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Title:

BUSINESS CREATIVITY MODULE


ECTS credits:




Lecture hours:

30 hours of workshops with instruction

Study period:

both winter and summer terms

Level:

basic

Location:

Wrocław


Examination:

The assignment consists of the following elements:

  1. Presentation of a creative concept

  2. Written report, including a market research

  3. In-class performance

Language:

English

Prerequisites:

Entrepreneurial spirit / Good communication skills in English

Course content:

The Business Creativity Module is a unique educational proposal in entrepreneurial education, the creation of which was supported by the grant of the European Commission. It was jointly developed by six Partner Universities from: the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Poland, Portugal and Scotland.
The aim of the module is to assist students in bridging process between their specific areas of studies and a workplace through creation of viable entrepreneurial ideas (for a new company, product or service) or a new solutions to social problems, having in mind the European environment.
Students will form multinational creative venture teams with colleagues attending the same course at the same time in other Partner Universities (or, alternatively, on a local basis). Through internet communication and with support of team coaches, groups will identify problems and needs in the European market and develop entrepreneurial solutions.
If you think that this module is different, challenging or even risky, be daring and sign in. You may also visit the web-site of the project www.coeur-module.eu first.

Learning outcomes:

Knowledge

In BCM classes the students will become familiar with such topics as: creativity and innovation, virtual group dynamics, European culture, market research, marketing strategies, presentation techniques and commercialisation models.


Skills

The BCM requires expanding such skills as: team working, pro-activeness, ability to act autonomously, time management and intercultural awareness in order to produce innovative entrepreneurial ideas and make effective presentations.


Competences

The Business Creativity Module is preparing students from all disciplines for self-employment or entrepreneurial responsibility within an enterprise at the European market, and thus contributes to developing their Competence in EuroPreneurship, which is a cornerstone for the COEUR-BCM project.



Contact person:

Dr Tomasz Dyczkowski

phone: +48 71 36 80 512, e-mail: Tomasz.Dyczkowski@ue.wroc.pl



Literature:

The materials prepared exclusively for the Business Creativity Module by the Partner Universities of the COEUR-consortium.

Faculty:

Everyone is invited

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Title:

CONTROLLING

ECTS credits:




Lecture hours:

30 hours of IT workshops with instruction

Study period:

both winter and summer terms

Level:

advanced

Location:

Wrocław

Examination:

The assignment consists of the following elements:

  1. Written reports on two case studies analysed in classes

  2. Application of controlling methods in companies or institutions – a team project

  3. In-class performance

Language:

English

Prerequisites:

Familiarity with fundamental concepts of management, accounting and information technology

Course content:

The course offers a practice-oriented approach to planning, control, co-ordination and reporting problems in an enterprise. It provides participants with necessary knowledge and skills to cope with tasks which controllers or managerial accountants have to face.
The IT-workshops in MS Excel environment with instruction make students acquainted with application of accounting and financial tools in various areas of business activity.

Learning outcomes:

Knowledge

The course makes students familiar with such topics as: 1) Forecasting and planning (integrating financial and non-financial plans); 2) Project management (costing, co-ordination of time schedules and budgets, personal management); 3) Sales analysis (customer profiles, volume- and time-structures of sales); 4) Logistic chain management; 5) Production modelling; 6) Financial monitoring (ratio analysis); and 7) Strategic perspective (long-term investments, balanced scorecard)


Skills

The course helps to acquire such skills as: working with plans; conducting feasibility analysis; applying financial and non-financial ratios; creating evaluation forms and preparing controller’s reports (with appropriate design, data formats and visualisation techniques).


Competences

The Controlling course helps to acquire the competence in economic analysis and reporting, understood as an ability to analyse and follow complex logical relations, and draw and present conclusions in a convincing manner.



Contact person:

Dr Tomasz Dyczkowski

phone: +48 71 36 80 512, e-mail: Tomasz.Dyczkowski@ue.wroc.pl



Literature:

Materials in electronic version will be submitted by the course instructor.
Recommended supplementary reading:

  1. S. M Bragg: Controller's Guide: Roles and Responsibilities for the First Years, Willey: 2005.

  2. S. M Bragg: The Controller's Function: The Work of the Managerial Accountant, Willey: 2011.

  3. Handbook of Budgeting, W. R. Lalli (ed.), Willey: 2003.

  4. N. H. Rasmussen (et al.): Budgeting: Technology, Trends, Software Selection, and Implementation, Willey: 2000.

Faculty:

Everyone is invited

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Title:

Financial Markets

Lecture hours:

15 hrs lectures + 15 hrs - classes

Study period:

Spring

Level:

Basic

Location:

Wrocław

Examination:

Single choice questions test (50%) + presentation (50%)

Language:

English

Prerequisites:

none

Course content:

  1. Introduction to financial markets, the fundamentals of assets valuation (time value of money)

  2. Bond markets

  3. Equity market

  4. Derivatives markets – options

  5. Derivatives markets – forwards and swaps

  6. Foreign exchange market

Learning outcomes:

The aim of this course is to provide an understanding of how financial markets work. Therefore the structure of the markets, the institutions operating within these markets and the pricing of securities will be discussed. After completing the course the students will also posses the basic knowledge about financial engineering.

Contact person:

dr Radosław Kurach

radosław.kurach@ue.wroc.pl


Literature:

Mishkin F.S. (2008), Financial markets and institutions, Prentice Hall, 6 edition.
Internet resources will be also provided.

Faculty:

All

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Title:

Financial Risk Management

Lecture hours:

10 hrs - lectures

Study period:

Fall

Level:

Intermediate

Location:

Wrocław

Examination:

Presentation

Language:

English

Prerequisites:

none

Course content:

  1. Introduction to risk management – definitions, the process of risk management, the types of financial risk (market r., credit r., liquidity r., operational r.)

  2. Measuring the market risk – the sensitivity and distribution based measures, the Value at Risk (VaR) concept.

  3. Using the derivatives in market risk management - options and forwards. The pricing of derivatives.

  4. Fundamentals of credit risk management: measurement and hedging.

  5. Some notable failures in financial risk management: LTCM, Daiwa Bank, Orange Couny, Bankgesellschaft Berlin case studies.

Learning outcomes:

The aim of this course is to provide an understanding of modern techniques for managing financial risks. Therefore, the lecture is based on two pillars. First of all, the selected measures of different types of financial risk will be examined. Secondly, the tools that enable active risk management to receive the desired risk/return profile will be discussed.

Contact person:

dr Radosław Kurach

radosław.kurach@ue.wroc.pl


Literature:

Jorion P. (2006), Value-at-Risk: The New Benchmark for Managing Financial Risk, 2006, McGraw-Hil, 3rd ed.
Mishkin F.S. (2008), Financial markets and institutions, Prentice Hall, 6th ed.
Internet resources will be also provided.

Faculty:

All

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Title:

Portfolio Analysis and Management

Lecture hours:

15 hrs - lectures

Study period:

Spring

Level:

Intermediate

Location:

Wrocław

Examination:

Single choice questions test

Language:

English

Prerequisites:

none

Course content:

  1. Introduction to portfolio theory. Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH). Various method of equity prices analysis (technical a., fundamental a.)

  2. Markowitz theory, Tobin’s theory

  3. Asset pricing models – CAPM and APT

  4. Derivatives in portfolio management

  5. Equity portfolio management – selected practical considerations (passive or active management, foreign assets)

Learning outcomes:

The aim of this course is to provide an understanding of key portfolio management concepts. Therefore the underlying theoretical fundamentals of diversification idea, as well as practical issues in portfolio management like international diversification, the use of derivatives (hedging), benchmarks and performance evaluation will be discussed.

Contact person:

dr Radosław Kurach

radosław.kurach@ue.wroc.pl


Literature:

Elton E.J., Gruber M.J., Brown S.J, Goetzmann W.N. (2009), Modern Portfolio Theory and Investment Analysis, John Wiley & Sons, 9th ed.
Mishkin F.S. (2008), Financial markets and institutions, Prentice Hall, 6th ed.
Internet resources will be also provided.

Faculty:

All

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Title:

European Financial Markets

Lecture hours:

Lectures - 15 h

Study period:

Winter and spring semester

Level:

advanced

Location:

Wrocław

Examination:

Written essay

Language:

English

Prerequisites:

General knowledge about: institutions of the EU, marcoeconomics, finance

Course content:

  1. Structure of financial markets

  2. Functioning of financial markets (practical approach)

  3. Financial system and real economy

  4. Problem of value on financial markets

  5. Problem of liquidity on financial markets

  6. European financial centers

  7. Regulation of financial markets in the EU

  8. Effects of the global financial crisis in the EU

  9. Financial transaction tax


Teaching methods: multimedia presentations, discussion

Learning outcomes:

Students will know structure of the financial markets in the EU, reasons of development of different markets (debt and equity markets). They will also know specialization of different financial centers in Europe. They will be also taught some theoretical issues concerning market stability, liquidity and process of financialisation. Acquired competences: critical assessment of tendencies on financial markets, evaluating best ways of investing on different European financial markets.

Contact person:

Dr Iwo Augustyński, e-mail: iwo.augustynski@ue.wroc.pl;

Literature:

  1. J. Toporowski, “End of Finance: Capital Market Inflation, Financial Derivatives and Pension Fund Capitalism”, Routlegde, London and New York, 2000

  2. J. Grahl, “Global Finance and Social Europe”, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd (28 Dec 2010)

  3. A. Nesvetailova, “Financial Alchemy in Crisis: The Great Liquidity Illusion”, Pluto Press, 2010

  4. http://www.ecb.europa.eu/pub/fsr/html/index.en.html


Students should also monitor current issues in international business by

reading The Financial Times and The Economist

Faculty:

All students

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tak - nazwa przedmiotu: Europejskie Rynki Finansowe

wydział:NE

kierunek:MSG

specjalność:Rynki Europejskie

rok:2 stopień II
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