Finance and Law - Compentences
Upon completion of a professional study of Law and Finance, the bachelor’s in economics will have appropriate basic knowledge in the field of law and in the field of economics, basic knowledge in economic mathematics and statistics, as well as knowledge in the field of application of information technology.
The bachelor will also possess a respectable amount of knowledge and skills necessary for successful communication and use of information.
The compulsory professional practice aims to qualify students of Law and Finance for direct inclusion in the world of work.
Active and effective study attending supplies the students with general competence, specific competencies in the field of finance and specific competencies from certain contents of the field of law.
- exchange information, ideas, problems and solutions with professionals and lay people
- adapt to changes in technology and methods of work within lifelong education
- effectively collaborate in project teams and adapt to the demands of the work environment
- understand the impact of the profession on society and the business environment and demonstrate high morality, responsibility, conscientiousness in work and behaviour in accordance with solid ethical principles when solving legal and business problems
- apply the acquired theoretical and practical knowledge and habits in its further professional and academic education
Specific competencies in the field of finance:
- when solving a specific legal and business problem, to synthesize knowledge from several areas of finance and purposefully complement them with knowledge in legal areas
- to thoroughly understand the norms and rules of financial operations and to conduct valid conclusions on relevant facts
Specific competencies in the field of law:
- when solving a particular legal and business problem, to synthesize knowledge from several legal areas and purposefully complement them with knowledge from the economic fields
- to thoroughly understand the legal norms and rules of the legal profession and to conduct valid conclusions on legally relevant facts
- independently address legal problems created by the activities of economic entities, and evaluate the legality of legal affairs and legal acts through the study of appropriate substantive and formal legal regulations, thus successfully implement the adopted theoretical basis
Developed competencies in the field of study will enable graduates of the Professional Law and Finance Study to complete a full range of jobs in the economy and in the public sector.
Legal transactions in companies or individual institutions may vary, depending on the activities of the company or the institution in which they operate. In carrying out the responsibility for managing a wide range of legal issues, both at operational and strategic level, a graduate of the Law and Finance study will conduct and oversee the implementation of all relevant regulations in the fields that the economic entity deals with and will be able to provide operational support in the implementation of all business processes.
The professional Bachelor of Economy is trained to perform the following tasks:
- administrative and non-managerial affairs in the system of state administration and local government and self-government
- accounting operations in banks, savings banks, funds, insurance companies and other financial institutions
- accounting operations in all types of companies and institutions
- broker and dealer transactions on commodity exchanges, securities markets, money markets and services markets (both state and abroad)
- transactions in accounting services
- financial transactions in all types of enterprises and institutions
- jobs in companies that deal with financial consulting, financial analysis, development of business plans and investment projects, etc.
- financial affairs within financial institutions, banks, savings banks, funds, insurance companies and the like
- accounting and finance affairs in the state administration
- all typical legal affairs in companies, institutions, associations, trade unions and other organizations (for illustration purposes, we will list only typical types of jobs: drafting general and individual normative acts – regulations, legal acts, decisions and statutes, performing administrative and personnel tasks from the domain of labour and social law within the sector of general, legal and personnel affairs)
- drafting proposals and business contracts
- registration and status changes in companies and institutions
- advisory legal affairs in ministries or other government bodies
- legal affairs within financial institutions, banks, savings banks, funds, insurance companies and the like
- advisory legal affairs in companies that deal with financial consulting, financial analysis, development of business plans and investment projects, etc.
- advisory services within individual departments within ministries, including administrative and inspection oversight of the area in which a particular ministry and its administrations deal