

Purpose

The semester aims to give the students a wide variety of skills necessary to perform well in the financial sector.

John Maahr Hansen
John Maahr Hansen International Coordinator
General Information

Teaching Methods

All teaching and counseling is in oral and written English. You will experience a lot of different teaching methods such as lectures, presentations, dialogue, exchange of experiences, group work, independent studies, and portfolio work.

Conditions

In order to complete the module and obtain a certificate, the student has to pass the exams.

Course Description

Activity 1

Type of Activity

Course

Name

International capital markets

ECTS

5

Workload

Approx. 140 hours

Learning Outcome

This course enables students to acquire knowledge of the practice, applied theories and methods of international capital markets, including knowledge of the correlations between the economic development and the capital market developments, and to be able to reflect on the development in these markets.

Furthermore, students will investigate new phenomena, tools and trends in the international world of finance.

 

Activity 2

Type of Activity

Course

Name

Statistics

ECTS

5

Workload

Approx. 140 hours

Learning Outcome

This course aims to enable students to use statistical theory to independently analyse and evaluate issues of a financial, business economic, macro or microeconomic nature.

 

Activity 3

Type of Activity

Course/Project work

Name

Macro economics

ECTS

5

Workload

Approx. 140 hours

Learning Outcome

In the course ‘Macro economics’, students will apply relevant theoretical models to describe, analyse and evaluate economic issues on a macroeconomic level. These issues are economic objectives, income determination, competitiveness, interest and exchange rate formation as well as financial policies. Using theoretical models, students will be able to analyse and evaluate the consequences of supply and demand policies in different exchange rate regimes.

 

Activity 4

Type of Activity

Course

Name

Cultural understanding

ECTS

5

Workload

Approx. 140 hours

Learning Outcome

The course ‘Cultural understanding’ aims to provide students with an understanding of the culture and organisation within a company and to give the students the opportunity to work with the cultural challenges faced when the company's clients (B2B) need to set-up and run a business in a foreign market. Students should be prepared to work in international organisations and collaborate with colleagues from different cultural backgrounds.

 

Activity 5

Type of Activity

Course

Name

Marketing

ECTS

5

Workload

Approx. 140 hours

Learning Outcome

In the course ‘Marketing’ the students learn to apply marketing theories and tools to analyse corporate strategies in order to evaluate the needs of the financial sector’s clients and in this way contribute to generating value for the company.

 

Activity 6

Type of Activity

Course

Name

Organisation

ECTS

5

Workload

Approx. 140 hours

Learning Outcome

The course ‘Organisation’ aims to provide students with knowledge about organisational concepts, methods and tools, enabling the students to apply these to organisations and their practical circumstances. In addition, the programme element will help students acquire knowledge of their own placement in an organisation, including the ability to independently join professional and multidisciplinary collaborative efforts and competently contribute to establishing the best possible working environment in financial companies.

Examination

Is currently under review, but the courses contains both written and oral exams.