Main field(s) of study and in-depth level:
Business Studies A1N
Fail (U), Pass (G), Pass with distinction (VG).
The Department Board
A Bachelor's degree, equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen, from an internationally recognised university. Also required is 90 credits in business studies and 15 credits in statistics. Proficiency in English.
Master Programme in Accounting and Financial Management - specialisation Financial Accouning, Financial Management.
The purpose of this course is to give students broad and deep knowledge of areas relating to funding, accounting and control in financial institutions. The course focusses on the financial sector, its regulations, and how financial institutions are affected by regulations.
After successful completion of the course, the student will be able to understand:
the contextual setting of financial institutions
historical development of the financial sector
the regulations that affect different actors and how and why they have developed
basic financial accounting issues
strategic issues for a financial institution
critical factors of the management control system of a financial institution
This course covers different aspects of the financial sector and its regulations. It also gives insight into the management of financial institutions. The course covers the following areas:
The financial sector
Various reporting frameworks
Strategic issues in financial institutions
Bank management; such as risk management and information systems
The in-class teaching consists of lectures, seminars, written and oral assignments, individual work and group work as well as tutoring. The course is taught in English.
The student will get one single grade, equivalent to 7.5 credits.
The examination consists of exams, assignments and seminars. The grade for the entire course is based on an assessment of all parts of the examination.
Grading criteria are presented in the study guide provided at the beginning of the course. The following grades will be used: pass with distinction (VG), pass (G), and fail (U). Examinations handed in late will not be assessed except under special circumstances. Any remaining supplemental work must be completed and handed in by the deadline specified in the study guide. Otherwise the entire course (all examinations included) must be retaken during subsequent course sections, pending availability of a place in the course.
Uppsala University does not accept cheating or plagiarism. Suspected incidents of cheating or plagiarism are reported to the Disciplinary Committee of the University, which may issue a formal warning to the student or suspend the student from studies for a designated period.
NOTE: Only completed courses can count toward a degree.
The course substitutes for/overlaps 2FE834, 8FE834 Funding, Accounting and Control in Banks.
week 50, 2017
Berger, Allen N.;
Wilson, John O. S.
The Oxford handbook of banking
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