An introduction to topics in corporate financial management, including financial markets, time value of money, asset valuation, risk and return, financial analysis and forecasting, capital budgeting, sources, and costs of capital.
- Interpret standard financial statements.
- Perform financial statement analysis
- Evaluate a firm's working capital position.
- Estimate the components of cost of capital by applying time value of money principles.
- Perform net present value analysis for capital budgeting purposes.
- Evaluate risk in the capital budgeting process.
- Evaluate a firm's dividend policy.
Financial executives and managers are much in demand in the banking and financial institutions, Big and small corporate houses, Government and non Government organizations.
Module I: Principles of Management
This module provides with the basic information about main management functions, management prehistory and its theories, basic points of operation, marketing, human resource and financial management. The main aim is to acquire knowledge of management science development, its concept, object, key management functions, and principles of the main fields of organisation's work as an object of management.
- History, Globalization & Ethics of Management
- Personality & Work behaviors
- Mission, Vision & Values
- Strategic Management
- Goals and Objectives
- Organizational Structure and change
- Organizational Culture
- Leading people and organizations
- Decision Making
- Communication in Organizations
- Managing Groups and Team
- Motivating Employees
- Strategic Human Resources Management
Module II: Financial Management
- Introduction to Corporate Finance
- Time Value of Money
- Discounted cash flow valuation
- interest rates and bond valuation
- Stock Valuation
- Cost of Capital
- Capital Market History
- Risk & Return
- Dividend & Payout Policy
- Financial Statements, Taxes & Cash Flow
- Working with financial statements
- Financial planning and growth
- Net present value
- Capital Investment
Content (6 month course) all of the above plus and fee is 560 Euros
Module III: Managerial Accounting
The course introduces the student to the business concepts and methods used to report managerial performance information to internal users and managers to assist in making sound business decisions in managing the firm. This course will help the student to understand the fundamental concepts of managerial accounting.
- Managerial Accounting & Cost Concepts
- System Design
- Cost Behavior
- Cost-Volume-Profit Relationships
- Profit Planning
- Flexible Budgets and Performance Analysis
- Standard Costs
- Segment Reporting and Decentralization
- Relevant Costs for Decision Making
- Capital Budgeting Decisions
Module IV: Personal Finance
A study of personal finance topics from the consumer and societal perspectives.
Topics include the preparation and interpretation of personal financial statements and budgets, the time value of money, personal saving, financial market and investment fundamentals, the effective use of consumer credit, personal bankruptcy, insurance principles, automotive and housing decisions, principles of personal taxation, and retirement planning.
This course will provide students with the concepts and critical thinking skills to understand the effects of financial decisions on individuals, families, and society
High School Certificate
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